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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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