11035 Route 333
The following information was supplied by Alison Longenecker:
"According to my research, my property was carved out of the original 1767 Thomas Wilson survey and conveyed to Robert Campbell, as we are right where Licking Creek and Tuscarora Creek meet. I'm having trouble nailing down a paper trail from this point until about the 1870s when Stewart McCulloch and his wife Margaretta owned it and operated a grist mill as well as a woolen mill beside the Lehman's Bridge (at that time called McCulloch's Bridge). I'm not sure which house Stewart lived in as there were several on the property, which contained 2 tracts of land and included the property across the creek at John Sheaffer's as far as I can tell."
"Charles and Maggie Meloy bought the house at the turn of the (20th) century, and their granddaughter Gayle and her husband Ken Cisney purchased the home from his wife's estate in the late 1960s. They lived there until 1989 when they moved across the yard to Milford Street, and she's still our neighbor today!"
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