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Sang Run, page 2


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place. No one had lived in it for a long time. What I am going to say is true as God lets me live. I with my oldest sister Margaret went to look for our brother. There was an old cemetery by the old log house. When we came to the rail fence surrounding the house there was an old man and woman standing in the doorway. The old man wore a slim beard reaching down to his waist, and the old woman was throwing out dish water. I asked them if they had seen my brother Will. They did not answer after many attempts to question them. This scared us and we ran home. No one believed us as the house had been unoccupied for many years, and no one answered the description of these two old people. In later years I learned that before this experience of seeing the two old people in the doorway of the abandoned log-house a tragedy of some sort had occurred there.

Editor's Note: Places, teachers and dates of the first schools in Garrett County: (1) Blooming: Rose, 1795, Robinson Savage; (2) Sang Run (Wm. Waller Hoye Farm), 1820, John Yaldwin; (3) Sunnyside, 1823, Miss Nancy Thayer; (4) Sang Run, 1830, James Warren; (5) Little Meadows (near Tomlinson's Inn), 1842, Charles Slemaker.




ID:
gctg174

Creator:
J. Frank Browning

Notes:
A typical scene in Garrett County during the deer season the first week in December. Picture through the courtesy of Francis Ruge, game warden.

Date:
1956

Collection Location:
Ruth Enlow Library, Oakland

Original Size:
22 x 15 cms

Subject:
Maryland, History

Coverage:
Western Maryland, 1750-1963

 
 
Western Maryland Regional Library
100 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

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