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                  Barns on East Side of Abbe road

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                                                   Comments By Linda Imhoff

 

These barns may belong to the Ackerman family. If so, they are fairly

 near St. Teresa's church on the opposite side of the road. When I

was growing up that property belonged to Rudy Blaha and was

 passed down to his daughter Jeannie Ackerman.

 
According to an old map the property was owned by the Schwartz

 family in the days that Peter Schueller would have been alive.

 Perhaps Rudy Blaha's wife was a Schwartz?

 

                                                   Comments by Hart

 

There was nothing but fields between those barns and  the next lot.

 Then about 12 years ago, one of their boys built in the field. When

the Ford motor company bought up property north of the tracks ,one

 of the other boys purchased a house that had to be torn down and

 moved it right next to the next lot.  There are a lot of Ackerman

 children and several have built in the fields.

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