Trotters detail connection to Faulkner

Ike and Cham Trotter have a unique connection to one of the world’s most famous authors, William Faulkner. Of course, their family knew the author before he added the “u” to his last name. Years before he became famous, Faulkner purchased his famous Rowan Oak home from the Trotters’ ancestors.

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