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On the Farm

A good time was had by all and family members are enthusiastically planning the 2014 event, so circle your calendars for the first Sunday in October 2014. It won’t be the same if you are not there!

100 + guests attend Sunday, Oct 6

Family Wallace 2013 Reunion

The only remaining building from the Mustang Community “downtown” is the creamery. During the 1920s, the creamery was just one of a number  of buildings including a store, blacksmith shop, filling station and the store owner’s residence.

Home to more than just the Wallaces

The Mustang Community

It could really operate as it always did, except for the fact that it would “smoke” up the house. Soooo, maybe not. Although it would be fun to have a wood-burning stove working in the kitchen, I’m not into smoky walls.....

Thanks to Uncle Milburn, the stove remains where it always set...

Grandma’s Home Comfort Stove
On the Farm

In 2002, Mark agreed to gathering money for the Wallace family to donate a lamp post to the city of Clifton in honor of Joseph Marion Wallace. A number of family members graciously donated to this project and the lamp post was purchased.

Clifton is a Main Street City with many ways to support the town...

Clifton, Texas Lamp Post Project

Jack & Jonelle Sullivan traveled from New Mexico (farther than any other) to the Reunion.