Archive for June, 2010


Summer Break for Students

June 29, 2010

Congratulations to all Marlboro High School 2010 Graduates and Happy Summer Break!

This is a picture of bus time at the Marlboro Central High School during the 1940s. It is from the Dalby/Lyons collection of our Library’s archives.


WWI Monument in Marlboro

June 14, 2010

This monument was unveiled on Memorial Day, 1922 and is located in front of the Billesimo Real Estate Building in the center of town. The tablet itself is Bronze. The names on this monument are the names of those who served from Marlborough, NY in WWI. They are as follows:  Antonio Amodeo, Bertha C. Baildon, John K. Baildon, James A. Barry, Victor M. Baxter, Walter H. Baxter, Walter S. Betts, Robert J. Canniff, John F. Casey, Benjamin Chillura, Gabriel Ciamihette, William H. Clark, William J. Conn, Melvin Coutant, Elting Crosby, James O. Crowley, Edward Dowling, Chester A. Gaede, Joseph W. Greaves, Ingham J. Grimley, Louise Haberle, C. Burton Harthorn, C. Gordon Hughes, Fred D. Hulse, Fred Kniffen, William Kniffen, Louis R. Lyons, Frank Lockwood, H. Worden Lockwood, Charles Marano, Vincent Marano, William H. Masten, Duncan Monroc, Edward McCarthy, Matthew McCourt, George McElrath, Edward McGowan, Joseph McGuire, John M. McLaughlin, Peter McMullen, Elmer Nelson, Harry Ogden, Clarence Polhamus, Allen H. Purdy, Orville J. Purdy, Harry Rhodes, Ruth Riggs, Constantine Robson, Charles E. Ryan, John Santinello, Ray L. Schoonmaker, J. Fred Schoonmaker, Alfred H. Shortt, Oscard A. Shortt, Abraham Smith, John Steffens, Louis E. Steinbach, Donald D. Strope, Frederick R. Strope, Charles D. Taylor, Perry Tschupp, Amodeo Valicenti, Anielle Vanacore, Burton Warren, George E. Warren, J. Calvin Wygant Jr., Marion Wygant. In Memory of: George Burrows, Charles W. Viebey


2010 Memorial Day Parade in Milton, NY

June 9, 2010

Creating a Family Tree

June 7, 2010

A family tree is a treasure that will last for generations. It is also a great gift idea. (Father’s Day is approaching.) The website, is very helpful. If you click on the link, “get started” located under “start your own family history” on their main webpage, then you can access free printable fill-in-the-blanks family tree charts.