Jackie Monson Purdy writes of this landmark Craftsman-style house: This was the home of William Henry Jackson Foy and his wife Lillian Walker. W.H.J. Foy was the son of Edward Edwin Foy and Sarah Ann Brinson. By the time I was born in 1935, both my grandparents had passed away. My mother was a teacher in Egypt and she lived for a time lived with her uncle and his wife. They had 3 sons: Corniel Franklin Foy, William Edward Foy, and Henry Jackson Foy. When I was born they claimed me as their granddaughter and I always knew them as Grandma & Grandpa Jack. I spent many a summer and Christmas in this beautiful old home. Grandma Jack let me make biscuits and we also had fresh hams and bacon hanging in the smoke house. Many a time I watched as the old mule pulled around in a circle as they ground the sugar cane. Such happy times. The house still looks good, and they have now moved the old train station to a spot near the side of the home. We were just in Egypt this past summer of 2011.