Maude Lemmonds had married a William Davis and was living in House 3, her mother Leavy, widow of Robert, was living in house 13, as was her brother Fred and his wife Loula (spelled Leila in the book), her sister Miss Minnie Lemmonds, and brother Samuel. Brother Harvey and his wife Lottie, my great-grandparents, were living next door in House 14.
|House on Buffalo Street typical of Mill Village homes.|
When I left, it was dark, and I did not attempt to drive down Buffalo Ave, but rest assured, my next trip to Concord, I will find out how to get, how to get to Buffalo Street.
|Two story house on Buffalo Street, probably a Supervisors home.|
|Another house on Buffalo Avenue, once Buffalo Street, Concord, NC.|