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05/27/2018

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Great, informative website about the area we love. As a work in progress, we can't wait to see what new nuggets of info are unearthed about Delaware County.

 

 

 

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05/27/2018

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Hello, my name is William F. Horn e mail address is virbil@yahoo.com. I am interested about my home history. 442 South Ave. Holmes Pa 19043

 

 

 

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05/23/2018

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Thank you so much for all of your efforts to make historical information available to the public. I have been researching the history of family members in Media and in the Wallingford orphanage. Your directory and business lists have been very helpful.

Alison Evans (toscaxyz@gmail.com)

 

 

 

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04/27/2018

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Looking for photos of the transition between horse drawn and motorized transportation, I happened upon this interesting Web site and the photos of the Trolly lines. Esp. liked the 1890 No. 13 of the Union railway in Chester Co.

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PS Butler
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04/26/2018

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Descendant of William Hart of Edgmont. Who died about 1829. Wife Pheobe Woollas, daughter of Nicholas. Looking for information.
lafinken@aol.com

 

 

 

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04/18/2018

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My parents moved from Chester to Milmont Park in 1951 when I was a baby. We lived on Forest Avenue, a half block from the fire house. My parents raised 6 girls and 1 boy in that house. My mother and 2 sisters were in a very serious car accident in May of 1968 when there car went through the overhead B&O railroad bridge on Haverford Road and dropped on to the tracks. My mother (age 39) had a spinal cord injury and remained a paraplegic for the rest of her life. We had a house built in Glen Mills and moved into it in 1973.

I now live in Wilmington, Delaware, but I am still a Ridley Girl at heart. I still have family living in the Ridley area and love going back to see what changes have taken place. I try to keep up to date with changes also on the Delco Memories website. I had the best childhood growing up in Ridley, and wouldn’t trade it for anything!

Pat Melinchuk Foster

 

 

 

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04/10/2018

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Great website!!!!

Go PHILS

 

 

 

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04/08/2018

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A great resource for research and just an enjoyable read for those of us interested in the origins of this area.

 

 

 

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04/06/2018

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Thanks for you website! I have a question for you. I was wondering if you knew of any Native American history in Tinicum - treaties, battles, settlements - even if it involved settlers, or even what the relationship between the earliest settlers and the Lenape and other tribes in this area were like. Any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks!

dkennedy@newdestinyofphilly.com

 

 

 

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04/06/2018

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Thanks for you website! I have a question for you. I was wondering if you knew of any Native American history in Tinicum - treaties, battles, settlements - even if it involved settlers, or even what the relationship between the earliest settlers and the Lenape and other tribes in this area were like. Any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks!

 

 

 

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