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History Mystery Photos: Do You Know the History of These Homes?

 

We have more history mystery photos.  We know the previous owners of both of these homes. The brick house is on the Charles Ryburn farm north of Heyworth. The white house belonged to Leland Schooley and is now owned by his grandson.  What we don’t know is the history of these two homes.  Anyone with the history of when they were built and by whom would be greatly appreciated!  If you have any information to share to help complete the history of these homes please call the Heyworth Public Library at 473-2313.

 

 

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