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Re: The namesake of our farm
Posted by: Joseph Romans Date: February 08, 2000 at 17:44:11
In Reply to: Re: The namesake of our farm by Michelle of 247

The town of Mook Kentucky had a post office established by my great grandfather Charles Mook. He was a salesman for Carter Dry goods. He traveled from Louisville throughout the state. He built the post office so that he could get his mail while on his trips. We are still looking for more. This was done traveling by horse and buggy. before automobiles. Yours, Rick

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