|HAROLD DELOS ANDREWS
Seen here in his Colgate University senior class picture. Harry was a fascinating, brilliant man. He posessed an IQ of a staggering 189, and a photographic memory. He was fluent in seven languages and held sveral degrees in engineering, education, and ancient architechtures.
After serving his country, with an honorable tour of duty during World War One, he served his community through vibrant carreers and dedicated service to the youth of the nation.
As the tale around the castle is told, Harry served courageously in World War 1. As a medic he saved the life of a French nobleman's son. The nobleman sought out the medic and dubbed him a Noble Knight in thanks for his son's life. Upon returning home, the newly dubbed, Noble Sir Harry chose a dozen boys from his youth group, and dubbed them knights. There forming in 1927 the Knights Of the Golden Trail (KOGT).
The new order of knights held sunday school sesions and camp outings on a small piece of property Sire Harry owned on the Historic Little Miami river bank. After the surplus tents began to fray he told the boys to gather stones from the river for "stone tents". Those stone tents serve today as the bases of the two front towers of the castle.