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Reply dana morris marshall
6:35 PM on February 17, 2016 

i miss all the good people .

Reply Steve Woods
3:38 PM on October 20, 2014 

I lived in South Lebanon until the end of my 8th grade year 1976. A lot of my greatest memories wirth from that town and Elementary school. It was a sad day when I moved away. Awhole lot of friends I miss and wonder what become of them.   Steve Woods


Reply Charles Combs
11:44 PM on August 18, 2013 


Your Facebook and Web pages bring back a flood of memories for me. I sat in a pew every Sunday morning at the old Methodist church for over a decade. And right across the street was my Grandma Poe's house. I have a lot of family buried in the Cemetary on the hill...and I used to ride sleds down that same hill on Snow Days. And I can still remember making a lifelong friend, John stager, whose parents owned a small grocery store, my first day of school at South Lebanon Elementary, Mrs. Tuckers First grade class in 1955.  

Reply Alex Browning
11:16 PM on May 5, 2013 

I spent many years of my life in South Lebanon.  I have just published a book THE LAST SOUL OF WITHERSPOON.  Most of the book is about my experiences in a mountain settlement school in Buckhorn, Kentucky.  However, many people from South Lebanon are featured in my story because many of them came there from Kentucky.  I will be at the Annual Quilt Show on Friday and Saturday (May 10 and 11) with the book.  I hope many of you will stop by to say hello.  Alex Browning