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William Richard and Perneacy Robinson Love Farmstead, Reno Co., Kansas

William Richard and Perneacy Robinson Love Farmstead, Reno Co., Kansas

William Richard (10 Apr 1839 - 14 Jun 1921) and Perneacy Robinson (3 Sept 1857 - 30 Nov 1930) Love farm stead. William served in the Confederate Army. Born in South Carolina and raised in Mississippi, moved to Kansas in the 1880s. William and Perneacy had thirteen children. William and Perneacy are my wife's great grandparents.

Everyone in the photograph is unknown, but they are all Love family members. This house is now gone, but the land is still in the Love family. One interesting thing is, the Love's brought with them from Mississippi, day lily flowers which were planted near the home. There is now a large area of day lilies near where the house once stood. Descendants of the Love family go there and dig there own day lilies to plant near their own homes.

Photo taken about 1900, Center Township, Reno Co., Kansas.

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