Taking on a new name • Earth.com

Isaac had wanted roughly 340 acres of the family estate to be auctioned off, and the farmhouse came under that. He stated that James could keep sections of the farm, though, as well as receiving a financial inheritance — but on one condition. Basically, he had to adopt a different name: Isaac Michael Dyckman. Photo Credit: Facebook/Dyckman Farmhouse Museum

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