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Redart resident is suffering from typhoid fever


Thursday, Nov. 26, 1908

from the Mathews Journal

 We are sorry to report Miss Pamelia Marchant of Redart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Marchant, is quite sick at this writing with typhoid fever. We hope she may soon recover.

Wedding bells will ring in this vicinity in the near future; we wonder who the happy ones will be.

Mr. Alpheus Mariner, of Baltimore, but formerly of Mathews, died up the James River on Monday last. His remains were brought to Mathews on Tuesday for interment in the family burying ground at the home of Miss Eliza Hicks.


Thursday, Nov. 21, 1918

from the Mathews Journal

Workmen are busy rushing to completion the new garage of Mr. S.C. Hutson, which is being erected next to Sibley Brothers’ store. When completed this will be one of the finest rural garages in this section, Mr. Hutson proposes to handle a large line of parts and accessories and expects to move in about Dec. 1.

Mr. G.S. Marchant has been informed of his ...

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