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  • the house and silo are gone now
  • Just about everything has changed. The house is gone the barn is gone most of the out buildings are gone. My grandparents lived there,great memories
  • My parents bought this place in 1973. My husband and I have lived in the small house for 40 years. Yes, Kent, I have this picture... can’t bear to part with it. The dairy barn is gone and the property is divided.
  • A lot has changed New Bern to the East behind the house 2 bigger barns the silo or down lot of the trees are gone
  • I have lived here for 36 years, the tree by the house is now gone, the two trees in the back are gone as well, there is now a garage and only one drive way now and the front porch has changed to the other side of the house.
  • of the buildings are gone now except for the pole barn (it may not be there anymore by now)
  • and Garrett Cooper Jr. rode their go cart around the circle driveway. The house is gone now. It was owned by Cooper Realty. No relation to us. We had a wood
  • owner) and soon Corey Fritz. She will be the sixth generation at this farm! Only buildings left now are the farmhouse, garage, big barn and the crib left of the barn. Most of the trees are gone.
  • is located north of the present "barn", the fifth tree along the roadside and the farthest east is now gone. I know the resident who has made great improvements in the property. The resident is me. In early 2014 I moved in.
  • of the long barn is now gone. The Mail Pouch barn is ID'd as MPB 14-33-07 on the Mail Pouch Barnstormer's website.

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