115 YEARS AGOThursday, Oct. 31, 1907from the Mathews Journal
Diggs: Capt. W.B. Diggs spent Saturday and Sunday last with his family and friends.
Miss Ruby Brooks, who has been sick with typhoid fever is improving under the skillful attendance of Dr. Carl White.
Mr. Wm. Brownley returned from a pleasant trip to Cape Charles and Norfolk last Thursday. He says Norfolk has changed a great deal since he was there 30 years ago.
110 YEARS AGOThursday, Oct. 31, 1912from the Mathews Journal
Gwynn’s Island: Mrs. Nonie Hudgins is very ill at this time.
Mr. John Hill is quite sick at this writing.
Mr. Wattie Edwards, we are sorry to report, is still very ill.
Most of the wells here on the Island are dry. The drought continues, but we are hoping for the best.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Callis are receiving congratulations on the arrival of a little baby girl.
100 YEARS AGOThursday, Oct. 26, 1922from the Gloucester Gazette
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