Centenarian Recalls Living At The Montauk Lighthouse As A Girl - 27 East

Centenarian Recalls Living At The Montauk Lighthouse As A Girl

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Margaret Bock, May 30, 1942.

Margaret Bock, May 30, 1942.

Margaret (left) August 1941.

Margaret (left) August 1941.

Tom Buckridge and his daughter, Margaret.

Tom Buckridge and his daughter, Margaret.

Tom Buckridge, former lighthouse keeper.

Tom Buckridge, former lighthouse keeper.

Margaret Bock celebrating her 100th birthday on September 24.  COURTESY HENRY OSMERS

Margaret Bock celebrating her 100th birthday on September 24. COURTESY HENRY OSMERS

authorStaff Writer on Oct 4, 2019
“Living in a lighthouse was fun for me, but it took some adjustments for us all. We had no amenities — no electricity, no indoor plumbing, no central heat, and... more

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