- Jim & Cindy bought 112 acres, including this house, on 16 March 1904.
- They paid $2000 for the property.
- 2-story house had seven rooms, plus a porch the length of the house on both levels.
- According to Jim’s niece Cindy Hopkins Saylor, troops used the house during the Civil War and blood stains left by wounded soldiers remained on the upstairs walls and porch when they moved in.
- Jim & Cindy sold this farm in October 1919 and bought another farm at Gum Sulphur, also in Rockcastle County.
- Location: On what is now the Old Brodhead Road
- Date: May 1909
- Event: Elmer Henry Hopkins, son of Jim’s 1st cousin Stephen Henry Hopkins, visiting from Oregon.
- Credit: Photo taken by Elmer Henry Hopkins and shared by his grandson John S. Hopkins.
- To Author: James Arton Hopkins and Lucinda Howard: great-grandparents