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Jan 16, 2019



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I too grew up in West Point, and my Aunt Ruby Johnson and my mother Mildred Custalow was providing some of those wonderful crabs we all loved. I remember Toni's family as well (hello to you). Look forward to checking in on the site in the future!
Zach Custalow
Richmond, Va
USA
Cool website, I've only been gone for about 2 and a half years but I'm ready to get back to town. My buds think I'm crazy to want to come back, but you don't what you've got 'till it's gone. Great town to grow up in and I'm looking forward to raising a family there soon.
Todd Hutchinson
Kill Devil Hills, Nc
USA
Nice to visit your beautiful town again. In 1996 en 1997 i was there several times as Chief Officer on MV "Marjolein", loading woodpulp at the Paper Mill for various destinations in Europe.
Kees Bosch
Enschede
THE NETHERLANDS
How cool! I decided to see if West Point had a newspaper yet and was surprised to find a web site. I have wonderful summer memories of West Point. I used to come stay with my cousin Betty Gay and I loved the town. Her husband Bill had Gay's Jewerly Store in one end of the Western Auto. I had a mad crush on Mike Hayes who went to VPI and then we lost contact after his mother died. I make it home from time to time and I love the changes. They aren't taking away from the charm of the town.
Dee
Holly Hill, Fl
USA
I am not from West Point but have visited a few times. I am a decendant of John West. I really do like the area and would like to return for more visits. I just wish there was more documented history from the time John West was there.
Constance Kelly
Jacksonville, Nc
USA
Anyone a history buff on this town? I love it here but also want to know as much as I can.
Jack
West Point, Va
USA
Message continued: From what I've been told, the family owned a small farm for many years as well as some downtown West Point businesses including a general store. My great grandfather also owned a moonshine business during the 20's. If anyone has any memories or info to share, write: ppdgraphics@aol.com
Peter Denesowicz
Hockessin, Delaware
UNITED STATES
Hello all, My maternal grandmothers' family moved to Port Richmond/West Point around 1918. My great grandparents were Mary and John Sigda. My grandmothers name was Agnes, her brothers were Marshall, Matthew "Malcolm", Ben and Ed. Matt, Ben and Ed served in the Navy and ALL 3 were stationed at the same time, on different ships, in the Pacific during WWII. All are deceased now. Agnes died in 2004 at the age of 93. From what I've been told, the family owned a small farm for many years as wel
Peter Denesowicz
Hockessin, Delaware
UNITED STATES
Where are the panaramic views of the two new bridges in West Point? I don't see them at this web site.
James Moore
Bethesda, Md.
USA
I came upon this site while surfing the web! West Point is still a beautiful little town. I'm a 1968 graduate of West Point High School. I visit West Point often as my parents are there, James and Frances Jordan. Also my sister Regena. I have fond memories of living in West Point.
Arlette Jordan King
Clinton, Maryland
USA
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