110 YEARS AGOThursday, Oct. 5, 1911from the Mathews Journal
Mr. C.R. Richardson visited Norfolk this week.
Mr. A.L. Winder spent several days at his home near Retz last week.
Mr. Andrew Hudgins, of Norfolk, visited his parents at Port Haywood last week.
A large crowd from all parts of the county patronized the school excursion Wednesday.
Mr. Sands Smith Jr., is reported greatly improved and is expected home at an early date.
Mr. and Mrs. G.S. Marchant are in Baltimore this week buying goods for the fall season.
Captain G.W. Billups has returned from a trip along the Atlantic Coast.
Miss Eva M. Armistead left last week for Carrsville, where she will teach during the coming season.
100 YEARS AGOThursday, Oct. 6, 1921from the Gloucester Gazette
A very delightful little party was given last Wednesday, Sept. 28, to Janice Anderton, celebrating her first birthday. The party was held on the lawn at their home near Gloucester Point. Forty-four little guests were ...
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