2003 Mt. Morris History Day (click thumbnail to enlarge)



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view of Mt. Morris from Town Hill Baily and Hazel Patterson Minor (Ron's parents) Civil War Veterans in front of Civil War Monument (see * below) Clover Farm, 1960 (see ** below) Walter Snyder inside Clover Farm
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1908 newspaper article about Walter Snyder's dad's attempt to elope 50th Wedding Anniversery of Enlow and Clara Lemeley (they lived where Bernoskis live today) Genevieve Lemley John Lemley (Ellen Campbell's great, great grandfather) John Lemley as a child
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50th Anniversery of John and Sarah Lemeley, Sept. 3, 1921 Ruth-Ann Hoy and Russel Lemley (neice & nephew of Arthur & Pearl Lemley) (background Lemley Barn, now Brown/Petsonk residence) Lemley Brothers (Marion, Wilbert, Sanford, Lewis, Albert) Mt. Morris United Methodist Church (after completion of addition) Mt. Morris United Methodist Church (before addition)
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Alex & Arabel Minor Ron Minor and bros. accepting "Century Farm" award article about Minor "Century Farm" award article continued Minor family gathering at award ceromony
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Raymond and Helen Lemley Sanforth and Elizabeth Lemley (taken in buggy, Little Shannon) Minor and Laura Shanks Lemley (1800's) Ruth Hickman article from 1965 Democrat Messenger

* Civil War veterans: Joseph Ritter 4th from left, Spencer Stevens 6th from left, Basil Lemley 7th from left, Coleman Lewellen, 2nd from right, Elisha Stewart, far right.

** Clover Farm store was located across the street from what is now UM Parsonage. Willis Emigh was the first owner. Walter Snyder owned the store 1950-60. John Lewellen owned the store 1960-1985. The building burned around 1990.


For information contact Sandy Liebhold