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Re: Righters Montgomery Co. PA 1694 on
Posted by: Henry Lindenmeyr (ID *****7967) Date: May 12, 2004 at 15:31:26
In Reply to: Re: Righters Montgomery Co. PA 1694 on by Jacqui Righter Baylis of 135

my name is Henry Lindenmeyr, and in 1934 my father bought John Righters house, the millers house at 31 Righters Mill Road in Gladwyne. the mill was gone by then, but the foundation was still visable. Walter Durham redesigned the house in '34. the main house still exists, and I have a photograph of it before the restoration, if anyone is interested. I believe the original house was built in the late 1700's and a very historic road lies just below in buried under a foot or so of sod. Supposedly the first road west of Phila., and layed down in cobblestone

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