Those Places Thursday ~ #1 ~ Fenns Station

It was known as Fenns or Fenns Station. Fenns Station was in Shelby County, Indiana. It was located south of Shelbyville according to the topo, in Shelby Township.  My FENN family lived in this area before they moved to Howard County, Indiana.  Fenns Christian church was also in this area.

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