110 YEARS AGOThursday, Jan. 12, 1911from the Mathews Journal
On account of the unclemency of the weather the meeting of the Board of Trade and of the Committee selected by them, which was scheduled to meet in Mathews C.H., on Tuesday, was postponed until next Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 2 p.m. The same committee is requested to meet with the Board in the Court House on that day. —By Order of the Board
100 YEARS AGOThursday, Jan. 13, 1921from the Gloucester Gazette
The following deeds have been recorded at the Clerk’s office since last report.
T.J. Woodland and wife and R.T. Baily and wife to T.S. Hall and M.K. Sears, 20½ acres, $2,000. David P. Sanders and wife to Mary W. James, 7½ acres, $175. Susan V.T. Sanders and husband to J. Curtis James, 10 acres, $190. Mary B. Ashe to Lena Jenkins, 6 acres, $20. W.H. Harris to C.W. Tillage, 3½ acres, $66
from the Mathews Journal
The fine dwelling house of Mr. R.H. Callis of Moon was destroyed by fire on Monday afternoon of this week ...
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