Rockland Valley

Many thanks to the Late Clevone Haskell and her family for these pictures of old Rockland farms and homes.

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Old Albert Shipp home.

Old Albert Shipp home.

The Allie Ralphs farm.

The Allie Ralphs farm.

Alvin Ralphs Hardware Store on the left.

Alvin Ralphs Hardware Store on the left.

Early home of Andrew May.

Early home of Andrew May.

The Congregational Church in Rockland.

The Congregational Church in Rockland.

This old house of Theron Stokes is quite far up East Fork.

This old house of Theron Stokes is quite far up East Fork.

Sam Sumstine Place

Sam Sumstine lived on this hill near Dry Hollow Road.

Old Barnard place.

Ezra Barnard farm now owned by Charlie Barnard.

Millie Hess Home

Widow Millie Hess’s home.

Back of Juan and Carol Spillet's home.

Back of Juan and Carol Spillet’s home.

Old Archie Robinson place.

Old Archie Robinson place.

First owned by Guadalupe Valdez. Located on the East Fork Road.

First owned by Guadalupe Valdez. Located on the East Fork Road.

Art Kress farm at Roy.

Art Kress farm at Roy.

OldRock_WhittierPlace

This farm was owned by the Rocks, then Whittiers, now vacant.

Hoffman Place

In the distance is the Hoffman farm.

Old Leo Ralphs home in Rockland, now owned by grandson Delford.

Old Leo Ralphs home in Rockland, now owned by grandson Delford.

Old Cheese Factory in Rockland.

Old Cheese Factory in Rockland.

Old Bill Brown farm now owned by Scott Weston.

Old Bill Brown farm now owned by Scott Weston.

Basil Walker Home

The Basil Walker home on the bench.

Ben Parker Barn

Old Ben Parker barn.

Burton Anderson Farm

Burton Anderson Farm up East Fork road.

Dave Morris Barn

Dave Morris’s old barn.

Old David Hutchinson home. Now owned by the Nelsons.

Old David Hutchinson home. Now owned by the Nelsons.

George Pease Place

This is the old George Pease place up Dry Hollow.

This place was owned by Art Taysom, early Rockland settler and now belongs to Gene Nelson.

This place was owned by Art Taysom, early Rockland settler and now belongs to Gene Nelson.

Coming into Rockland is the old Harold Tyler place.

Coming into Rockland is the old Harold Tyler place.

Remains of the Rockland Mercantile being burned. Note the old post office in the background.

Remains of the Rockland Mercantile being burned. Note the old post office in the background.

Tearing Down the Rockland Mercantile. October 1997.

Old Rockland Mercantile being bulldozed – October 1997.

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