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Ann Gieseke and her mother, Dortha M. Marsh, pore over historic records housed in the Hancock County Public Library's local history and genealogy room in Greenfield. Gieseke is a descendant of Martin Bash Smith, whose relatives have been taking notes of family reunions since 1896. On this day, Gieseke was deciphering handwritten pages from 1910 about a man named Eubank, who had been practicing horseshoes in a coal yard by moonlight for a month to get ready for a reunion contest. The note-taker writes, ''We Don't think this is Hardly Fair ...''
Ann Gieseke and her mother, Dortha M. Marsh, pore over historic records housed in the Hancock County Public Library's local history and genealogy room in Greenfield. Gieseke is a descendant of Martin Bash Smith, whose relatives have been taking notes of family reunions since 1896. On this day, Gieseke was deciphering handwritten pages from 1910 about a man named Eubank, who had been practicing horseshoes in a coal yard by moonlight for a month to get ready for a reunion contest. The note-taker writes, ''We Don't think this is Hardly Fair ...''


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