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I live just outside of Glen Rock Pa and have had plenty of my own ''strange'' experiences however I had never heard about the suicide of the bar owner which is now finley's tavern in Seven Valleys. What was the name of the bar in 1970? There has to be more information on this death somewhere in newspaper archives or something.
I would love to know more details. Of course we think that a lot of our experiences possibly stem from the days of the Civil War. We did find out that our home has been here since 1850 and that our property was used as an Encampment of Union soldiers that were placed here to protect the bridges from the Confederates.
    We are also very close to Hanover Junction and had a very strange experience after visiting the Hanover Junction Museum just last month. Anyone with any informtion about this area or would like to know more of what we have experienced I would love to talk to you.

And yes this is the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War and experiences seem to be more frequent than normal.
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Comment by Shelby: Finley was the owner. He was my step-grandfather.


Comment by John: I turned 21 in 1967 and knew Tony Finley who was bartender and son of the owner but I do not remember his name. Spent a lot of nights down there with a guy named Gene Nelson who was a good old country boy from the south.
We worked together at AMF until I got drafted. Everyone referred to Tony's father as OLD Man Finley. It was know as Finley's Tavern at least back into the 1950s. I never heard about the suicide until I saw your post.
In regards to the Civil War... Here is a fact that you might not know. Jeb Stuart and his cavalry got lost in the Seven Valleys area and that is why he arrived at Gettysburg too late to be a factor in the battle.

I was also informed that had Stuart arrived earlier... the south would have won the battle. A little known historical fact. It is also said that cannon fire from Gettysburg was heard in Seven Valleys and that Stuart's out riders could not figure out which direction to head and Stuart lingered around Seven Valleys for a day and 1/2 before figuring out which way to go.
I will looked into the possible suicide since I am also curious. Here is my e-mail address if you wish to open communications to get back to you once I get all the facts straight jhouston101 @verizon. net John Houston you can also message me on face book if you like.

 

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