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  • brother Bob is living there now, although it looks a bit different. The barn is gone now, some trees have been taken down, the house has new windows and siding. Lots of memories here.
  • V. John Davis farm on 161st at Ditch rd. Recently all gone a d being developed. Have baled and put up silage here.
  • Glen and Evelyn Strange's home for many years on corner of 146th and little Eagle Creek Avenue they were my wife's aunt and uncle it is all gone now
  • Arcadia Church of the Brethren. 8989 E 266th St, Arcadia This building is gone but a newer brick building is now to the east of this one.
  • Paddack's Wrecker Service at 18606 US 31. Paddack's moved just north of the pond in the picture and a boat dealership moved into this building. The building and pond are gone now.
  • is gone and their new (20+ years) house is in its place. My parents just sold it all a couple years ago. Fortunately we were able to keep a portion of the farm, including the original home pictured here, in the family.
  • I was raised in this home until I was married. My parents were Robert and Sarah Jones. All of the barns are gone but the house is still
  • and is currently the Shell gas station. The 4 houses are gone. CVS pharmacy now occupies most of that area.
  • All of this is gone. Was at approx Hague Rd/Fox Chase Dr, Noblesville. Housing additions all around now.
  • This was a drive-in restaurant call 9-Teen. All of this is gone and currently a building is being built for a possible restaurant.

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