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Last week's question was "What Is On This Land Now?"
There were three comments, and all guessed different locations. It was Phil Cohen, who said he was "just throwing a wild guess out there," who got it right. His answer: "I'm going with Rockledge Golf Course - because it was opened by Mike Sherman, in 1924."
The official answer from the Noah Webster House & West Hartford Historical Society is: "Sherman Acres was a 120 acre farm west of South Main Street, known for its prestigious cattle. In the 1920’s it was converted into a golf course. The town purchased the land in 1959 and it is now the Rockledge Country Club."