From left, Amelia Marshall, Matthew Marshall, Adelaide Marshall, Colin Marshall and Rachel Cragun Marshall visited the Cragun House, where Rachel Cragun Marshall's father was raised, to take photos for the Boone County Bicentennial time capsule on Wednesday. Rachel Cragun Marshall's family donated the house, built in 1893, to the Boone County Historical Society in 1988. The Marshalls, who now live in Florida, come to the area to visit family and see the house about every six months.
"We always like to come and visit the house," Rachel Cragun Marshall said. "It's still a part of our home and legacy."
The photo will be one of many included in the time capsule, which will likely reside in the Boone County Courthouse until its opening in 2116.
"It's very surreal," Rachel Cragun Marshall said. "It's going to be a really interesting story for our grandchildren to see. I hope that they can come and watch that unfold and see pictures of their parents or grandparents."