Information Needed On My Grandparents House That Was Near Hamilton Place

Monday, September 14, 2020
I have been researching the history of Hamilton Place and am interested in finding the houses that were relocated from Gunbarrel Road, as one of them belonged to my grandparents, Obie and Roberta Johnson.
 
I would appreciate any and all help that anyone can give me.
 
Their address was 1913 Gunbarrel Road. It was between Igou Gap Road and Jarnigan Road.
 
Myra Rasmussen 
billras46@bellsouth.net

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