"ah...in that range of years, it would not be him...as he was born in 1923. My Dad as a "shutter-bug" and loved taking photos and film and my mom loved saving keepsakes of times and events. I will keep the Historical Society in…"
"Hi there. I was poking around the internet on "Milltown", wound up over here...clicking on the photos and there it was...a photo of Findon's Tavern! Those folks were my aunt and uncle. Then clicking thru more photos and suddenly,…"
Did your parents/ grandparents live in Milltown? If so, what were their names?
All Paternal Grandparents
Parents - Edward and Joyce Harto (Ford Ave) 1932 - 1938, 1959 - 2002(W. Joffre Ave)
Grandparents - John and Emma Harto (Ford Ave) 1927 - 1938
Greatgrandfather - Steven (Istvan) Harto (N. Main St) 1905 - 1967
About Me:- Tell us about yourself
Born in South Amboy, and lived in Milltown all my life. Attended Milltown Public Schools, and EB Vo-Tech. Member of the Milltown Fire Dept since 1979 and served as Chief twice. Member of the Sons of the American Legion, Post 25, Milltown Historical Society, and served on the Milltown Centennial Committee. Served on the Borough Council from 2008 to 2010
I have always been interested in Milltown History and collecting Milltown Memorabilia, Postcards and Photographs. I was responsible for collecting most of the photographs used in the "Images of Milltown" book. I recently aquired 30+ pictures from the Michelin Tire Co. in France. These pictures show the early stages of construction of most of the Building on Ford Ave.
That sounds amazing!
If I remember correctly, its pretty easy. Click on the add video on your page, and you probably copy and paste in the embed code from the youtube video which you have open in another window. I'll let you try it, and if you have trouble, let me know and I'll put it up
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