The Cacapon River, with the downstream tip of the island at left.
From Kotz home WV 2016
The Cacapon River, with the downstream tip of the island in mid-photo; we own the upstream end of this 25-acre island.
Andy and Pete on the bank of Cacapon River, just downstream of the island.
Pete examines two family graves in the hayfield, with the home and barn in the background.
Pete examines a wooden barrel in the original stalls of the barn.
The smokehouse (left), Kotz home, and barn (right).
Workshop in the Shop built by Franz Kotz in the late 1850s, originally as living quarters.
Workshop in the Shop built by Franz Kotz in the late 1850s, still sporting his original workbench.
The first structure built by Franz Kotz in the late 1850s, as his workshop and living quarters.
A receipt from Kotz's Mill ,1894, for 4 bushels of wheat to be ground and returned, signed by James Kotz (son of Franz Kotz).
A receipt for a coffin produced by Francis Kotz in 1886.
The Kotz crest.
The Kotz home built by Franz Kotz in 1860.
Peter, Jack, and David Kotz pose at the entrance to Kotz Mill Lane, Wardensville, WV.