115 YEARS AGOThursday, May 30, 1907from the Mathews Journal
Following is a list of letters remaining uncalled for in the Post Office at Mathews, Va., May 22. They will be sent to Dead Letter Office on May 30, if not called for:
Miss Percy Richardson, Miss Annie Williams, Miss Bessie Minter, Miss Martha A. Reed, Mrs. Rhuoby Tabor, Mrs. Virgie Smith. Mr. J.W. Taylor, Mr. W.H. West, Mr. S. Wilkins, Mr. L.M. Bray. —G.S. Marchant, P.M.
To all parties holding oyster planting bottom in Horn Harbor that have not paid rent for the year I am directed to levy on the oysters or any personal property I can find for the rent due. If you want to hold the shore you must come and settle for it or I must proceed to carry out the law. —W.H. Gayle, Inspector.
110 YEARS AGOThursday, May 30, 1912from the Mathews Journal
Lost: A lady’s hand bag on last Saturday containing about $25.00 in cash, keys, several letters and valuable papers. Liberal reward if returned to Mrs. G.E. Hunt or to Journa...
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