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Wow what memories!
This is where it all started......Hendricks Homestead from 1961 to 1983? Tons of memories.....
My husband was raised on this farm till teen age. He helped his uncles and grandfather farm. Many found and happy memories.
I lived here from 1st grade until I went to college. Many fond memories of this farmhouse!
My parents, Mike and Julie Binsbacher, built this house in 1978. My mom sold the house in 1998. Great house, great neighborhood and the best memories!
I loved this hous that belonged to my Aunt Julie & Uncle Binny! Had many holiday meals here as a kid! Lots of wonderful memories of playing
Oh yes, we were living large with a garbage compactor. So many wonderful memories. It was just the perfect place to raise you 4 kids. I like the mini
This was my grandpa's house, until he passed in 1990. Many good memories, while practically growing up here; spent a lot of time there! It now has
My grandfather, Everette Newby, was a trustee of that school. The school has since been torn down but added a beautiful community center. The arches remain. Many wonderful memories on those hollowed grounds.
My grandfather built this home and farm in 1901 I believe. It was before my father was born in 1910. I was blessed to be able to raise my children there. The home was sold in 2000. Many wonderful memories.
This was the home of my Grandad and Grandma Waterman. (Ralph and Lela Waterman) I lived there for a few years with my mother (Janet Waterman Wilson) and with them. Loved this place !! So many happy memories there.
Pickett’s Point (gas station). Corner of Sr 38/Sr 47. Biddle Memorial Park on the right, Dairy Queen on the left.
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