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                                 Kelling's House

 

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This is a picture of the Kelling's House on Lake Breeze Road and Abbe Rd.

Peter Schueller's wife was a Kelling. If you you at the map, the Kelling house was not

to far from the Schueller's farm.

Linda Imhoff wrote a note to me, explaining where the Kelling house was located. She

says " there was a porch on this house at one time and the house was blue. I may

have been living in Ashland County, when they remodeled the house, so I didn't see

the process. The house is on the Lake side east of Abbe Road, not too far east. If you

look at the map , you can see how wide  their property was".

 

                                    

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