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Record #:
39435
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The article gives a history of Uniontown Church of Christ in the Piney Woods community of Martin County, NC.
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39449
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The article gives a history of Malachi's Chapel Free Will Baptist Church, of the Rider's Creek community of Tyrrell County, NC
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39465
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This article features Johnny Frank Beachum, age 90, who has kept the historic Skewarkee Cemetery in Williamston, NC clean for many years.
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39482
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This article is a features about Martin County baseball back to the 1920's. Farm Life pitcher, Evan Perry, father of Hall of Famer, Gaylord Perry, and Major League pitcher, Jim Perry and Raymond Henry Stalls, of the Everetts community, were both talents in 'County League Baseball.' The love of baseball passed down the Raymond Henry Stalls family when by the 1940's he was joined on the roster by three of his sons.
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39483
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This article features Vicky Barber, age 82, of Columbia, NC, winner of 32 gold medals in the Albemarle Region Senior Olympics, representing Tyrrell County.
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Record #:
39930
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This article features Bobby Parker, former math teacher at Aulander Elementary School and later member of Bertie County School Office administrative team. She created the first 'Relay For Life' event in North Carolina in Bertie County. She also is a Aulander Town Commissioner.
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Record #:
41274
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Mailing methods in North Carolina have changed greatly since the 16th century, when ship captains coordinated letters' delivery. During the Colonial period, post offices were established in Edenton, New Bern, Washington, and Wilmington. Delivery conduits during the 19th century and 20th centuries included Terrell County's 21 post offices, located in places such as Springfield, Frying Pan, Kilkenny, and Jerry. Today, Columbia, site for the first post office, is the locale for the only post office serving Tyrell County.