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Bobby D. Morrison family once owned Diddle Homestead farm

Bobby D Morrison writes:
Ed: During 1988 we purchased a farm on Jay Bird Ridge which ran into Gradyville which included the site of the Ed Diddle house. Our son in law Robby Shelton, daughter Tammy Shelton-Morrison, spouse Shirley Morrison and I picked up many square nails from the remains of the Ed Diddle house. We still have many of those nails.
We later sold the farm to the Gists. I'm sure the site of the house can be determined in Gradyville/Jones Chapel Ridge.-Bobby D. Morrison
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This story was posted on 2011-01-30 06:57:41

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