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Billy Hadley remembers good days at this house in the early 70s

Photo of house in Glens Fork brings good memories:
Comments re photo 71721 Beautiful old house south side of Glens Fork KY

Billy Hadley writes:
Linda, I just want to say that I remember many many days spent there at this old House in the early 70s when my uncle and aunt, Clyde and Francis Bunch Kelly, resided there. This is where they raised three beautiful daughters Donna, Deborah and Rebecca. Whereas we referred to them as Donna Kay, Debbie and Becky.

I'm like you I have always loved this place and I really do hate to see it in such bad shape, was hoping that someone would have remodeled and lived there again. Thanks for the photo and the memories. - Billy Hadley

Billy, thanks so much for sharing your memories of activities in this home! The style of the upstairs front windows always remind me of my Sulphur Well home, shaped like these with diamond shaped windows. -- Linda Waggener

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