See if you can find your Grandparents or Great Grandparents(Taken around 1945 or so) First Row (seated, L. to R.): Nina Richards (trumpet), Mary Jane Behnk (Clarinet), Don Moose (trumpet), Richard DeMott (Tuba), Harry Clark (trombone), Robert Kohls (trombone), [unknown girl]Second/Third Row (L. to R.): [unknown majorette], Marion Roeser (clarinet), Rosemary Bean (trumpet), Allen Meyers (saxophone), Eileen Swartz (trumpet), Jack Rhode (snare drum), Grace Connor (bass drum), Don DeMott (snare drum), Hans Stover (trumpet), Albert Vollmer (drums), John Miller (trumpet), Fernley White (trumpet), Eugene Taylor (trumpet), Bill Behnk (trumpet), Donald Bock (trumpet), Shirley Faugh (majorette)Back Row (L. to R.): James Richards (flute), Shirley Edwards (clarinet), […]
Sunday, November 4th, 2:00 pm Rush Methodist Church 6200 Rush-Lima Road Starring – John Webster, Colonel Markham, Peter Myers, Elizabeth Myers, Peter Price, Julia Wilbur, Jacob Galentine, Barbara Schinster Smith, Al Mattern, Bessie Hallock and a long-suffering Rush Teacher. Channeled by – Gerry Kusse, Dan Woolaver, Hal Carter, Elise Carter, Dan Chase, Bonnie Meath Lang, […]
Monday, October 15th, 7 pm. Udicious Pavilion. Rush resident and professor emeritus at Rochester Institute of Technology’s National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Dr. Harry Lang, will talk about his recently published book entitled: Fighting in the Shadows: The Untold Story of Deaf People in the Civil War. Dr. Lang has authored or co-authored nine books about […]
Rush Days at the Genesee Country Village and Museum are this weekend, July 28th and 29th. There will be docents in each of the three buildings that were originally located in Rush. The Rush buildings are a schoolhouse, Saddler Dan Hart’s house from North Rush and the Kiefer house that was located at the 390 […]
We are looking for your Rush memories and stories! It’s important that we preserve the memories and stories of those who live or lived in Rush. These stories matter and will be important for future generations to read and appreciate what life in Rush was like in an earlier time. Please consider sharing your stories […]
The Barn Building Legacy of J. T. Wells and Sons: John Talcott Wells, Sr., was a native of Wheatland, NY. Without formal training as an architect, J.T. Wells, Sr. patented the arched truss barn design system in 1889. The J. T. Wells and Sons Company may have built about 200 barns, primarily in Western New York, […]
Be careful with that cannon! You’ll shoot your eye out!
$10.00 Saturday, June 2, 2018 10 am – 4 pm Includes first floor tours of six historic Rush homes, three Rush Churches and five homes for outside viewing only. Tour tickets are limited to 200. Tickets can be purchased online, in person at the Rush Town Hall or by mail to the Rush Town Hall, […]
Mrs. Barbara Schinster Smith was a beloved member of the Rush community. As a young woman, she worked and cared for the family of Morris Darrohn. She was loved by the children in town and appreciated by mother’s and their families for all that she did to help so many. Barbara was born in 1852 […]
William Euler, son of Ennis Euler was born in August of 1867. He died on November 13th 1936 in Rush, NY. He married Anna Reitz in 1895. She was born in August of 1866. She died on June 28, 1931 in Rush, NY. William had a brother Walter who lived in Mendon.