Author: Michelle Monroe

Stranahan House circa 1890

From the Saint Albans Museum: This house on North Main Street was built by Lawrence Brainerd and his wife, Fidelia Gadcomb, Brainerd.  It was once considered one of the finest homes in St. Albans. It was built at the time when the wealthy of St. Albans built along North Main Street.  Later the wealthy built their mansions along Smith Street to overlook the lake, and their neighbors below. The Brainerd’s daughter, Miranda, married F. Stewart Stranahan and eventually took over the occupancy of the house. It is then the house takes on the name of “the Stranahan House” which some still refer to it as today.  F....

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Jackson ~ Neve

Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Jackson, of Enosburg Falls, Vt., are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Morgan Jackson, to Michael Neve, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Neve of Durham, N.C. Morgan, a graduate of Wake Forest School of Medicine in Winston Salem, N.C., is a physician’s assistant at a private practice in Lexington N.C. Michael graduated from Appalachian State University in Boone N.C. and is a Certified Public Accountant working at a private equity firm in Winston Salem N.C. A July wedding is...

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Meet Milo ~ A playful guy

From Franklin County Animal Rescue: Sweet Milo is a young little gentleman of about one year of age. He loves taking long naps and getting gentle pets. Milo seems to like other cats, especially females and is a playful guy. Milo was found at a local farm in Franklin County and brought to the shelter for a chance at a better life. Milo is a current resident of Franklin County Animal Rescue in St. Albans. Call: (802) 524-9650 or email: info@fcarpets.org for more...

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