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Published by:
West Kentucky Genealogy
Published:
10/28/2014
Specs:
Poster / 18" x 12"
2 pages
Category:
History
Tags:
chapel, church, Kentucky, owens

Putting gravel on a section of the Penny Road that ran along the west side of the 64O acre farm. The portion of the road graveled (it was formerly only a dirt road into which vehicles mired to their axles in the winter) extended from the north end of the road where it intersected with what was then known as the Mayfield-Egners Ferry Road over which stage coaches had once run between Fulton and Hopkinsville, Kentucky, to the Almo and Kirksey Road, a distance of about three miles. The picture was taken on the north side of Owens Chapel Church, which in recent years has been turned so that the long way of the building is parallel to the road and has been brick veneered.

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