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Many homes are still surviving there original splendor! Costigan, Bill Welcht, the guy who took the dues, Al. I am a little disappointed more of my childhood friends haven't found this site. that closed during WW II after a farewell party for the owner's son who was going off to serve. I was trying to learn more about the Lefferts Family after visiting their historic house museum in Brooklyn. Loving father of Christopher, daughter-in-law Janine, Lori, and Gary. Thank you, Eric Mooney My grandparents brought me here many years ago to visit the area back in the 1980s. My family lived in Richmond Hill near Jamaica Hospital and Van Wyck Expressway area. Thank you You can take the kid out of Richmond Hill, but... Been gone almost 40 years but to this day, my best of times occurred in Richmond Hill.

And yes, I can still see that the grittiness of Jamaica Avenue is still in tact but yet no more worse than when I grew up near by. Father declared he would re-open when the son returned from the war. I used to peek in the window and the bar was in the same condition as it was on the last night. I appreciate all the fascinating information and history I have learned from your Historical Society. L.) Created, owned, and operated popular AL'S STEREO BAR, Richmond Hill, NY. Devoted grandfather of Kyle, granddaughter-in-law Courtney, Kurt, Natalee, Julia, Kathryn, Alexander, and Grace. His brothers were Don, Marty, Joe, and his cousin Bob Timurlane (who died in 1969 driving drunk in the area). His father Martin died in 1965 and mother Lillian in 1973. They had a house near Hillside Ave after living in an apartment in Brooklyn. I remember always going to Van Wyck Lanes, The Roller Rink, and Jahns! Hello, I am going to try this one again, does any one remember a Vegas Night with number of wheels of fortune depending where your wheel stopped was your prize or nothing some of the wheels you picked numbers 1-40 or so others had prizes or zero. Growing up in the 1970's in a care free sense of being was wonderful. Peace Stumbled on this site quite by accident and enjoyed reading everyone's memories of Richmond Hill.

Well, according to John Stamos, if things had gone differently, he and Lori Loughlin might have had that life for real!

I remember the streets lined with beautiful large trees and beautiful frame houses. The old maps and street names are very interesting to see and learn about. Richmond Hill was selected in 2016 and we came to cheer on the 2017 groups: Chelsea, Manhattan; Corona-East Elmhurst, Queens; Hart Island, The Bronx; Mott Haven, The Bronx; Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn & West Harlem, Manhattan.

In 1963 I returned to Richmond Hill to marry my wife Susan Mc Carthy of Richmond Hill in Holy Child Jesus Church which I have always considered to be a very beautiful Church. Grew up in Richmond Hill in the forties and early fifties. Played ball on summer school teams and for Watt and Watt drug stores, lived on 133 st and Liberty ave / 103rd ave. I remember my fun-filled summer months in Richmond Hill. Wonderful stories to see, I grew up on Liberty Ave and 116 st went PS 100 and JHS 202, we had great times playing stickball on 107 Ave, football on the side streets, stoopball, going to the Rockaways on trains that cost 15 cents, and hanging out at Shea's candy store. Noticed several posts about Gebhardt's Bakery, a favorite in our family.

Its a shame that so much has changed forever from what Richmond Hill was that I remember. Holy Child class of 1956, Brooklyn Preparatory 1960 and Fordham College of Pharmacy 1965. Scottish Rite 1953 and Ismailia Shrine 1953 Buffalo, NY. We'd go to baseball games here in LA, especially when the Dodgers played the Mets. Looking For members of the Gendron family or the Shields family. Ken Ball Hi, Does anyone know what ever happened to Steve from Steve's Pizza that was on 111 Street and Jamaica Avenue? He was part of the gang from 121st Street & 101st Ave where I lived. I'm hoping this isn't too late, but Holy Child Jesus is having their Centennial Celebration for all alumni September 16, 2017 from 3 PM - Midnight.

Absolutely saddened for the disregard to the history of Richmond Hill. If their is anyone who worked there or knows someone who did, or what finally happened to the store, please post it or contact me. Wow, had no idea regarding the history of my old home town! My family lived in Richmond Hill during the 1950s and 1960s. I have great memories of Jahn's Ice Cream Parlor, Forest Park, and the "El" train. I have always had good memories of being there, especially shopping on Liberty Ave. I grew up in Richmond Hill in the 1960's - 1970's, attended St. I grew up on 109th Avenue but 125th Street was the place to be. Left Richmond Hill 1n 1960 but have great memories: Baseball at Smoky Hollow, ice skating on Jackson Pond, the wonders of Forest Park. Every SINGLE time we sat next to someone who was either from Richmond Hill or around it and then it was non-stop talking for 3 hours about the old neighborhood. Only thing I remember was that there was a hand written sign on the door saying "Sorry, Closed Will Re Open Soon." That was the end of Steve's. If anyone's interested, please use the link bellow to submit your info by choosing alumni immediately at Invitations are going out and time is of the essence for replies since many are expected. is the Alumni Mass, Concelebrated by past and current Clergy.

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