South Branch of 10 Mile Creek - Waynesburg

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RE: South Branch of 10 Mile Creek - Waynesburg 2008/01/17 23:50:49 (permalink)
Stevie Cecil, he lives on the hill.
 
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RE: South Branch of 10 Mile Creek - Waynesburg 2008/01/17 23:55:26 (permalink)
i have hred the name befor but i don't no him  

you ever fish the pond on the hill
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RE: South Branch of 10 Mile Creek - Waynesburg 2008/01/18 00:00:19 (permalink)
I fished a pond on the hill above J&J's before with my uncle, big bass an catfish there, this was a long time ago though.
 
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RE: South Branch of 10 Mile Creek - Waynesburg 2008/01/18 00:09:18 (permalink)
i never been to the one your talking about but theres a little one thats has alot nice bass in it
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RE: South Branch of 10 Mile Creek - Waynesburg 2008/01/18 00:15:34 (permalink)
I don' know what pond your talkin about, this pond i was at was on a farm up behind J&J's bar.

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RE: South Branch of 10 Mile Creek - Waynesburg 2008/01/18 00:20:08 (permalink)
i know where you mean 
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RE: South Branch of 10 Mile Creek - Waynesburg 2008/01/18 01:10:13 (permalink)
Was only there once and had a ball, catching huge largemouths an channel cats on 4lb test with shiners, i guess that guy stocked it.
 
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RE: South Branch of 10 Mile Creek - Waynesburg 2008/01/18 01:32:18 (permalink)
theres lot of places like that out there
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Re: RE: South Branch of 10 Mile Creek - Waynesburg 2019/10/05 15:37:22 (permalink)
Hi everyone I know this is an old post but I'm looking for some info on 10mile creek near waynesburg. My family used to own some land there back in the late 1790s and I'm trying to dig up some info on it. As far as I know they built a mill on 10mile creek in 1796 and in 1802 the commonwealth of Pennsylvania passed an act that made it a highway up to my family's mill. If anyone has anything they could share I would love to hear about it. Thank you
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Re: RE: South Branch of 10 Mile Creek - Waynesburg 2019/10/08 08:22:24 (permalink)
Rslater811
Hi everyone I know this is an old post but I'm looking for some info on 10mile creek near waynesburg. My family used to own some land there back in the late 1790s and I'm trying to dig up some info on it. As far as I know they built a mill on 10mile creek in 1796 and in 1802 the commonwealth of Pennsylvania passed an act that made it a highway up to my family's mill. If anyone has anything they could share I would love to hear about it. Thank you



Reese's Mill on Browns Creek?  It is the northern tributary to the South Branch of 10 Mile that spurs north out of Bucktown/West-Waynesburg.  About 4 miles north on route 18, it is on the other side of the railroad tracks near a pull off.  The dam is still sort of there.  If you look up "Greene County Pa Time Capsule" on Facebook, they had a picture of it posted 8/18/16.  I hope this helps.  I am unaware of any mills further out toward Rogersville on 10 mile, although I probably wrong, there were mills everywhere back in those days.
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