The murder of Ellen Pratt created considerable emotion and excitement in the community. Newspapers throughout […]
Month: October 2012
Murder in Macon – Part 1
The woman was screaming and sobbing as her father laid bleeding on the ground, but […]
Just a Little Piece of Paper
“John M. had a brother Jim that went to Alabama.” This simple sentence was scribbled […]
Those wonderful Southern roots
I am continually amazed at the instant bonding that happens as cousins connect via electronic […]
Butcher, baker or candlestick maker–what did your ancestor do?
A person’s occupation is a big part of their life. That is true today and […]
What was she thinking?
What was she thinking? Was there a reason for Elizabeth Hancock, a young widow, to […]