News Clippings

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Sep

S. L. Griffith Request for Funeral Plans

My Dear Sir:- Your letter of recent date was received in due season. I enclose a little clipping taken from the St Albans Messenger. I thought I would not use it until I could verify […]

10
Sep

Mr. Griffith Entertains

Mr. Griffith Entertains. The Danby Senator Gives Some Rutland Gentlemen a Day’s Outing. Through the courtesy of Senator Silas L. Griffith of Danby a dozen Rutland gentlemen spent Saturday at his magnificent mountain resort at […]

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Sep

Residence of S. L. Griffith

FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1902 The walks and driveways about the residence of Mr. S. L. Griffith were last week newly concreted by Rutland parties, and the deft brushes of Painter White and assistants have made […]

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Sep

S. L. Griffith Healthy Recovery

Southern Vermont Mirror. FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1902 Mr. S. L. Griffith was able to take his first carriage ride since his illness on Wednesday. It is needless to say that everybody was glad to see […]

10
Sep

Green Mountain Trout

The Rutland Herald TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22 1898. GREEN MOUNTAIN TROUT. Silas Griffith to Enlarge His Trout Preserves at Mount Tabor. The little fish hatchery experiment of Silas L. Griffith at “South End,” under the shadow […]

10
Sep

The Future of Mr. Griffith’s Business

FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1903 The Future of Mr. Griffith’s Business. Until after the probate of Mr. Griffith’s will nothing concerning the provisions of that document will be given out by those in authority. It is […]

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Sep

Funeral of S. L. Griffith Music

JULY 30, 1903. RUTLAND EVENING NEWS J.Harry Engels of this city has been engaged to take charge of the music at the funeral of Silas L. Griffith, which will be held, probably at the church […]

10
Sep

Flames Destroy Ackert Building in Danby Village

FLAMES DESTROY ACKERT BUILDING IN DANBY VILLAGE Rutland and Other Places Send Apparatus to Help Fight Raging Fire. STRUCTURES BURN Hotel, Fern Storehouse, Edward Kelly’s Home, Restaurant, Meat Market. (Special to The Herald.) DANBY, (Wednesday) […]

10
Sep

Family Dinner Attended by One Thousand Persons

AUGUST 24, 1911. FAMILY DINNER ATTENDED BY ONE THOUSAND PERSONS, Unique Feature of Danby’s Great Celebration -Tables Placed in Apple Orchard-Prominent Speakers. Yesterday was a great day for Danby. That old town—one hundred and fifty […]

10
Sep

Eugene McIntyre Buried at Danby

EUGENE MCINTYRE BURIED AT DANBY (Special to The Herald.) DANBY, July 21.—Largely attended funeral services for Eugene McIntyre, who died at his home Friday night were held at the home Monday afternoon at 3 o’clock. […]

10
Sep

Dedicate Griffith Library

DEDICATE GRIFFITH LIBRARY, Fitting Exercises at Danby as New Building is Thrown Open. Mayor Bigelow of Burlington, Speaker of the Day, Pays Glowing Tribute to the Donor and Rev. H. J. Maillet Also Makes Address—Structure […]

10
Sep

Death of Silas L. Griffith

THE RUTLAND HERALD. THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1903. DEATH OF SILAS L. GRIFFITH. Dies at San Diego, Cal, After a Long Illness. Word was received at Danby about 6 o’clock yesterday morning of the death of […]

10
Sep

Death Of Harry E Griffith

Death Of Harry E Griffith. After a painful and severe sickness of three weeks, Harry E. son of S. L. and Elizabeth Griffith of Danby died Sunday April 8. Although but two months and five […]

10
Sep

Danby Goes to Top of Three-Star Honor List

Danby Goes to Top of Three-Star Honor List Danby has topped the county’s three-star honor roll with a four-star record. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall J, Baker of Danby have four sons serving in the army, […]

10
Sep

Danby Split Over Congdon Action

DANBY SPLIT OVER CONGDON ACTION Attempt to Commit Man to Institution For Insane, Results In Political Fight That Ousts Town Clerk Otis and Three Selectman. Split into factions, the town of Danby is still seething […]

10
Sep

Danby’s Great Loss

Southern Vermont Mirror. FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1903 DANBY’S GREAT LOSS By the Death of Hon. S. L. Griffith Danby Has Received a Blow, the Effects of Which Will be Felt for Many Years to Come. […]

10
Sep

Danby’s Celebration

THE TROY RECORD. AUGUST 28, 1911. DANBY’S CELEBRATION. Program Concludes With Unveiling of Monument and Big Corn Roast-Special Services in Churches. The residents of Danby, Vt., have a right to feel proud of their success […]

10
Sep

Danby and Mt. Tabor

DANBY AND MT. TABOR. Danby, Vt., which is located at the extreme southern part of Rutland county and on the Bennington and Rutland Railroad, is not by any, means the least among her sister towns […]

10
Sep

Danby Library Holds Record in this County

AUGUST 4, 1925. DANBY LIBRARY HOLDS RECORD IN THIS COUNTY (Special Correspondence) Danby, Aug 3.—Danby is a small town as Vermont towns go, but it is making a showing that well might be emulated by […]

10
Sep

A Danby Fish Hatchery

The Rutland Herald SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1897. A DANBY FISH HATCHERY. Fingerling Trout to Be Placed In State Waters. S. L. Griffith of Danby has notified State Fish Commissioner Titcomb that he will plant in […]

10
Sep

Danby Commercial Center Project

By MARGARET BUCHOLT The downtown Danby renaissance, a quiet affair that started three years ago with the restoration of one building, has blossomed into a full-scale project that is changing the neglected face of Main […]

10
Sep

Danby Redevelopment Project

By YVONNE DALEY DANBY — A group of Danby residents has purchased six empty buildings in the heart of downtown Danby. They plan to restore the buildings and to boost the economic vitality of this […]

10
Sep

150th Anniversary

1761 Danby, Vermont 1911 You are hereby cordially invited to be present at our Old Home Week Celebration commemorating the 150th Anniversary of the granting of the Charter for the Town to be held in […]

10
Sep

Mrs. S. L Griffith’s Sunday School

DANBY. At a meeting of Mrs. S. L Griffith’s Sunday school class held March 11, the following was adopted: Whereas, it has pleased God to take from us our beloved classmate, Edith M. Bond, it […]

10
Sep

Griffith Republican Nominee

The Brandon Union FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1898. On another page of this issue we print a communication from our Mt. Tabor correspondent regarding the late election in his town. S. L. Griffith, the big lumber […]

10
Sep

An Annual Convention at Danby

OCTOBER 6, 1894. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR AN ANNUAL CONVENTION AT DANBY. Evangelical Work in Rutland County. EVENING ADDRESS BY REV. DR. PHILLIPS. The 13th convention of the Rutland County Christian Endeavor union was begun in the […]

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Sep

Funeral of S. L. Griffith

Burlington Daily Free Press BURLINGTON, AUGUST 5, 1943 FUNERAL OF S. L. GRIFFITH. A Large Gathering of Vermonters, Townsmen and Business Associates to Pay Last Honors. (special to The Free Press.) Danby, Aug. 4.—The last […]

10
Sep

Funeral of S. L. Griffith Will Be Held

Burlington Daily Free Press BURLINGTON, JULY 27, 1903. FUNERAL OF S. L. GRIFFITH Will Be Held in Danby Tuesday. Aug. 4—Leaves California Today. (Special to the Free Press.) San Diego, Cal., July 26.—Tomorrow the funeral […]

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Sep

Griffith Christmas

By Yvonne Daley Special to The Globe DANBY, Vt. — In the late 1800s, a lumber king named Silas L. Griffith amassed a huge fortune here and in neighboring Mount Tabor by being shrewd, daring […]

10
Sep

Bank Directors Adopt a Resolution

BANK DIRECTORS ADOPT RESOLUTION The board of directors of the Rutland County National bank has adopted the following resolution on the death of Eugene McIntyre of Danby, vice president and a director of the institution: […]

10
Sep

Away from Home

Cambridge Transcript. R. BRUSH. O. L. BOURN, PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS. Entered at the Post-office at Cambridge, Vt., as Second Class Mail Matter. FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1895. Away From Home. We went away Memorial Day as […]

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Sep

The Argus

The Argus ALBANY, N. Y., JULY 3, 1893. Freed from the cares of official life by the expiration of his term of office ex-Police Commissioner William J. Walker has turned his attention to angling, and […]

10
Sep

One of the Party

ONE OF THE PARTY. AUGUST 27. 1898. The Herald prints a communication in regard to the senatorial candidacy, of Mr. Griffith of Danby as an advertisement because we hardly consider it of enough importance to […]

10
Sep

A Pleasant Trip

LUDLOW, VERMONT The Vermont Tribune. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1898. We had received an interesting article describing a visit to Danby by several Mount Holly people, but lack of space forbade us to print it last […]

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Sep

A Noted Vermonter

April 11, 1902. Groton, Vt.. A Noted Vermonter. Hon. S. L. Griffith of Danby, who was in town last week looking after his extensive lumber business gave some of his friends a few points on […]

10
Sep

Alva Griffith Going to War

ALVA GRIFFITH GOING TO WAR Popular High School Student Enlists in Naval Aviation Service. Alva Griffith, secretary of the Senior Class and treasurer of the boys’ division of the class, Easton High School, and president […]

10
Sep

A Letter to the Editor of the Brandon Union

The Brandon Union. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1898. A LETTER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE BRANDON UNION: Now that the senatorial contest in Rutland county has ended in a victory for the straight Republican ticket, Mr. […]

10
Sep

Groom is 66, Bride 65

GROOM IS 66, BRIDE 65. J.. Raiche of Danby Goes to Manchester, N. H., For Bride. (Special to The Herald.) Danby, May 18.—Adolph J. Raiche of this town, 66 years old, and Mrs. Harriet Des […]

10
Sep

Aged Citizens Take Part in Danby’s Celebration

AUGUST 23, 1911. THE TROY RECORD. AGED CITIZENS TAKE PART IN DANBY’S CELEBRATION Six Brothers, Whose Ages Aggregate More Than 420 Years, Receive Returning Relatives–.Other Old Residents of Town. The Danby sesqui-centennial is having ideal […]