Many of the transcriptions found here are now in published form. They have been published by the Orange County Genealogical Society (in Goshen, New York). Volume 3 includes my Volume 3 and Volume 5. Volume 4 includes my four parts of New Milford history. There is a planned Volume 5, which will include my Volumes 6, 7, and 8, Part 1, which is about 250 transcriptions. They can be purchase through the Genealogical Society. Just Google them and print out the order form. Or they can be purchased from the Warwick Historical Society. They are also on sale at the gift shop at Baird's Tavern. I would like to thank the Genealogical Society and Dan Burrows for their efforts. Started a new blog for images of Warwick. Go to:

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

This is a recently purchase post card. It is postally used and post marked 1906.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

This is a recently acquired post card. It is postally used and post marked 1912. You are looking north up Main Street from the intersection of Oakland Ave. and West St.

This is a recently acquired post card. It was postally used and is post marked 1913.

This is a recently acquired photo. According to Days Gone By, H. F. Morley had a photographic studio on the corner of West street. He worked there from 1882+. If anyone has a clue who this might be, let me know.

Monday, March 15, 2010

New Milford School Class Photos

The Orange County Genealogical Society has published Volume 4 of the Warwick Historical Papers. There is a problem with the class photos from the New Milford School. They did not print too well. So, I am putting them on this site.

Much Work Published

I have been researching, writing articles, and doing many transcriptions from Warwick's two local papers for a number of years. Of course, at first, it was just a few, but as time went on it become many. At this point, I thought it might be a good idea to put this material in a more permanent form. I called Dan Burrows, a member of the Orange County Genealogical Society, who was instrumental in publishing the Warwick Historical Papers, Volumes 1 & 2. He was interested in the project and spent his time and talents on reformatting my work into a form that could be published economically. He managed to do this and the Gen. Society underwrote the publishing costs. I thank Dan Burrows and the Gen. Society for their efforts. They are truly interested in local history.

Dan took my Volume 3 and my Volume 5 and combined it into Warwick Historical Papers, Volume 3. He then took my Volume 4, Parts 1 - 4, and made it Volume 4. Volume 4 is quite concerned with the the hamlet of New Milford, which is where I was raised.

Both Volume 3 and Volume 4 are now published and are available from: The Orange County Genealogical Society, 101 Main Street, Goshen, NY 10924.