Genealogy To-Dos – July Wrap Up

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I’m so glad that I started keeping a monthly to-do list again.  Even if I don’t get everything completed, it helps me stay on track and keeps me from getting stressed out about all that I want to accomplish. Writing: Write 8 blog posts (not including “On this date” posts) – ideally, this will include […]

Weekly Updates for 2010-07-28

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On this date. . .the 27th of July

Births Archibald McEntire Hemphill was born in 1818 in Old Fort, North Carolina. Bertha Neoma (Whitener) Horner was born in 1907 in Oklahoma. Deaths Addie W. (Marshell) Forrester died in 1924 in Blue Ridge, Georgia. Marriages John Headrick and Ida Rosa Kendrick were married in 1890 in Murray County, Georgia. Lillian Irene Ridley and Earnest […]

Twice Told Tuesday: Mrs. Mary Hemphill Called By Death

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Mrs. Mary Hemphill, one of the best known and most beloved women of Murray County, died Wednesday, and was buried Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the family burying ground. Mrs. Hemphill lived in Chatsworth for several years, making her home with her son, Mr. J. A. Hemphill.  Her many friends are saddened by her […]