110 YEARS AGOThursday, Sept. 28, 1913from the Mathews Journal
Mr. Twigg, of Dixie, traded horses with Mr. Estes, of North, last week. Mr. L. Booker and brother, Samuel, visited their old home in Gloucester last week.
Mr. Boyd Twigg was home Sunday.
100 YEARS AGOThursday, Sept. 27, 1923from the Gloucester Gazette
Signpine School opened Friday, Sept. 7, with an enrollment of about thirty-eight pupils eager to get back to studying after having a pleasant vacation this summer. We are glad to have Miss Addie Wiatt back with us again this term as she has always taken real interest in the school work here. We are also glad to have Miss Eugenia Sterling with us this term as she has already shown that she is interested in both the school and church work.
90 YEARS AGOThursday, Sept. 28, 1933from the Gloucester Gazette
Mrs. Frank Shackelford, for many years organist of Ware Church, who is leaving to join her husband in Newport News, was guest of honor at an informal gathering T...
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