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In Years Past

May 7, 2013
The Post-Journal

In 1913, a reward of $50 had been offered by Mrs. Robert J. White of Jamestown, for the discovery of the body of her son, Louis Hammermiller, who was supposed to have been drowned near Crystal Bend in Chautauqua Lake Sunday morning. No trace of the body had been found yet although searching parties were at work under the direction of Chief of Police Gotts of Celoron.



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