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This is a picture of my grandmas place, Cora Loken. This house was moved their before Highway 52 went in. My great-grandparents owned it before it was moved. She lived next to us, and I will always remember every Saturday me or my sister would go clean for her. We have a lot of memories of the house, it burned in the 80s. But is still standing.

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This farm was owned by Leonard Forss, then by his son, Maynard. We now own the farm and my husband, Ken, is Maynards son. Its fun to see how much it has changed in 40 years.

 
 

This farm is in Magnolia Ohio, originated by Thomas Newhouse, passed on to Warren and Dorthea Bowman, then sold in 2008 to Kevin Lee. The home was built in 1849 out of bricks made on site and the sandstone foundation was cut and brought one at a time from a mile away.

—Joshua Lee
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This is where my mom grew up milking cows in Sandyville, Ohio. It was sold in the 1980's.

—Joshua lee
 
 

This farm is in Sandyville Ohio. Bought by my father in 1983 and currently owned in 2010.

—Joshua lee
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This farm is in Mineral City ohio. Has been in the Kevin Lee family since 1992.

—Joshua lee
 
 

It's interesting to see a home in it's prime. We purchased this house and were told there were barns on the property but couldn't remember where. This photo has helped put things together.

—Ron Romine
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It's interesting to see a home in it's prime. We purchased this house and were told there were barns on the property but couldn't remember where. This photo has helped put things together.

—Ron Romine
 
 

It's interesting to see a home in it's prime. We purchased this house and were told there were barns on the property but couldn't remember where. This photo has helped put things together.

—Ron Romine
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This is the Grover R. Traxler farm just north of Wharton, Ohio. Grover and Maude Traxler were my grandparents.

—Joe Baker