Leone Fogle Hartshorn


Submitted by Anita Hartshorn

Leone Fogle Hartshorn. "Taken at Russett when the road was still dirt. Behind her is her dad's (Lee Fogle) old truck. And on the same side of the road you can barely see, the Samuel Wilson home, (her home). On the other side of the road is the large house that was used both as a store and home at times. Jane Stump Poling and Walter Stump, (siblings,) lived there, in the late 60's and 70's. They were such gentil, and christian people. Camden Stump, I believe had a store there at one time. We used to stop by there on our way to Russett school. We went down over the bank and walked the swinging bridge to school That was kind of tricky at times because not all of the floor was covered," says Mrs. Hartshorn's daughter, Anita Vannoy.

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