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The Shelby County Historical Society and Museum held an open house Sunday, July 18, to honor the late Roy Neff for his cemetery survey of the county. It all started in August 1964 and Neff completed the survey in 1966. All cemetery locations have been numbered and located by number on the map. The map is on display at the Historical Society Museum. Neff has been gone for 50 years, but Sunday his legacy was discussed by President of the Historical Society and Museum Kathleen Wilham and his granddaughters, Carol Hubbard (left) and Linda Dieker who are pictured above. Carol’s children, Crystal and Curt also attended. On the far left are photographs of Roy Neff that were on display. Open house was held from 1 to 4 p.m. The museum is open to the public every day from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Photograph by Marlana Smith