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Ancestry Tour

Springfield and Westhampton, MA
July 11, 2010


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Entrance to Hillcrest Park cemetery in Springfield.
G & G's grave is about 100 feet ahead of the car on the right side.

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Inside the cemetery gate.

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Obelisk marking the Masonic section of the cemetery.
G & G's grave is about 50 feet to the left.

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G & G's marker. All markers in the cemetery are like this one - no raised headstones.

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Church at center of Westhampton.

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Churchyard.

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From churchyard looking west.

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Another view of church.

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From churchyard looking northeast. A new library under construction.

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From chuchyard looking southwest. Old library.

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Old library entrance.

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The church stands at the center of town on the highest point. The entrance faces due south.

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A Veteran's Memorial park on the church grounds.

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From churchyard looking southeast. Mt. Tom in distance.

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From churchyard looking east down Stage Street.
South Street goes off to right. G & G's old house is about 1/4 mile down on left.

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Yard at G & G's Westhampton house. The landscaping is first class.

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Nobody was home, so I could only get a quick view from the driveway.
The pictures don't begin to convey the charm.

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G & G's Westhampton house at 14 South Street.
Many modifications - all first class (actor George Peppard's money, I discovered).
Addition in back doubled first floor. Shed roof on second level doubled bedroom area.
Extended roof over front stoop makes a nice little porch. Date on door says 1790.

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Directly across the street from #14 South St. looking north up hill toward church. The gold house belongs to the parents of the people in the house out of view to the left. Loud families, both. Notice how a recent widening and paving of the road makes a jog at the gold house. I guess you don't mess with the Louds in Westhampton. Interestingly, the widening actually added 15 feet to the road clearance at #14. It used to be only 3 feet from the road!

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Landscaping on right side of driveway.

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Westhampton cemetery, about a mile from the house.
This is great great great grandfather Henry's stone.

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Great great grandfather Festus' stone.
Replaced within the last couple years by ??
This is the first stone on the left as you enter the cemetery.

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Great grandfather Worthington's and great grandmother Frances's stone.
It's in a different plot from Henry and Festus.
Great Uncle Harry and his wife (2nd?) are also here to the left.

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Uncle Harry, 1880 - 1963.

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Worthington's stone (left center) showing Uncle Harry and wife Ethel's flat markers to the left.

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Older part of cemetery.

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Looking toward newer part of cemetery.

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The End

I forgot to take a picture of Outlook Farm, the only business in town.
It's one of those places where you could gain 17 pounds a minute
on their home-made sandwiches, pies, ice cream, etc.


The End

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