A few weeks ago, I was driving in the countryside to visit a friend in rural New Jersey when I spotted a white house.
I pulled over to the side of the road, just to get a closer look.
I saw a white door, a large yard with a white fence, and a black horse behind the fence.
A few years earlier, my brother-in-law and I were driving through a town near his home in southern Pennsylvania when we spotted a house of the same name.
There were signs that said “Fremont” on it.
I couldn’t believe it.
It was rural King Vincennes.
The story of the farm and the people who lived there has become a classic in rural America.
I had never heard of the place.
But after visiting it, I knew it was a true rural legend.
The story of King Vince’s farm and his family started with the first settlers, many of whom lived on the farm.
The farm was built in the 1700s.
Vince was the eldest son of a man named Thomas Vincenne, and the family was known for farming hard and working hard.
When Thomas died in 1795, his wife, Martha, took over the farming business, eventually becoming known as the “mother of the country.”
In 1810, Vincenes youngest son, John, took up the family business, and in 1824, he and his brother- in-law settled in Fremont.
A little more than 100 years later, in 1888, the Vincens bought a farm in the village of Montrose, New Jersey, about 25 miles south of the Delaware River.
John Vincena died a few years later.
In 1899, John Vancianne died in a car accident and his wife Martha moved into the farmhouse.
After her death, Martha Vincene’s son, James, married another farmer named Richard Vincenas daughter, Margaret, and moved in with her.
James Vincensee was a skilled farmer, and Margaret Vinceni became his second wife.
In the 1930s, the farm was purchased by a man from Florida named Howard Gans, who started a family in the farmhouses that were built for him.
After his death, the family moved to nearby Franklin Township, where they built homes and businesses.
Howard’s children, Robert and Helen, became the first parents of a thriving family in Fremonia.
John Vinchene, in his later years, had a great interest in medicine.
He started his own practice in Fremonica and was well known as a physician and doctor of the arts.
As a doctor, John’s practice had a strong influence on his son, Donald Vinceny, who also worked in medicine, specializing in medicine and dentistry.
Donald had been a member of the local Presbyterian church, but in his late teens, he became a practicing Christian.
At the age of 24, Donald married Susan Burdick, who had been an attorney in Fremona.
She later became a member the Presbyterian Church in Fremono, and their daughter, Carol, was a member.
Donald died in 1991, leaving Carol and Carol’s two daughters, Ann and Kathleen, as his children.
By then, the estate of John Viscenas had been divided among his children, and Carol was the one who settled on the land.
Since the late 1970s, Carol and Ann Vincenzas have lived in Fremón.
The land is now owned by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
I had no idea how important the farm is to rural America until I was in Fremon, New York, recently, to interview Dr. Anthony Kessel.
He is a renowned rural medicine physician, and he is a member, along with Dr. John Kessel, of the Fremont Community Center, a rural health clinic.
He has done work with the families of the first farmers, the first immigrants, and people who have died in this country.
He explained to me how his work with my grandfathers and the first farm workers affected the way he treated people.
He said, My grandfathers did not have to wait long for medical care.
They would get care right away, and they would get the first medical care that they needed, and then they could continue on with their lives.
Dr. Kessel is an early pioneer of medical cannabis research.
He worked with other physicians in the area, including my grandfather, and developed a series of compounds that can be used to treat diseases such as cancer, arthritis, HIV, and other conditions.
In 2007, he was the first person to be granted the permission to grow medical cannabis in the United States.
The first patient, a woman who had multiple sclerosis, was given the medical cannabis for the treatment of her disease.
Since then, hundreds of other people have received cannabis