Good Old Days

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  1. Anonymous says:

    This house was the home of Martin Gnann. In the mid 1940s it was purchased by Leon and Annie Mae Exley when he came to operatell the first Co-op Store (farm store for feed and seed). After her husband had a bad stroke Annie Mae had a boarding house table offering a noon meal for people from courthouse across the street and businesses before restaurants were available. The upper floor apartment was used by family and rentef out from time to time. The house became home to Annie Mae and her widowed daughter Rebecca Wilson. When Annie Mae’s health failure Rebecca relocated and the county purchased the house for the probation office. It burned. The location was where the current Effingham Judicial Center is now located.

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