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Trilby Vance remembers times at Mr. Stanley's store at Fairplay

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By Trilby Vance

Dave, My grandmother, Verdie Turner Harvey, lived on land that was originally owned by your ancestors.

If the location of your home and the location of grandma's house, is included in that one deed, your family owned a lot of land at Fairplay.

The Samuell family is also listed as I came forward in my search.

Thanks for sharing!

Your Mother and Dad were wonderful neighbors and friends.

I spent a lot of Saturday mornings at you house, much to your annoyance, I'm sure, watching Sky King.

I remember the "pat, pat, pat", of the mill as it ground corn and drinking Nugrape or Orange Crush, on a hot summer day, at Mr Stanley's store.

--Trilby Vance

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