Coy's Place Service Station

by Brent Hooton
(Marysville, California)

Coy's Place Service Station

Coy's Place Service Station

Coy's Place Service Station
Coy's son Herb (my grandfather) in front of Coy's Place ca.1940
Coy and his brother in front of Coy's Place

My great-grandfather, Coy Badgley, owned a service station in Elma called Coy's Place. I would be very interested to know if anyone knows where this was and if it's still standing.

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Oct 28, 2012
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Coy's Place
by: Sheryl Hooton

Hello son, when I was there in Elma, the station behind your granpa in the picture was gone but the house is still there. It's on the other side of the station. In very good condition. It is located on a corner directly across the street from the Elma Fair grounds.

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