Part 2: Middletown Times Herald 15 february 1933
guests who Angeles, H. with Sunday Van decorated in 14 From Original Bridal Party At Golden Wedding Continued from Page One. were Ernest G., of Hurleyville, the Rev. Daiius M., of Naples, Warren T. of North Creek, an attorney; Ralph R . of Norwich, Prof. Frank R., of Kingston and Miss Margaret R. Radcliff of Monticello, a high school teacher. -There are eleven grand children. Samuel Mitteer grandfather of Mrs. Radcliff, was estate superintendent for Alexander Hamilton at Weehawken Heights. He recalled watching Hamilton practice in thn gardens of the estate for the duel with Aaron Burr. Later he moved to Sullivan County and settled near Hurleyville. Noble Briton an Ancestor Mr. Ratcliff was born near Ferndale. His father was Thomas R. Ratcliff, an early . settler of that community and a' descendant of Lord Ratcliff of England. The great grandfather was disinherited lor marrying a commoner. . Those present yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ratcliff and their son. William, of Hurleyville; Mr. and Mrs. Darius Ratcliff and daughter, Betty, of Naples; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ratcliff and daughters, Muriel and Cleone, of North Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ratcliff and daughter, Dorothy, of Plymouth, and Frank and Margaret Ratcliff of Hurleyville; Mr. and i Mrs. William Ratcliff of Ferndale. ! Mary Ralcliff of Hurleyville, Ella Prince of HurleyviJle, George Mitteer, of Hurleyville. Mrs. H. Leroy and H. M. Leroy of Middletown, Mrs. Clara Prince of Hurleyville, Miss Jule Mitteer of Hurleyville, Mrs. L. Marvin of Middletown, Mrs. Dora Mold of Hurleyville, and Mrs. Melvin Blade of Liberty, Mrs. Mary J. Hook of Bradley, Sarah J. Myers of Livingston Manor, Mrs. Fred Mitteer of Hurleyville. Mr.i and Mrs, John Durland of Hurleyville, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Hornbeck of Hurleyvllle, Mr. and Mrs, Edward LaBagh of Hurley- vilie. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Laidlaw, and Mrs. George Van Keuran, Nora Divine. Miss Kate and Alice Kelly and Miss Minnie Knapp, all of Hurleyville. ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED SOUTH FALLSBURG--Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Mintz of South Fallsburg Saturday celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary at their home, with a few friends and relatives. The couple were married in Fallsburg and have lived there most of the time since their marriage. They have two children. Miss Esther Mintz, twenty, and Hyman, twenty-four, both of Jive at home. Mr. Mintz is in meat and poultry businscs.