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“May your magic continue to weave its spell on all who live and visit here.”
By Nancy Sanders
Within the pages of this book, you will find Buckley the long-time sister village of Mesick, home of the Old Engine Show. It is another village that has existed throughout the years because of a post office and train being positioned there. And why nearby Manton held the position with the county courthouse for only a year has a tale to tell in Volume 9. Mesick’s school class of ’41 had more soldiers serving in WWII, eighteen, than any other graduating class with two giving their lives for the homefolk. Photos of these brave men are located in the pages of this book. The ghost town of Clay Hill (Hoxeyville), a few pioneers, #466 Masonic Lodge, and the corner store all have anecdotes and photos to share as well.