Henry and Lucy Urish were the parents of seven sons and one daughter. Lou the youngest son, has been a lifelong resident of this community and has many memories of the early days. His parents first house was a log cabin, laterreplaced by a large two story house. His father raised percheron horses, importing thorough-bred breeding stock from France.
The railroad bridge was the only bridge across 110 Mile Creek at the time. Wagon tracks where early setters drove overland between Scranton and Carbondale and still visible in the Urish pasture todat.
The map is so you can see just where their land was located.