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Thanks to Mike Watson for photo and memories

And thanks to Stephanie Rivas for reminding of photo. See Memories of Turner Place on Crocus

Linda Waggener writes:
Mike, thank you for sharing the photo and your memories of time spent at the old Turner place. You are right, it was an incredible structure and it held so much meaning that taught us about how life was at the time it was new. I would love to have been able to spend more time wandering through those rooms, imagining the lives of Joseph and Becky Turner and their twelve children. They got their exercise going in and out of other parts of the house to get to their kitchen! I loved Grace Turner and how she cared for Dewey's place. - Linda
Comments re article 77416 Mike Watson Old Joseph Turner settlement on Crocus



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