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Sunny Lane residents mid- to late-1800s
Posted by: Therold Farmer (ID *****0454) Date: March 12, 2009 at 13:54:50
In Reply to: Re: JESSE NEWTON BENTON and MARTHA ALICE JON by Shelley Musgrove of 280

Ms. Musgrove,

If you could check your Lake Victor book for persons named Anderson, Smyth/Smythe, Fennell, or Fuchs/Fox, I would be deeply in your debt. I'm trying to trace some people who lived around Sunny Lane--before the post office moved to Lake Victor and probably before the church moved.

I think most of the listed persons were not keen on the Confederacy, so that fact likely affected the attitudes of the majority of the better-established folks in the community. Dr. Horace Anderson, however, seems to have treated people with loyalties on both sides, so perhaps he laid low with his own loyalties.

(I have been unable to find The Lake Victor Story in any
library or used bookstore or I'd search it myself.)

I thank you.

T.I. Farmer
Kerrville, TX

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