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Marian Cornish Rawson Marian Cornish Rawson from Rathdrum, Idaho wrote on February 12, 2021 at 3:57 pm:
My name is Marian L Cornish (Birth Name). I was raised in Lemoore and the Granddaughter of Charles E Taylor and Eunice Taylor who Had a home just up the street from where the museum is now, at 640 D Street. My grandfather Charles E Taylor moved from Tennessee in 1901 and Delivered Mail for the Lemoore Post Office for 37 years. Our family Lived in the Country next to the Rhodes'sProperty, and I believe it was one of the Rhodes Family that was plowing in his field and saw the Electric lines catch fire and start toward out house and he called the Fire Department. No one was home at our house as My dad Benton Raney was up on our River Ranch Plowing the fields. Glendale Ave. My family started the Taylor Cemetery. Our house burned to the ground in 1963 when I was 10 years old. It was an adobe built by my grandfathers brothers who settled before my grandfather arrived from Tennessee.
I may not live there anymore, but my Heart Belongs in Lemoore for ever. Wish I had a photo of our house at 640 D St.
Thank you for all the work you do on this site, as I know so many of the names that are listed on the Notables list.God Bless you for all your work.
Marian Cornish Rawson
Donna Wood Donna Wood from Santa Monica, Ca wrote on November 14, 2020 at 12:35 pm:
I was stationed in Lemoore in 1980 and have always been intrigued by this house. However it took 40 years for me to actually see the inside of it! On my walk this morning I saw several people putting up Christmas decorations. I asked about the house and to my delight was invited in! What a treat, and what a beautiful piece of the history of our lovely, little town of Lemoore. Thank you Mike Betcher for the informative, spur of the moment tour. It was a pleasure and really made my day!
Lynda Emanuels Lynda Emanuels from Lemoore wrote on July 5, 2020 at 1:24 pm:
Lynda Emanuels
Sherri McDannold Sherri McDannold from San Rafael, CA wrote on July 5, 2020 at 9:30 am:
I am a life long best friend of Sarah's great-great granddaughter, Leslie Knapp. I visited your website and enjoyed the history and gallery photos. Sarah donated a beautiful gift to the town of Lemoore. And, it's great that Leslie donated the dresser, the only piece of furniture in the museum that belonged to the Mooney family. One day I hope to visit the museum in person with Leslie.