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Robert D. Gallagher said:   January 4, 2014 9:59 am PST
Very nice job on the WebSite! What is your name and where do you live? We are long time residents at "Oceana" on Saquish Head. Bob & Carol Gallagher (Harney's Cottage)

Tonna (Oram) Vaccaro said:   July 22, 2013 7:46 am PST
I am a cousin of Lisa Barker, my aunt and uncle Louise & Charlie Allen had a place on the gurnet. I have memories of visiting there. Dorothy my grandfather was Kermit Oram. I recently moved to Plymouth, Ma. My father Bob and I would love to visit gurnet again. We must be related also, I think Archibald was my dads grandfather or ?? let's chat, Tonna

admin said:   November 4, 2012 3:33 pm PST
Hi Bill, If you have an email address you can post people can respond directly or email us at admin@gurnetsaquish.com

Bill Phillips said:   November 2, 2012 6:24 pm PST
I practically grew up at the Gurnet in the 1950's until I went in the Navy in 1967. We owned the "Sky Haven" cottage just down the hill toward Saquish. Unfortunately it was lost several years ago to winter storms but my cousin, Roger Moore's family still owns the other two cottages there. I wouls live to hear from anyone from that era.

Jack Schaeffer said:   June 19, 2012 1:37 pm PST
I am sad to report that long time Saquish resident John Schaeffer passed away on Wednesday June 13, 2012. He has enjoyed Saquish most of his adult life after meeting his wife of 65 years Barbara Hamilton. John was born November 22, 1924. He is survived by his wife, Barbara, his brother William, his sister Norma, three children Laurie Lopez, Jack Schaeffer, and Peter Schaeffer, 9 grandchildren, and 2 great grandchildren. In loving memory John Schaeffer 1924 - 2012

Barry Wadsworth said:   May 29, 2012 3:39 pm PST
My family and I have spent every summer at Saquish since 1963 It started with my Gandparents Basil and Lillian Wadsworth who lived there from Memorial day to Labor day every summer, My Grandfather went blind right after he bought the cottage, but insisted the cottage would never be sold because of the beauty he enjoyed in the first and only summer he ever saw. My father Basil Jr. (wiggs) and my mother JoAnn packed us 4 kids up every weekend and we couldn't wait. Claming, fishing, water sking,swimming and exploring every inch of Saquish and the Gurnet, never missing the Gurnet/ Saquish softball games and fires and our yearly tug of war over the creek Saquish vs Gurnet boy I miss those days, We got a lot of damage last year, but we are back this year to put it all back together again for the 10th time plus :) labor of love, The Wadsworth's will go down with the ship. :))) Barry Wadsworth

ann noyes said:   May 21, 2011 5:01 am PST
C 1937 I spent a week on Saquish at my grand dad's cottage. He was Dr.Noyes from Duxbury and Plymouth. The cottage later belonged to Bill Bennett. (my step grand mother made Grandpa sell it) It was so cool listening to the bell bouy,playing in the tidal pools.saving baby sand dollars and star fish, pumping water from the community pump, waiking to the old fort site which was full of beach plum bushes and poison ivy. Wonserful memories of a wonderful place. Ann noyes

anon said:   March 16, 2011 6:24 pm PST
has everyone read Ripples by Peter Endicott? Great book, all about our beach

administrator said:   March 5, 2011 2:28 pm PST
Thank you for your submission. We'll be in touch shortly

Dorothy (Oram) Cohn said:   December 28, 2010 2:59 pm PST
My heart has always been at the Gurnet. My grandfather, Archibald Oram, owned the little schoolhouse which now belongs to the Moores. From the time I was a baby, I spent every summer there. I see the message from Lisa (Allen), and remember her parents, Louise and Charlie, who bought my Uncle Stanley's cottage next to the schoolhouse. He took me and my brother Bill out in his boat and we chased a seal around the harbor. Also have my fond memories of Bill Jacobs. We'd put a flag out whenever we wanted lobsters. My brother Bill and his wife Barb recently sold their cottage on Saquish, but still own a couple lots there. My daughter (who moved to Duxbury with her husband) rent a cottage every September so I still get my Gurnet fix. Would love to chat with anyone who knew my family.

rb said:   December 28, 2010 1:39 pm PST
A drive between 8:30-9:30 revealed that the storm was tough on the beach. I didn't have time to check the ocean side carefully but you could see that a number of the storm fences are down. The 3rd xover has been scoured out right up to the posts to which the chain is attached - and at one point a bit beyond with a gully actually cutting into the xover itself. The bay side seems unaffected and for the most part the road itself shows no signs - except of some debris that washed over in potentially vulnerable places. I suspect that the east shore of the Gurnet shoreline took a real beating - it's been losing a little, but noticeable, bit of ground every year. I hope to get out there this weekend to check things more completely.

jt said:   December 28, 2010 9:45 am PST
12-27 storm had 60 mph winds, 25' waves on front beach, big dune erosion, a few wash-throughs

survey respondent said:   October 31, 2010 10:47 am PST
Cannot wait to get these people out of office!!!

Brenda Sabin said:   October 28, 2010 2:29 pm PST
I have newspaper clippings pertaining to the secede of the Gurnet from Plymouth to Duxbury back in the 70's. Agree we have little to no protection on the Gurnet and Saquish from fire, vandilism, snow removal, disturbance of the peace, violence and threats. We need more protection than Plymouth can or wants to give us. Our taxes are out of control and we get nothing for it.

Support team said:   September 11, 2010 6:48 pm PST
Hi Lisa, We'd love to share them. You can email them to admin@gurnetsaquish.com. Photos must adhere to our privacy policy and terms of use. As long as you took them or own them we'd love to include them - Support Team

Lisa (Allan) Barker said:   August 31, 2010 5:28 pm PST
Have many fond memories living at the gurnet with my family (Charlie and Louise Allan - parents. Love looking at the pictures from the past, I have alot of them, I would love to post them for all to see.

Bill Phillips said:   August 17, 2010 7:50 pm PST
I just found your site and it brings back many wonderfull memories growing up at the Gurnet and Saquish

Paul Mahoney said:   June 2, 2010 9:40 am PST
Saquish Rules.

admin said:   March 1, 2010 8:28 am PST
A discussion group on PROPERTY TAXES has begun in the FORUM. Please join the forum and share your opinions on the matter.

Paul Christian said:   February 16, 2010 3:57 pm PST
Is there interest in forming a new town: i.e., secede from Plymouth? To answer this question. back around the early 70's there was a letter drafted up to just do that. For some reason it never came about. I believe it went up to the Massachusetts legislature. The same concerns were brought up, taxes, police protection, fire etc. At that time, if I recall, Plymouth stated that they would not send any police except of rape or murder. Also at that time the GIA (Gurnet Improvement Association) aquired an old fire truck, stripped down, from what I believe was from Plymouth used in the forested areas around Plymouth. Morris Upham, retired Fire Chief, helped in aquiring to outfit the fire truck.I just may have some of that info in my archives from the 60's or 70's. I will look.

survey respondent said:   January 24, 2010 4:08 pm PST
"Great job! I always thought publishing THE BEACON was not only a waste of resources but also environmentally unfriendly. Getting information via the internet makes much more sence on many levels. Keep up the good work and I look forward to passing along your site to others."

survey respondent said:   January 5, 2010 10:56 am PST
Is there interest in forming a new town: i.e., secede from Plymouth?

survey respondent said:   January 5, 2010 10:53 am PST
I'm unhappy with the property taxes given the complete lack of fire or police assistance. What exactly are we paying for as a group?

suellen(Suzie) mccarthy Growe said:   October 22, 2009 7:10 am PST
My heart is still drawn to Saquish...we had a cxottage nect to Cavanaughs , about two thirds down the beach toward the head. I have posted photos of the fifties in facebook..is anyone out there from that era???

Brian Wilson said:   October 9, 2009 6:41 pm PST
Very nice web site! The softball games between the Gurnet and Saquish teams were Major League. Many great memories of summers spent at the Gurnet.

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