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Thursday, Feb. 7, 1919

from the Gloucester Gazette

Lost: One automobile extra tire and rim between Dixondale and Ark. Reward if returned to Miss Virginia Cary, Gloucester, Va.

For Sale: My horse “Dixie” nine years old, will work anywhere, good driving or riding horse. H.G. Shackelford, Sassafras, Va.

For Sale: One Ford touring car in perfect condition. Apply to W.B. Blake, Nuttall, Va.

from the Mathews Journal

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Armistead of Peary announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Frances Armistead, to Mr. George Vernon Hudgins, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.M. Hudgins of Susan on Wed., Feb. 5 in St. Matthew Church.


Thursday, Jan. 31, 1929

from the Gloucester Gazette

Catesby T. Field, secretary of the Tidewater Fox Hunter’s Association, is mailing letters to all members of the Association calling attention to the fox hunt to be held here on Feb. 22 and 23, and inviting them all to be present and to bring their friends. 

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