The  Shelby  Republican
Thursday, March 2, 1893
House Burned Near Morristown
          The farm residence of  John Ingalls, living about two miles south of Morristown was burned about 8 o'clock Thursday night together with all its contents.  It was a story and a half structure and valued at about $1,000.  It is not known how it originated nor how much insurance was carried.  The light from the burning structure could be plainly seen from this city.
Submitted by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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