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Memories of a girl's life in early 1900's Knifley, KY

Reprint of Reprint, today because of the extraordinarily high interest in Knifley, KY
Stella Chelf Neagle often used the Pen Name "Tillie." This favorite Chelf family story is reprinted today in honor of another Tillie, Matilda Ann Waggener, who is already showing great literary skills, her cousin to be, Hailey Elizabeth Waggener, and their Chelf related cousins
For complete story plus photo of Matilda, click on headline

By Stella Chelf Neagle
Originally printed October 1994 in Rural Kentucky Women

I remember when I was a small girl in a large family in Knifley, Kentucky. Ours was a safe, secure home filled with love by my parents, and my eight sisters and brothers, Hazel, Edith, Hallie, Audrey, Ruby, Marshall, James and Paul.

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