This is the home built by Calloway P. ROLLER and Mary Ann CARTER. Their son William Hasque ROLLER, told his grandson, Bobbie F. ROLLER, that when they moved to the home he and his sister were small and they rode in the back of a sleigh (so it must have been winter) and his mother (Mary Ann CARTER) had all of her kitchen utensils in a flour sack.
See their Family Picture
This home is still standing and after the deaths of William H. ROLLER and his wife Rebecca, it remained in the family and their grandson Archie Pridemore ROLLER resided in it until his death in 1998. It was well over 100 years old, and sadly burned down in 2005 (see comments below).
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Photos are the property of Bobbie Nicholson