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Spent my childhood in Cecilia. Met many kind and wonderful people. As small towns go there were many secrets that everyone knew..the father who worked all day and held his family up all night holding a shot gun on them threatening to kill them if they fell asleep, the banker, neither Templeton or Carter, who would approach people of low education, who had no families but did have people that cared for them and have them sign over what estate they had to the bank, and the people who return after a time who led a widow believe he was mowing the back lot as a neighborly thing to do, then turned around without letting her know that he had sold the same land as part of his subdivision. So now there is a full scale war on between the children of the victim and the buyers who were also victimized. Mean actions, violent behavior, against the children, when the person who is responsible for the problem in the first place is receiving no animosity. This is Christian Behavior? Money talks and some of the testimony I have heard knowing how the situations were with certain families in the neighborhood baffle me. The widow in question was a kind, loving person who lost her husband at a young age and raised her children to be honorable and productive people. This is a travesty of justice if there ever was one. The man who sold the land to begin with should beheld responsible to the buyers to pay what is due to the estate..Thou shalt not steal is, if I a not mistaken, one of the top 3 commandments set forth by GOD himself. It sickens me to see how people I have know from childhood could behave in such a manner.
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Nancy is a fine person and her family is one of the nicest in the area. It hurts to hear bad things said about them. The situation she talks about is unbelievable that it could have happen in this day and time. Squatters went out when the west was settled.
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Nancy wrote:
Spent my childhood in Cecilia. Met many kind and wonderful people. As small towns go there were many secrets that everyone knew..the father who worked all day and held his family up all night holding a shot gun on them threatening to kill them if they fell asleep, the banker, neither Templeton or Carter, who would approach people of low education, who had no families but did have people that cared for them and have them sign over what estate they had to the bank, and the people who return after a time who led a widow believe he was mowing the back lot as a neighborly thing to do, then turned around without letting her know that he had sold the same land as part of his subdivision. So now there is a full scale war on between the children of the victim and the buyers who were also victimized. Mean actions, violent behavior, against the children, when the person who is responsible for the problem in the first place is receiving no animosity. This is Christian Behavior? Money talks and some of the testimony I have heard knowing how the situations were with certain families in the neighborhood baffle me. The widow in question was a kind, loving person who lost her husband at a young age and raised her children to be honorable and productive people. This is a travesty of justice if there ever was one. The man who sold the land to begin with should beheld responsible to the buyers to pay what is due to the estate..Thou shalt not steal is, if I a not mistaken, one of the top 3 commandments set forth by GOD himself. It sickens me to see how people I have know from childhood could behave in such a manner.
Well then,name the man; the is the net and if you must post it anonymously. Most small town bankers were and are corrupt as Goldman Sachs on Wall St. People need to learn nothing matters but what's on legal paper and have the means to enforce that. The system is absolutely corrupt now.Bring the corrupt to light for all to see,
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There are people who will take advantage of people regardless of their trade. It happens!!!!! Probably more often than we would like to think. It come down to the type of person you are and fighting for what is right. The fighting for what is right will cost you in more ways than you think. Honor, monetary, stress and time just to mention a few. You have to pick your battles. I believe you are held accountable for what you do in life and the time will come you answer for your choices. You have to accept the consequences for your actions. So make good decisions.
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Certainly not confused on this one. Already saw this post once before. De-ja-vue.. And it was REMOVED!!! And if you notice the poster "confused" from vine grove speaks of not saying anything bad about this "nancy". If I remember correctly there was some comments about drinking and maybe looking in the mirror to make sure she was clean before she started throwing stones.
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Nancy wrote:
Spent my childhood in Cecilia. Met many kind and wonderful people. As small towns go there were many secrets that everyone knew..the father who worked all day and held his family up all night holding a shot gun on them threatening to kill them if they fell asleep, the banker, neither Templeton or Carter, who would approach people of low education, who had no families but did have people that cared for them and have them sign over what estate they had to the bank, and the people who return after a time who led a widow believe he was mowing the back lot as a neighborly thing to do, then turned around without letting her know that he had sold the same land as part of his subdivision. So now there is a full scale war on between the children of the victim and the buyers who were also victimized. Mean actions, violent behavior, against the children, when the person who is responsible for the problem in the first place is receiving no animosity. This is Christian Behavior? Money talks and some of the testimony I have heard knowing how the situations were with certain families in the neighborhood baffle me. The widow in question was a kind, loving person who lost her husband at a young age and raised her children to be honorable and productive people. This is a travesty of justice if there ever was one. The man who sold the land to begin with should beheld responsible to the buyers to pay what is due to the estate..Thou shalt not steal is, if I a not mistaken, one of the top 3 commandments set forth by GOD himself. It sickens me to see how people I have know from childhood could behave in such a manner.
Seems to me like this is someone instigating and stirring it up. Huh? Got anything real you want to share with the world? How are you privileged to all this info? Tell me about your Christianity.
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Nancy wrote:
Spent my childhood in Cecilia. Met many kind and wonderful people. As small towns go there were many secrets that everyone knew..the father who worked all day and held his family up all night holding a shot gun on them threatening to kill them if they fell asleep, the banker, neither Templeton or Carter, who would approach people of low education, who had no families but did have people that cared for them and have them sign over what estate they had to the bank, and the people who return after a time who led a widow believe he was mowing the back lot as a neighborly thing to do, then turned around without letting her know that he had sold the same land as part of his subdivision. So now there is a full scale war on between the children of the victim and the buyers who were also victimized. Mean actions, violent behavior, against the children, when the person who is responsible for the problem in the first place is receiving no animosity. This is Christian Behavior? Money talks and some of the testimony I have heard knowing how the situations were with certain families in the neighborhood baffle me. The widow in question was a kind, loving person who lost her husband at a young age and raised her children to be honorable and productive people. This is a travesty of justice if there ever was one. The man who sold the land to begin with should beheld responsible to the buyers to pay what is due to the estate..Thou shalt not steal is, if I a not mistaken, one of the top 3 commandments set forth by GOD himself. It sickens me to see how people I have know from childhood could behave in such a manner.
I have talked with the family and found out about some of what you claim and my advice to you would be to keep your damned trailer trash mouth shut. They are not interested in you putting all this on the internet. And further more, from what some of them tell me, you need to clean your own closets for some of your family's recent actions. You've heard about glass houses and throwing rocks? STFU!!! It will all be good. They don't need your help.
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Leave well enough alone. People involved will take care of what happened if INDEED anything did happen. Not your concern to point out things you listed. If you knew about the gun and holding families hostage then, why are you bringing it out NOW??????? I have to agree with "Instigator". Funny you never came back with any answers for people. So your point in bringing this up was?????
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When people stick their noses into stuff then sometimes they get burned. Need to make sure your nose is clean before you jump. It is sad about what some families have to endure as children but the answer to that problem is what you do when you become an adult that matters.
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Nancy wrote:
Spent my childhood in Cecilia. Met many kind and wonderful people. As small towns go there were many secrets that everyone knew..the father who worked all day and held his family up all night holding a shot gun on them threatening to kill them if they fell asleep, the banker, neither Templeton or Carter, who would approach people of low education, who had no families but did have people that cared for them and have them sign over what estate they had to the bank, and the people who return after a time who led a widow believe he was mowing the back lot as a neighborly thing to do, then turned around without letting her know that he had sold the same land as part of his subdivision. So now there is a full scale war on between the children of the victim and the buyers who were also victimized. Mean actions, violent behavior, against the children, when the person who is responsible for the problem in the first place is receiving no animosity. This is Christian Behavior? Money talks and some of the testimony I have heard knowing how the situations were with certain families in the neighborhood baffle me. The widow in question was a kind, loving person who lost her husband at a young age and raised her children to be honorable and productive people. This is a travesty of justice if there ever was one. The man who sold the land to begin with should beheld responsible to the buyers to pay what is due to the estate..Thou shalt not steal is, if I a not mistaken, one of the top 3 commandments set forth by GOD himself. It sickens me to see how people I have know from childhood could behave in such a manner.
Interesting choice of words. As was the stealing and the commandments and sickening me and bringing in God. Couldn't have spoken those words any better. We all know people that this applies to. Let's read them again.
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Nancy wrote:
Spent my childhood in Cecilia. Met many kind and wonderful people. As small towns go there were many secrets that everyone knew..the father who worked all day and held his family up all night holding a shot gun on them threatening to kill them if they fell asleep, the banker, neither Templeton or Carter, who would approach people of low education, who had no families but did have people that cared for them and have them sign over what estate they had to the bank, and the people who return after a time who led a widow believe he was mowing the back lot as a neighborly thing to do, then turned around without letting her know that he had sold the same land as part of his subdivision. So now there is a full scale war on between the children of the victim and the buyers who were also victimized. Mean actions, violent behavior, against the children, when the person who is responsible for the problem in the first place is receiving no animosity. This is Christian Behavior? Money talks and some of the testimony I have heard knowing how the situations were with certain families in the neighborhood baffle me. The widow in question was a kind, loving person who lost her husband at a young age and raised her children to be honorable and productive people. This is a travesty of justice if there ever was one. The man who sold the land to begin with should beheld responsible to the buyers to pay what is due to the estate..Thou shalt not steal is, if I a not mistaken, one of the top 3 commandments set forth by GOD himself. It sickens me to see how people I have know from childhood could behave in such a manner.
what no more info? ppl want to know. who, when, who!
All grown up now

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Nancy wrote:
Spent my childhood in Cecilia. Met many kind and wonderful people. As small towns go there were many secrets that everyone knew..the father who worked all day and held his family up all night holding a shot gun on them threatening to kill them if they fell asleep, the banker, neither Templeton or Carter, who would approach people of low education, who had no families but did have people that cared for them and have them sign over what estate they had to the bank, and the people who return after a time who led a widow believe he was mowing the back lot as a neighborly thing to do, then turned around without letting her know that he had sold the same land as part of his subdivision. So now there is a full scale war on between the children of the victim and the buyers who were also victimized. Mean actions, violent behavior, against the children, when the person who is responsible for the problem in the first place is receiving no animosity. This is Christian Behavior? Money talks and some of the testimony I have heard knowing how the situations were with certain families in the neighborhood baffle me. The widow in question was a kind, loving person who lost her husband at a young age and raised her children to be honorable and productive people. This is a travesty of justice if there ever was one. The man who sold the land to begin with should beheld responsible to the buyers to pay what is due to the estate..Thou shalt not steal is, if I a not mistaken, one of the top 3 commandments set forth by GOD himself. It sickens me to see how people I have know from childhood could behave in such a manner.
What? Did you just disappear from the face of the earth? LOL! Bring it up, stir it up then dive under the covers. You sicken me!
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She made her point... What more do you want?????? They know who they are and they know what they have done.
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That is what you are. "Said her peace".PLEASE......bullsh it!!!!! That's exactly what was stirred up. Its obvious she wanted the drama to continue or else it would not be on here!!!! Christian.... bullshit again, I myself am not, but know the Bible inside and out. Christians don't need to "say their peace" if she had any dignity at all, her own peace would be found within her home, not here on the biggest gossip link on Earth. Geeze.... there is no integrity in this world anymore. People like Nancy with her hypicritical two way street crap is why People like me are so bitter. Grown the f'ck up, mind your own household, grow a pair snd deal with your dislikes, instead of sitting behind a keyboard posing as some two faced christian, when you threw the first stone by cresting this forum!!!!
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Jul 7, 2012
 
Everyone has a right to their opinion. Nancy was telling the truth. What she said happened and a whole lot more. Everyone knew bad things were happening but that was the time that you were suppose to mind your own business . Then innocent children were hurt and warped for people minding their own business. I think speaking out leads to knowledge and certainly got the truth out on such a terrible family situation. Take a good long look at the children and how messed up they are today because no one spoke up. Jail, alcohols, liars and much much more is what is cause by not speaking up.

They are adults now and they follow in the parents footsteps. Anyone that studies psychology knows the pattern. If you don't like what being said then don't read. Keep God out of this. People profess too strongly on the god issue. Live you life everyday and every minute the way you should and forget the screaming religion!!!!
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Jul 7, 2012
 
I think all of this is an injustice cause by greedy people that will go to any length to get what they want. Lie, bribe, cheat and steal and all in the name of getting what they want. What a shame that innocient people have to deal with the people.
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Jul 8, 2012
 
I heard parish green was the drink of choice for that family. Bondage and some really scary sexual habits. Exposure to kids and some really sick stuff. No wonder they are messed up as adults. Liars is the one that is really hard to take. They will say anything if paid enough money. So you better watch your back with them. They will turn on you for a dime.
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Jul 27, 2012
 
Nancy wrote:
Spent my childhood in Cecilia. Met many kind and wonderful people. As small towns go there were many secrets that everyone knew..the father who worked all day and held his family up all night holding a shot gun on them threatening to kill them if they fell asleep, the banker, neither Templeton or Carter, who would approach people of low education, who had no families but did have people that cared for them and have them sign over what estate they had to the bank, and the people who return after a time who led a widow believe he was mowing the back lot as a neighborly thing to do, then turned around without letting her know that he had sold the same land as part of his subdivision. So now there is a full scale war on between the children of the victim and the buyers who were also victimized. Mean actions, violent behavior, against the children, when the person who is responsible for the problem in the first place is receiving no animosity. This is Christian Behavior? Money talks and some of the testimony I have heard knowing how the situations were with certain families in the neighborhood baffle me. The widow in question was a kind, loving person who lost her husband at a young age and raised her children to be honorable and productive people. This is a travesty of justice if there ever was one. The man who sold the land to begin with should beheld responsible to the buyers to pay what is due to the estate..Thou shalt not steal is, if I a not mistaken, one of the top 3 commandments set forth by GOD himself. It sickens me to see how people I have know from childhood could behave in such a manner.
ppl steal and rob ppl blind living and dead and then after they're fired, they find religion. oh, yeah, pray for me. find the lord. ask for forgiveness and move on with your life. I just don't buy it. you will pay in the hot, hot, hot afterlife.
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Jul 28, 2012
 
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ppl steal and rob ppl blind living and dead and then after they're fired, they find religion. oh, yeah, pray for me. find the lord. ask for forgiveness and move on with your life. I just don't buy it. you will pay in the hot, hot, hot afterlife.
I agree. Burn, baby, burn.
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Nancy is a fine person and her family is one of the nicest in the area. It hurts to hear bad things said about them. The situation she talks about is unbelievable that it could have happen in this day and time. Squatters went out when the west was settled.
Get this wonderful person to tell you what all her family has done. And you think you know ppl. I ain't never sticking up for ppl ever again.

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