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People that worked on the Lima Church Horse Shed in 1911


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People that worked on the Lima Church Horse Shed in 1911
The horse shed was utilized for shelter for teams while the citizens of the Albany/Lima area
were attending a church function.  The horse shed would fall into disrepair as autos became
more common in the 1920-1930's, and eventually torn down. The shed was to the north of the church.

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All of my direct surnames were very early pioneers into Fayette Co, generally in the mid 1850's.  Growing up in Fayette and trekking the hills, prairies, streams throughout the county when the small villages and farms were so active and functional before the 1960's, the now lost history and memories of the pioneer generations and lifestyles from 1840-1960 continue to hold my interests.
Barry Zbornik
625 N. Section
Hannibal, MO  63401