(last updated 4/19/17)
Here is the section about Walworth from Landmarks of Wayne County
The Walworth United Methodist Church was recently added to the National Register of Historic Places. Here is the application that was filed.
Here are some stories from past newsletters that we think you may enjoy reading.
Box in the Farmhouse Attic- Nov 2011 – about the Wignalls
3/25/17 – Martha Lynch said “Hi… I just read the historical piece about the Wignall’s. Having lived in their “new house” for almost 35 years, we can attest to the love with which it was built. The story told by Virginia Wignall is a testament to the love the Wignall’s had for Walworth, their family and community.”
Don’s IGA building- Feb 2011 – This building is now the Walworth Post Office (and more)
Cheesemaking – We’ve had 4 stories on this topic:
Interviews by Dawn Russell
In 2015, Dawn joined our Newsletter Team. Her interest was doing interviews and writing stories about those interviews. Below are the ones she has done to date. Each has been published in our newsletters.
Gladys E. VanHaneghem memories- July 2015 – interview with Ruth Reybrouck
Misc. “Stuff” that you MIGHT want to know.
A list of Town Supervisors from 1855 to the Present – Walworth Town Supervisors update
Each year the Walworth Historical Society Board of Trustees selects an individual, couple or group that has made a significant contribution to our community for a “Community Service Award.” In recent years, that award is presented at our Annual Meeting held at the Lodge in Ginegaw Park. This is usually are largest meeting of the year. A list of award recipients can be seen Walworth HS Community Service Awards by clicking on the link.
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