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Yearly Lee-Jackson fete held by Lane-Diggs Camp


Thursday, Jan. 21, 1909

from the Mathews Journal

The usual annual celebration of the Lee-Jackson Day by the Lane-Diggs Camp of Mathews which was held in the Courthouse on Tuesday was one of the most interesting and enjoyable occasions of the kind ever held here. Nearly all the members of the camp and many of the Daughters of the Confederacy were present, besides a large audience that packed the courthouse to the very door and left many standing outside.


Thursday, Jan. 16, 1919

from the Gloucester Gazette

Pampa: Most all of the people in the neighborhood have been sick with the flu and some are still in bed. Miss Ann Walton of Saluda has been spending some time with Mrs. Eliza Walton of Glenns, who has been quite sick with grippe.

from the Mathews Journal

Mr. William W. Carmean, a well-known young man, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.G. Carmean of Blakes, and Miss Rhoda B. White, attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Americus W. White, of the same place, were ma...

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