Tag Archives: Vol9 Issue9

WWII History and Mystery Dug from Fishers Island

WWII sailor's shirt, found buried in sand, reunited with owner's daughter, By Anna Isaacs for The Day, Published Sep 2013
Also see video by Video Journalists Waldo Cabrera & Sam Butler, Published in Mar 2014
and now a song by Tom Callinan Aug 215

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Redesigning Fishersisland.net

Fishers Island has outgrown the current website design. The redesign, with a fresh modern look, will incorporate new features and improve overall content organization and usability.

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October Gardening Tips

From Mélie's Garden
Milkweed is the primary host plant for Monarchs to lay eggs in and it provides nectar for other butterflies and bees as well.

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IN MEMORIAM: Emily Parsons Ridgway

Emily Parsons Ridgway, of Short Hills, NJ and Fishers Island, NY died peacefully on October 1st, two months before her 103rd birthday. Her husband William C. Ridgway, Jr. predeceased her, as did her sister, Lucille Parsons Balcom, and her brother, Joseph Lester Parsons, Jr. She is survived by her four children William C. Ridgway, III (Carol), Charles P. Ridgway (Julianne), …

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