Links for contacting the current WHS board members are below:
- Evan Spring – President
- Pat Kennedy – Vice President
- Ed Lewis – Treasurer
- Kate Ewald – Secretary
- Janet Dimock – Director
- Jim Downey – Director
- Evan Johnson – Director
Queries and correspondence can also be sent to contact WHS.
Looks like the house in Cummington on 112 past Witters in Worthington, on same side of the road, across from a ’70’s log cabin
Still think it is. Notice the tree in front, same place but now biger. Also, to the left of the old picture, you can see that something was there, possible the slope to a barn, stones, etc. the newer photo doesnt shoe it, but a building used to stand there. The foundation is still there but the building was demolished10-20years ago, not sure of the time but saw it happening.
Thanks so much for your input. As you can see, we have updated the page and the Worthington Historical Society collection record as well.
The above photo may also be found in the Moody Book,, p 92, Plate X, # 11 and the gentleman is identified as Mr. Parish. Chapter XXI, West Worthington p. 90 further describes the location Re the provenance of the plates, I have reasons to believe the Moody photos may have been taken by Herb Thrasher, brother of Guy so well remembered by many of us. Herb was the photographer of many of the old post cards we have. I hope the above helps. Regards to all.
I think that’s my Grandparents Farm, Parish Farm on Parish Rd. The barn in the background was hit by lightening and burned, total loss and was what promoted the Worthington Fire Dept. according to Ted Porter R.I.P. My sister Sue has my Moms and Grandmothers albums. There are a lot of Pictures of the house and barn that is there now. But I think there are some with the old barn pictured. I use to mow it when I was a kid. All the grading looks the same. I could be wrong , I think that’s it though.