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John

Louisville, KY

#68 Nov 14, 2013
I was at Ormsby Village in 1968-69 and was a troubled teen and really learned a lot about life while living there. My cottage Mother was Mrs Bussle to whom I owe a lot to for making me a better person. I think it was cottage seven and I often went back later in life just to remember and to see the place that helped me turn my life around.
I was only fifteen when I was sent there and have a lot of nice memories about being at the facility. I know mrs Bussle has been gone for a long time because she was up in age when I was at her cottage. She was a great lady that I will always remember...
joan haynes

Ormond Beach, FL

#69 Feb 17, 2014
Eric Ormsby Sakal wrote:
It's not long gone... it's a historical land mark. Although a lot of the land around it has been converted to buildings and streets the original house is still there with a little bit of land. It is right behind the jefferson county federal credit union bank. It is my great great grand father's house, hamilton ormsby.
Joan..I lived there for 12 years with my parents. my dad was an electrician and mom sewed for the kids that lived at the facility. It was a beautiful but lonely place to grow up
Timothy kays

United States

#70 Oct 28, 2014
dynamo hum wrote:
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i lived right across the street from it,it dosent exist anymore , its all highways and office buildings now , but when it was ormsby village it was a beautiful wooded area , now it dosent even resemble what it once was ..it was on lagrange and whipps mill road . its looooong gone tho
What a shame I loved that place!
Timothy Kays

United States

#71 Oct 29, 2014
Eric Ormsby Sakal wrote:
It's not long gone... it's a historical land mark. Although a lot of the land around it has been converted to buildings and streets the original house is still there with a little bit of land. It is right behind the jefferson county federal credit union bank. It is my great great grand father's house, hamilton ormsby.
I believe that my aunt Etta Kays lived in the original house which we reeferd to as the college it sat on a hill she had a dog his name was Regret. does anyone remember and Ms Etta Kays and her dog Regret in was this college the same as the original house.

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