Parish Town Historical Society

P.O. Box  145

Parish, New York      13131






On N Railroad St. Franklin G Ludington operated a feedmill, it was sold to W.C. Richards, and was last operated by H & H Feed Mill. The building still stands today and is owned by Hadwin Fuller III.  The barn that stood across the road was a part of the feedmill operations.  When the barn came down a few years back, Ken Henderson was able to rescue some of the lumber before it was burned. 

Ken Henderson crafted a 32 inch double tiered bench from this late 1800ís barn wood and has donated it to the PTHS for a raffle.  Members are selling tickets: $1 each or 6 for $5. The bench is shown at the Parish Farmer's Markets with chances available on Saturdays  July 12 - Aug. 9 The drawing will take place in the late afternoon at the  Parish Olde Home Days on August 9.

bench built and donated by Ken Henderson








Steve Stelmashuck, Ken Henderson, Fred Swartz and Evelyn Stelmashuck, president of PTHS

AND the winner is .....    Mr. Fred Swartz















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Mary Lou Guindon   Parish, NY   13131