See: Ruth Poteat Bender's Story
They had a copy of this booklet made for us, and we have it somewhere in our archives from the years we operated the inn. I could not quickly find it now and do not have time to search. However, later in the winter when I have time to find it, I would provide copies in exchange for a contribution of at least $10 to the Caswell County Historical Association to benefit the county History Museum in Yanceyville.
Source: Lib McPherson, President Caswell County Historical Association 28 September 2003 Post to Rootsweb NCCaswell Message Board.
This is the writeup that was in the paper after my Grandparents home burned. I lived there for about four years.
"Glenburnie" Dr. William Stamps home owned by Thomas M. Angle ("The Angle Place")
Montrose and Lois Angle had three children: Lois Sydnor (10/6/1925), Robert Thomas (9/12/1927) and Margaret Johnsie (11/19/1929). Lois Sydnor married James Stephens Love on February, 1949 in the Presbyterian Church in Milton and they live in Danville, Virginia. they have four children: Steve (Jr.), Harriet Newman, Edgar Montrose, and Jean Sydnor. Robert Thomas married Lucy Jane Perkinson in the First Presbyterian Church in Danville on February 27, 1954 and they reside in Milton and have three children: Nancy Louise married to Carl Carroll; Robert Edward, and Clay Benton. Margaret Johnsie married John Miller Wells Crowley from Wilmington, N.C. in 1957 at home in Milton. They live in Wilmington and have four children: Johnsie Lynn married Gene Atkinson and they have two children, Tonya and Jason; Martha Katherine married Donald Morton and they have a daughter, Amanda Christiane; Robert Sidbury and Elizabeth Dail.
Adding my small bit of information about the Angle family has been a joy to share. Milton is a very, very special town and those of us who grew up there have many fond memories; such as, afternoons at "Big Rock." When we girls went down and yelled "girls" the boys would not get out and put their clothes on, so we had to enlist the help of parents; climbing in Aunt Fannie Gordon's apple tree on the way home from the creek; roller skating down the sidewalk next to "Miss Whits" rock wall; taking turns riding on Mr. Kilby's running board; sitting on the Episcopal Church steps where everyone gathered to chat; going to all the churches in town and feeling such a part of each, and reaping the rewards of wonderful lessons taught by our family, friends, teachers and neighbors.
Lois Sydnor Angle Love
123 Candlewood Road