110 YEARS AGOThursday, April 14, 1910from the Mathews Journal
Mr. Marshall White is spending some time at his Diggs home.
The Milford Haven School has had a new library put in and has a new lot of books.
The Salem Sunday School was reorganized on Sunday last, also a committee appointed for Children’s Day.
Mrs. R. Morgan of Gwynn’s Island was the guest of her father, Mr. Cornealous Forrest, on Saturday and Sunday last.
While cutting poles in the woods near Moon, Mr. Walter Sadler had the misfortune to cut his foot very badly. Dr. R.R. Hoskins is attending him.
100 YEARS AGO Thursday, April 15, 1920from the Gloucester Gazette
The cold, windy weather has harmed the peas and potatoes in the Hayes Stor...
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