I know what you mean, but it is a good and bad situation. Good, they sold
the easements on their large farm in the middle ofthe battlefield, bad, they
reserved the right to build one house whereve they wanted, guess where. Not
the best situation, but not the worst either.
> --- In TalkAntietam@y..., Tom Clemens <clemens@c...> wrote:
> > Yes, that is correct. A new house has just been constructed at the
> intersection and the driveway is almost exactly where the oak stood.
> I've never been one to wish ill will upon anyone, but I sure hope
> Jesse haunts that new house something FIERCE! At least a few
> unexplained, late night cannon shots should be in order.
> Mark A. Pflum
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