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  1. Cris Murphy
    December 18, 2015

    The Careyville map is a copyright.
    Can I put it on a sweatshirt as a Christmas gift for an 80 year old gentleman who was born there. The family had the Rooney dairy and we would like to print this as a Christmas gift. We are simply creating a sweatshirt
    May we have your permission
    Please let me know as soon as you can
    Thank you for your consideration and Merry Christmas

    • Darlene Talford Cliff
      April 17, 2016

      Chris, I just happened to come across this site and noticed your comment about your family member who was born in Caryville. I also had relatives that were born and raised there, going back to the first settlers. If you care to share the name of your family member, I can tell you more if you wish.

  2. Chris Stephan
    January 16, 2016

    Caryville is a wonderful little town. I attended many services at the church and because of all the haunted press they had to install security cameras. The church and school house have all been vandalized numerous times. They have been so bad that now on Holloween they open up the church and school house to people and serve chili. 1 no pastor ever hung himself in the bellfry. 2 a boy did die that attended the school but he died at the hospital from tuberculosis. Many paranormal investigators have been there and found absolutely zero.

  3. William Andrews
    January 17, 2016

    Many thanks for posting this story and writing the accompanying book, Travis! My Andrews ancestors owned one
    of the houses in Caryville. I’m trying to find out from my father if you captured it in one of your photographs.
    –Wm. J. Andrews

    • Kate
      July 19, 2016

      My family lived above Caryville until I was 5. I remember riding bikes down the huge hill to the grocery store it get a treat. So beautiful down there.

  4. Kate
    July 19, 2016

    I forgot to mention our neighbors were the Andrews

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