Folks enjoying food at Warder Stump Reunion

Eulanee Hathaway, 87, at Warden Stump Reunion

The well-kept Knott's Cemetery at Orma

Meadow on the left fork of Sycamore

Alexander Shock cabin (circa 1860s) at Shock,
mouth of Tanner, will soon be torn down

Lookin' up Hog Run and Pidgeon Roost,
which goes back to Sand Ridge and Sassafras Ridge, according to
Eugene and Leonard Marks, who live along Sycamore

The old Poling grist mill on the left fork of Sycamore,
the old store once stood across the road

This Lama owned by the Burrows family at the head of Frozen
was working up a spit, just as we left

Early families placed pictures of loved ones
on tombstone (Knotts Cemetery)

Rolls of hay in pasture along Euclid-Nicut Road

Original invention: A toilet paper holder in rural outhouse

Flag hangs across door of Knott's Church at Orma

Jeanette Starcher and Alecia Alcaraz May
pose behind bars at old Calhoun jail

The Riggs Girls come to the Riggs Reunion

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