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Brenda Joyce Jerome
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Mr. and Mr. Barton F. Dickson moved into 121 Chestnut Street in January 1894. He was employed by the L & N. Railroad  as superintendent of  the St. Louis - Henderson division. The family's stay at the Owen Flats was marked by...
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Tenants of the Owen Block - Short Term
Renovations continue at the Owen Block Photographed 25 April 2015 Some folks
who moved to the newly-constructed Owen Block  did not stay long. It appears that many stayed
for a year or so and then moved elsewhere.  Below are three families who were short te...
Renovations continue at the Owen Block Photographed 25 April 2015 Some folks who moved to the newly-constructed Owen Block  did not stay long. It appears that many stayed for a year or so and then moved elsewhere.  Be...
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Mouth of the Cumberland River where it meets the Ohio River.
Almost every spring the rivers overflow, sending water to uncomfortable heights. So far, the rivers aren't as high as they have been in the past. When you live along a river, however, you keep an eye on it to make sure it beh...
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From a few years ago.
When I was young and visited my Kentucky cousin, whose name just happens to rhyme with my own, one of our favorite places to go was her mother’s grocery store. It was in the heart of one of those little villages so common in ...
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Tenants of the Owen Block - B.F. Dickson
Mr. and Mr.
Barton F. Dickson moved into 121 Chestnut Street in January 1894. He was employed
by the L & N. Railroad  as
superintendent of  the St. Louis -
Henderson division. The family's stay at the Owen Flats was marked by sadness.
Just 10 months after t...
Mr. and Mr. Barton F. Dickson moved into 121 Chestnut Street in January 1894. He was employed by the L & N. Railroad  as superintendent of  the St. Louis - Henderson division. The family's stay at the Owen Flats was marked by...
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The story of  Big Harpe and Little Harpe, the brothers who terrorized western Kentucky and beyond at the turn of the 18th century is well known to area historians. Less has been printed about the men who were unfortunate enou...
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Renovations continue at the Owen Block Photographed 25 April 2015 Some folks who moved to the newly-constructed Owen Block  did not stay long. It appears that many stayed for a year or so and then moved elsewhere.  Be...
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Many of us grew up hearing odd sayings from our parents and grandparents. Taken literally by outsiders, they usually made little sense, but to those of us living in the South or had parents from the South, they were perfectly...
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Tenants of the Owen Block - Edward N. Viele
Edward N.
Viele was born June 1860 into one of the most prominent families in Evansville.
His father, Charles Viele, was president of the First National Bank and a
businessman in Evansville.  The 1880
Vanderburgh County shows Charles and Mary Viele with the...
Edward N. Viele was born June 1860 into one of the most prominent families in Evansville. His father, Charles Viele, was president of the First National Bank and a businessman in Evansville.  The 1880 Vanderburgh County sh...
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One of my favorite tenants of the Owen Block was the Michael Lyon family. About 15-20 years ago Ruth Lyon, wife of Michael,  had been the focus of a research project involving an autograph book belonging to Capt. John Strothe...
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Evansville, Indiana - Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
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A full time professional genealogist specializing in western Kentucky research.
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Mom of 2 adult children and one wonderful granddaughter.
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