HelloFarwell will be a place for this family of four to share with those interested, information about our southern transition.


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  1. Congrats! I think it is wonderful, that the farwell house is being saved and not torn down; like so many homes and businesses that are part of the heritage of the community / town – a reminder of yesterday, if u will. I was born 1961 and I have a fondness for the old farm houses, mansions and even the old barns. The incredible architecture is just beautiful and u dont see it this day n age. When I come across old homes and buildings, I try to imagine what it must have been like to live there, in that era of time. I love the old horse n buggy pictures, stories and the beautiful dresses n hats the ladies wore – my Dad was a collector of sorts and at one time, in my childhood; we had a total of I think 5 wagons and buggies in our back yard – I think this started my love of the olden days. Anyways, I just wanted to drop a line and let u knw, I think what you’re doing is awsome and you are right on – God does work in mysterious ways and if it is meant to b, God will guide you down the right path. God Bless and I hope to see the Farwell House, in person; at your open house. Debora (Waddell) Bown, Arenzville,IL


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