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That is so neat! I didn’t know you could do that. I’ll have to go back and stay there. My ancestors were from there! Thanks for responding. Visit stallingsfamilysearch.com & carey-family-tree.com. Mary Ann

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Thanks. I’m so glad to hear from you. I wondered about the silage. My father had a dairy and kept his silage in a silo. I wish I had known about your friends. I can imagine my ancestors living there. It’s rather like the farm I grew up on in Kentucky. I’d certainly like to know the history. Take care. Mary Ann


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Well, a Stallings from Louisville. I grew up in Washington County, KY, and now live in Erlanger, KY. We must be kin! Do you come down through Richard Stallings who came to Calvert County, Maryland, in 1657? My maiden name was Mary Ann Stallings. It’s now Kincer.


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Thanks for you reply. I have two websites, stallingsfamilysearch.com and carey-family-tree.com. You might enjoy them. I’ve had a lot of fun traveling to check out my ancestors. Take care. Mary Ann Stallings Kincer


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