A host of eccentric characters populated Hooterville, the fictional setting of the hit 1960s TV sitcom Green Acres about a lawyer named Oliver Wendell Douglas who flees New York City to pursue his pipe dream of rural life. Hooterville’s daffy denizens included Sarah, the elderly switchboard “oppa-ray-TOR” who tended to turn calls through the town’s antiquated party-line system into a.
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Greenacres farm CL is a stunning site, Matt and Jenny make you feel welcome from the start, they are at hand if you have a question or seek advice, On site is a games room and a well equipped information room with laundry facilities, all pitches have all day sun and offer pleasant views. A truly lovely site, obviously run by Club members that know what members want. We WILL definitely return.
Oliver loses all hopes of getting rid of his mother-in-law when Mr Haney and Uncle Joe Carson vie to become his father-in-law.
In 1849 Mr. Wood returned to Lycoming county and purchased 400 acres in Cogan House township, where he now resides. In company with his two sons, Robert and Joseph, he erected a saw mill and they sawed the first lumber and were the pioneers of that branch of business in Cogan House township In early life Mr. Wood married Mary, daughter of Joseph Caldwell, of Yorkshire, England, and to this.
In particular, Uncle Joe Carson (Edgar Buchanan) and peddler Mr. Haney (Pat Buttram) are falling over themselves trying to win the aristocratic lady's hand and heart (and, incidentally, her vast.
Mrs. Nancy Carson departed this life in 1873. The judge married as his second wife Martha Hughes of Tennessee, by whom there was born to him one son, Justus O. Mr. Carson owns a line farm in the Big Bend of the. Green River, also large interests in Morgantown, including real estate, stocks, etc. He and his family are members of the Cumberland.
Mr. Haney (given name Eustace Charleston Haney) is a fictional local farmer turned salesman and con man in the rural Hooterville community who was a supporting antagonist character on the 1960s CBS television series Green Acres. He first appeared in the episode Lisa's First Day on the Farm (September 22, 1965). Overview.