For Sarasota woman, the gift of a (really long) lifetime

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Ruth Clark grew up in the late 1900s without running water or electricity in her home near the town cemetery in Harvard, Ill. Full Story
T Taylor

Stevensville, MT

#1 Dec 10, 2010
You stated, "...grew up in the late 1900s?" and yet also stated she had a really long lifetime? How can that be? The late 1900s ended only 10 years ago. Did you mean the 1800s?

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