That may be true. I was referring to what the article tried to infer as fact.
And the article is difficult to follow, as it is written is a rather chaotic order.
The Leforges (lefforges?) purchased it in 1958, but didn’t live there til 1963.
They may have rented it to the Dunham’s, who may have let their daughter stay there just around the birth of Barry what’shisname..
She was only 17 and a college freshman, when she got knocked up by whoever. It would not be unusual for a 17 y/o freshman girl to be living with her parents. My niece lived with my brother until she was nearly 20, while going to junior college.
That's WND for you. If their writing was at the average level of posts on FR, it would be an improvement.