12 responses to Union Grove and Yanceyville, NC Amish settlements
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    Shelly Barlow
    Comment on Union Grove and Yanceyville, NC Amish settlements (March 25th, 2011 at 17:24)

    does anyone know of any rent to own “plain homes” in this area? My husband and I would like to re-locate.

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    RALPH DENTON
    Comment on LOOKING FOR A AMISH TO BREAK A HORSE TO DRIVE (May 8th, 2011 at 10:45)

    LOOKING FOR A AMISH TO BREAK A HORSE TO DRIVE

    I AM LOOKING FOR A AMISH TO BREAK A 4 YEAR OLD TENN. WALKING HORSE TO PULL A DR. BUGGY . I HAVE RODE HIM SEVERAL TIMES . BUIT I HAVE A GRANDSON THAT HIS HANDICAP AND I NEED TO HAVE HIM RIDE IN A BUGGY WITH ME SO HE CAN ENJOY THE THINGS WE ENJOY. SINCE MY GRANDSON IS HANDICAP I NEED THE HORSE BROKE TO BE QUITE AND NOT RUN AWAY THE BUGGY WHILE RIDING THE GRANDSON. AND I KNOW THE AMISH IS VERY GOOD WITH WORKING WITH HORSES. I LIVE IN THE DENVER AREA. MY E-MAIL IS ralphdenton@att.net phone is 704-235-7913
    ANY HELP YOU CAN SUPPLY WITH BE A BIG HELP ON FINDING SOMEONE TO WORK WITH MY HORSE FOR US.
    MY MAILING ADDRESS IS
    RALPH DENTON ,
    6361 SHERWOOD LN.
    DENVER, NC. 28037

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    windi ross
    Comment on families (May 17th, 2011 at 11:59)

    families

    anyone no of a family willing to take in an outsider/non plain?

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    Randon Pender
    Comment on Would like to bring grandchildren to Union Grove for tour (June 25th, 2011 at 10:58)

    Would like to bring grandchildren to Union Grove for tour

    Now that school is out for the summer in our community. I’m interested in taking our grandchildren to communities in NC to see other cultures and lifestyles. Would it be possible for someone to take us on a tour or your community? Is there a fee and what date, day and time would be a convenient time to visit?

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    Frank
    Comment on Kettle cooker (December 2nd, 2012 at 09:26)

    Kettle cooker

    I am looking for An Amish welder interested in Some work. I will pay them to build me a kettle corn machine. Please contact m via email or by phone at 704 989-3206 if you are interested. I have an older kettle corn machine built by the Amish which can be used as a guide.

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    Michael
    Comment on Union Grove and Yanceyville, NC Amish settlements (April 27th, 2013 at 09:08)

    About the church building….Union Grove follows in the line of Somerset County historically (they also use a hymnbook other than the Ausbund). I may not have the sequence just right, but Union Grove comes from Guthrie, KY which came out of either Stuarts Draft, VA or Virginia Beach, VA (both now Beachy churches). Those churches descended from Somerset Amish ….so now you have the connection! :-) I.m a native of the Tarheel state used to attend the Union Grove Amish church and love those people!

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    Kathy Ellison Frankenfield
    Comment on Looking for an Amish Woman...dear friend of the family (December 30th, 2013 at 22:55)

    Looking for an Amish Woman...dear friend of the family

    Hello,
    My name is Kathy Ellison Frankenfield and I am a daughter of Lillian Ellison of Burlington, NC. I am searching for a dear, sweet Amish woman in the area by the name of Dee Fogleman. She is a friend of my mother’s. I need to reach her to let her know that my father, Carl Ellison, passed away on December 14, 2013. My mother wants very much to talk to Mrs. Fogelman. Would it be possible, if you know Dee Fogleman (a woman in her 60’s) to ask if she knows Lillian Ellison of Burlington, NC? If so, I would like to speak with her. She could write to me at 20040 Apple Ridge Lane, Spring Hill, KS 66083. Or if you are able to provide her contact information, I could call or write to her if you could email me her information. Thank you if you can help me with this very important matter. Sincerely, Kathy Ellison Frankenfield

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    Comment on location (June 16th, 2014 at 09:09)

    location

    I plan on visiting Union Grove. Is there a restaurant that the serves Amish food, or that is run by Amish? I heard some od the stores are hard to find, could you name of stores and location. thank you, Betty Baker

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    Forest
    Comment on Union Grove and Yanceyville, NC Amish settlements (June 16th, 2014 at 15:51)

    Do a search for “Shiloh General Store, Hamptonville, NC” You can also see comments on Tripadvisor.com about it.

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