×

Warning

Only registered users may add new posts, please login

For 12 or 13 years starting in 2000, the web site Milfordpictures.com collected some great pictures of our hometown.  One feature of the web site was a guestbook where people who visited could leave comments.  Though this is no longer an active guestbook, the information contained had so many entries and so many names and memories that we thought it would be a good piece of Milford History.  Enjoy!

John A Burns ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Great Link.
Still keeping in touch with a few classmates from the class of 48
Now living in Columbus OH (since usaf retirement in 1971)
I go back every 2-3 years to get yankee-ized.Will answer e/mail from anybody

HJB

Monday, 30 November -0001
jed coughlin ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
wonderful pics. that brought back some nice memories of an adventure my cousin and i had one saturday afternoon in milford in the late 50's. i was 5, he was 12. he was supposed to get his haircut but that never happened. we ended up being locked inside of the white elephant store while all th elocal and state cops were looking for us. after helping ourselves to whatever penny candy we felt like my cousin found a phone and finally called the cops to let them know we had been locked in. what a great place that was!! am also happy to have contributed the pictures i have of the fire at the white horse inn

Monday, 30 November -0001
Judy Morrissey ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Great site! Just bought the pictorial history book today and found the website info there.
I've lived in Milford since '94 and rented for a short time in a great antique brick home
on Amherst St. (used to be the Red Eye Tavern, so I'm told) I loved seeing all the photos
of the other old places - too bad so many of them were lost to fire or progress . Thanks
for sharing!

Monday, 30 November -0001
Irene L Grugnale Bowen ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
HI Milford,What a beautiful site! I really enjoyed it.It's like going home again. I now reside in Kansas would
Brought me back to many good times with special friendthat is now deceased Nancy Valliierfrom Wolfer Rd like hearing from any one that remembers me. Drop a line.

Monday, 30 November -0001
Gail Silva ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
I got this site from Ed Herrick Romney and I sent it on to Billy Trentini, and my Silva brothers and sister. Thanks

Monday, 30 November -0001
Beth Mammola-Koravos ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Was clicking around to see some spots in New Hampshire for a
vacation with Hubby and three daughters. Was so happy to see
such a wonderful site.

Beth Koravos

Monday, 30 November -0001
Tanya ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
I was wondering if anyone had any information about The Burns House.Looking for a picture of the haunted house.Thanks

Monday, 30 November -0001
Brian S Grugnale ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Hello To Class Of 83,84 Miss Home Been 20 Years Thank God BlessingsIn Life.

Monday, 30 November -0001
cj
Looking for local historians!
I have some furniture of my father's.
made by French & Heald, New Hampshire. maple.
I have read that the funiture co. burned down in 1891.
Did they re-build?The style of this furniture looks to be from the 50's.
Is this possible?
cj

Monday, 30 November -0001
Ann O'Doherty
Hey there very interesting, I'm from Ireland

Monday, 30 November -0001
Richard W. Kimball ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Hey Chris!
Your Milford website looks great. I like the new look. It's easier to get around in now. My son Dan has a friend in Tucson who wanted to see your website. Maybe you'll see more entries in your guestbook. Take care!!

Monday, 30 November -0001
edward Herrick romney ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
We live in New Mex now. Graduated Milford HS in 1950. This site is a good one and I have been glad to be able to contribute a few pictures.

Monday, 30 November -0001
Dave Severns ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Hello, I am the son of Leona Philbrick Vallier, grandson of
Walter and Vi Philbrick. I enjoy coming to the site and
seeing the great pictures. It really brings my home town back
to me. I have allready seen some old Pictures of my Uncle
Ron(Ron Philbrick) Id never seen before, on this site. Thank
you very much. I look forward to seeing new pictures every
month as more and more people become aware of this truly fun
site to visit.

Monday, 30 November -0001
Peggy O'Neil ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Graduated from Milford Area Senior High in 1981. Now live in Lunenburg, MA. My folks and grandparents all grew up in Milford. I'm sure they would remember alot of these places as they were. Thanks for the great site. Very interesting!

Monday, 30 November -0001
Bobby J. Marler ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Hi, Chris,
Very interesting website. My wife Marjie (Kimball) is your
second cousin.She remembers great times playing with your father
as a child but hasn't seen him in a long time.

Sincerely,
BJ Marler
Albuquerque, NM

Monday, 30 November -0001
John A Burns ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Hi Milford,
I live in NY & my family (BURNS) come from Milford.
John Burns (7 generations ago)was an original settler
of Milford in 1782. I am also related to the Bartlett,
Hutchinson, Jones, Mills, Peabody, Putnam, Stearns &
Smith families. Please E-mail if you would like to
share information.

Monday, 30 November -0001
Ann Emerson-Knott ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
seeking information on Charles S. Emerson and his brother Harry Emerson who it seems donated the land for Emerson Park in Milford, NH. I believe I am related to them and want to find birth and death dates and other vital stats.

Monday, 30 November -0001
Gayle Lorden Wade ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
What a great idea. I was born and raised in Milford and have nothing but the most fond memories of Milford. I grew up there in very safe times, in the 50's. I used to walk my baby sister to Jims Store every day after school. I'll never forget the penny candy section. My sister suggested that we put a picture of Lorden Lumber (my father and his brothers company) on line. We still have it. Dave Nichols and I live in the same town of Durham and only recently discovered it. I went to school with him. Thanks for the memories.

Monday, 30 November -0001
Win & Judy Kittredge ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Great Idea.Been Milford residents for many years. Now in Canaan, Vt.Still love Milford history.

Monday, 30 November -0001
Leona Philbrick Vallier ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
What an impressive site.Great work, and I enjoy the walks down memory lane.Thankyou

Monday, 30 November -0001
Kitt Stimson ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Very interesting photos. They brought back many pleasant memories - nostalgia time. I was born in Milford, NH and, during the late 40s and early 50's, attended Milford's Junior and Senior High Schools.

I recognized many of the people in Ed Romney's photos - were we ever so young looking? The photos of gone-by buildings are a real treasure - French & Healds, The White Elephant Shop, The Milford Inn, etc.

It is great that you have created this website. Thanks for your efforts.

I currently reside in Fort Washington, MD - a suburb SE of Washington, DC.

Monday, 30 November -0001
judy mccormack pearcy ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Great website!! I grew up in Milford and ejoy walking down memory lane. Great idea

Monday, 30 November -0001
Ralph&Barbara Taylor ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Ilive in Milford all my life and i like seening all the old pictures keep up the good work

Monday, 30 November -0001
Marcelle Oneail ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
What a wonderful site.we own Humble Pie, in the exact location of the old White Elephant.
and have been looking for some good old pictures of our location to hang in the store.
Milford was and is a beautiful town, you should some day publish a book of
old Milford pictures.just pictures and their description.what a great
gift for the locals!! Thank you!!

Monday, 30 November -0001
Jim Kelley ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Great site and content. Became aware through the Telegraph article last evening.

Suggestion and my pet peeve: When older photos are shown, it is always even more enjoyable when current occupant is identified. For example, the Hayward Farm photo. I think it is Agway, but am not postitive.

We've been in area since 1971. I wish I had taken before and after photos -- after construction, it is so hard to remember what was there.

Keep up the great work!!

Monday, 30 November -0001
Van Eresian ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Great! Well worth several tries to access photos today; interesting and impressive. Publicity = popularity must have slowed site. We're working (volunteers) on similar project in Hollis: old & new photos, written history, GPS'd sites, maps, documents, & sound files all linked. The time involved: variety of material & getting permissions of all property owners to be in this section of Hollis Town web site means we're not quite up & running yet. Many congrats to you on your site & its growing contribution. Also to Milford on its Main Street Award & achievements. Isn't it fun finding all these treasures? Relatives of Nevins and Monson may be interested in Sargent Museum's archeological study of 2nd Wm. Nevins homestead, still in Monson but E of Monson Ctr. - part of our survey; our two towns are connected!.

Monday, 30 November -0001
John (Jack) Kiernan ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
Great website!!! Th memories of growing up in Milford
during the 40s and 50s start to fade over the years.
The pictures help bring it all back. Keep up the good work.

Jack and Helen(Archambault) Kiernan

Monday, 30 November -0001
Timothy Ross ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
.

Monday, 30 November -0001
Raymond Covey ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
I now live in Virginia,at one time I did live in Milford and worked for Draper Chevrolet.

Monday, 30 November -0001
roger lafleur ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )
I lived in nashua for 36 years, born there and went to school there
and now for the last 26 years i have lived in Mena Ark. i drove truck
thru Milford hundreds of time and loved that town, like seeing pictures
of the oval as it was, sure brings back menories, i read the telegraph
on line everyday, thanks for some memories.
Roger Lafleur

Monday, 30 November -0001
 
Powered by Phoca Guestbook