Sunday, February 28, 2010
Saturday, February 27, 2010
Friday, February 26, 2010
FROM DON NUGENT MARCH 2; SORRY I COULDN'T SEND THIS TO ELEANOR AS YOU REQUESTED DON, I SEEM TO HAVE LOST ELEANOR'S EMAIL ADDRESS WHEN VERIZON NUKED MY COMPLETE EMAIL CONTACT DIRECTORY. TRUSTING THAT SHE OR A CLASSMATE WILL PICK UP THIS MESSAGE:
THIS FROM ELEANOR GUEAR:
Tom - Thanks so much for the Reunion announcement! I DID NOT know that you would include pictures! I'll keep you posted on our plans
Thank you, John. I will visit www.homesteadishome.org. I hope you return to www.glover320 often.
This From Pat Wilkes:
As a former Trentonian, it was fun checking out this website and blogs. It really brought back many happy memories especially now since we're preparing for our 50th Hamilton High School West reunion. My high school days were the best of my life.
(Thanks, Pat; my school years were also a very important part of my life.)
This from Bob Chianese:
I just hooked up with your blog from a member of our 50th reunion committee-we're meeting in Hamilton this June.
I used to have call WA2AXE and remember the Trenton Sunday morning gang on 75 meters: my ham mentors were Gat, Zol, and Steve QJO. I had a Cal call sign many years (WA6LCC) until I forgot to renew my license at the 10 year renewal! I'm studying for a new General but it's hard.
I'm a retired university English prof. and look forward to our HHS reunion this summer. My wife is from Trenton High, also class of 1960.
(Many thanks for visiting Glover320, Bob. I hope you return often)
Thursday, February 25, 2010
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
(Type in a key word and click on the magnifying glass)
With the former archives listing way down at the bottom of the home page, many newcomers to this site didn't realize that there are HUNDREDS of other earlier entries on this blog, dating back to November, 2005, all available by a simple click on a given month.
THANKS FOR VISITING; I HOPE YOU RETURN OFTEN.
Ralph Lucarella has left a new comment on your post "1938: PLANNING A DANCE FOR IMMACULATE CONCEPTION B...":
Hi Tom: That is a nice photo of my friend Art Holland. We were teamates on the Southards baseball team at that time. His brother Joe, also in the photo, was a County Freeholder and of course Art became one of the better mayors for the city of Trenton. They were living on Tyler Street at that time and joined other Chambersburg people in sharing political problems of the area. Best regarda
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Name: James Anderson ge in 1860: 62
Birth Year: about 1798
Birthplace: New Jersey
Home in 1860: Hamilton, Mercer, New Jersey
Post Office: Trenton
James Anderson 62
Thirza Anderson 55
Hezekiah A Anderson 35
Matilda Anderson 33
Adaline A Anderson 31
Mary J Anderson 29
Caroline Anderson 26
Aaron Anderson 24
Ellen A Anderson 22
Charles C Anderson 20
George A Anderson 19
Thirza Anderson 17
Louisa R Anderson 13
Phebe C Allen sister of Thirza 52
There were more Anderson's in Hamilton also: Original Farm Sold in 1874 eventually to Greenwood Cemetery Assn.
Monday, February 22, 2010
IF YOU GO TO THE "SEARCH BLOG" LINK IN THE UPPER LEFT OF THIS BLOG YOU WILL FIND THE GENESIS OF THE JAMES MOSES SCHOOL. Type in Moses School and you will find many entries, along with an 1890's architect's rendering of the school.
- No meetings during the months of January and February.
- The December meeting is a Wassail Party Open House from 2 to 4 P.M. at the John Abbott II House. A truly festive and very enjoyable Christmas event.
- The June meeting is held on the lawn of the John Abbott II house on Kuser Road, weather permitting. If inclement weather, the meeting reverts to the Hamilton Township Public Library meeting room.
Membership in the Society is as follows:
Single: $10.00 annually
Family: $15.00 annually
Checks made payable to:
Historical Society of Hamilton Township,
P.O. Box 1776,
Hamilton, NJ 08620
You must carry it with you or you find it not."
Saturday, February 20, 2010
Coach Walt Krichling was on the THS faculty in the 60s, and on the football staff with Coach Pat Clemons and Coach Bob Callahan
Friday, February 19, 2010
Ralph is a senior who is a local treasure with memories that he has of the era of the 30's and upward.
Ralph: Your comments add valuable first person experiences and are very much appreciated.
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Two years before I was born, that local institution of learning that my generation knew of as "State Teachers' College" was being built over in Ewing Township. My only contact with that august institution was way back in 1952 when I decided that I would like to attend the school and get a teaching degree majoring in history. Sadly. the $900 annual tuition plus text books was too much for the very limited Glover family budget and I had to find work to help the family add to the budget. To this day I regret that those moneys weren't available. As it turned out, I ended up spending over 40 years in in a dead end "mom and pop" job selling bearings and industrial machine parts which ultimately ended up in a "Chapter 11" bankruptcy as the two principals retired and turned the business over to their sons
NOTE: A VERSION OF THIS ARTICLE AND PHOTO WAS PUBLISHED BACK IN JULY 2007 (?). I HAVE DELETED THAT GRAPHIC, RE-FORMATTED IT, AND AM RE-POSTING IT HERE. I HAVE ALSO COPIED AND PASTED TOM REED'S ADDED INFO ON THE OLD NORMAL SCHOOL WHICH WAS A COMMENT ON THE ORIGINAL JULY POST..
Tom Reed Miami FL