Historical Society Slideshow folder 911

Slideshow Folder 900  https://www.facebook.com/groups/hampshirehistory/422061937944186/
Folder 911 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/hampshirehistory/422252231258490/
Slideshow Folder 927 https://www.facebook.com/groups/hampshirehistory/422968121186901/
Slideshow Folder1335 https://www.facebook.com/groups/hampshirehistory/422544064562640/

These photos are from the Historical Society 91 folder.  If you can help identify any, you might reference the photo’s number (at least the last 3 digits).

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A memorial park dedicated to the memory of Karen Straw. The stone pictured on the left has the name of a Shannon on it and is from the early 1800′s. (Thelma Susie Fields)

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Photos of the Guthrie house in Springfield. Was operated as a funeral home for a while and was most recently occupied by Josh and Raven Miller. (Thelma Susie Fields)

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Photos of the Guthrie house in Springfield. Was operated as a funeral home for a while and was most recently occupied by Josh and Raven Miller. (Thelma Susie Fields)

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The Shoust Martin house in Springfield. Currently occupied by John and Julie Fraze. (Thelma Susie Fields)

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Pictures of what I knew as the “Roache” house. It was located in the turn at the post office in Springfield. It has been torn down. (Thelma Susie Fields)

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Pictures of what I knew as the “Roache” house. It was located in the turn at the post office in Springfield. It has been torn down. (Thelma Susie Fields)

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This house is located behind the post office in Springfield. I believe the Roach family were early owners. It is now occupied by Dave Trimmier’s family. (Thelma Susie Fields)

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This house set next to the Hotel operated by Lawson and Ida Blue along route 28 in Springfield. I think that it is log cover with clap board. It is still standing, but in fairly rough shape. (Thelma Susie Fields)

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The original Methodist Parsonage in Springfield. It was built in the 1850′s. (Thelma Susie Fields)

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The residence of Homer Didawick located on the Valley road in Springfield. It has now been torn down. (Thelma Susie Fields )

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2 photos. The photo on the left is of a house along route 28 in Springfield. I think that is was Dr. Kirk’s office. The photo on the right is of a lady standing between Dr. Kirk’s office and what I knew to be the Miss Jennie Parker’s residence. They would have been in the area that Rich Grace’s green house is now located. (Thelma Susie Fields )

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(Better photo of 09110060) Lady standing between Dr. Kirk’s office and what I knew to be the Miss Jennie Parker’s residence. They would have been in the area that Rich Grace’s green house is now located. (Thelma Susie Fields)

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What I knew to be the Mcbride sister on the left and Miss Jennie Parker on the right. 09110060, 09110061, and 09110062 were all located in the same area along route 28. (Thelma Susie Fields )

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The Springfield B & O Depot. It was located new the Springfield Hill Cemetary. (Thelma Susie Fields) (Brendan Smith wrote: “)

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Thelma Susie Fields wrote: ” I am guessing… It appears to be what I knew as the residence of Jennie Parker. Dr. Kirk’s office can be seen in the background. Same area as 09110060, 09110061 and 09110062.

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A RPPC of people waiting to catch a train in Greenspring. They are standing on the opposite side of the tracks from the train station. (Thelma Susie Fields)

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The Parker school house at Milleson’s Mill. (Thelma Susie Fields)

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Thelma Susie Fields wrote: ” I think that this is a Spring Gap picture. If I am correct this was a store operated by Matey Streets. Maybe someone form Spring Gap will confirm this. “

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Brendan Smith wrote: “Wappocomo. This home belonged to the Parsons family and is along the Potomac by the Potomac Eagle scenic railway stop. Built by Nicholas Casey. “

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Thelma Susie Fields wrote: ” I am guessing at this but I think these are at the Kuykendall house along route 28 owned by Greg and Jane McBride.”

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Thelma Susie Fields wrote: “I believe is the slave quarters at the Kuykendall house located on route 28. Owned by Greg and Jane McBride.

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The Blue’s house at Wappacoma (Thelma Susie Fields)

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The Washington House restored by Mike and Carol Shaw (Thelma Susie Fields)

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The Springfield Methodist Church built in 1851. (wrote: Thelma Susie Fields)

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The Springfield Methodist Church built in 1851. (wrote: Thelma Susie Fields)

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One thought on “Historical Society Slideshow folder 911

  1. Brendan Smith

    Picture # 09110023 is a picture of Wappocomo. This home belonged to the Parsons family and is along the Potomac by the Potomac Eagle scenic railway stop.

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