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Re: William Guthrie Store
Posted by: Dorman Holub (ID *****6788) Date: July 29, 2002 at 07:30:58
In Reply to: William Guthrie Store by Michael Freels of 329

I've looked through the young County records and I'm coming up blank on a large Guthrie store in Young county after 1867. One of the reasons, is that Young County ceased to be a county and was attached to Jack County in 1865 when the county fell apart.

Technically, there was no Young county between 1865-1874 when the county was re-organized.

Due to Indian depredations and the times, very few settlers were in this area between 1865-1874. Tax records don't show a store that I could find. Its intriguing that taxes were still paid even though the county was unorganized.


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