The GazetteOctober 5, 1939 Although the Union Parish Fair is called an annual event, it is only since 1932 that the event has really been held annually. This year's fair is heralded as the twenty-second annual Fair, but it has only been since 1932 that a group of citizens organized the UNION PARISH FAIR ASSOCIATION, … Continue reading Parish Fair Great Asset to Parish Agriculture
Shiloh Church Among Oldest In Union Parish
The GazetteOctober 5, 1939 Shiloh Church, among the oldest in the parish was constructed in 1849 with ten persons as charter members. Those first members, W. C. Heard and wife, Sarah Heard, Lewis Fuller and wife, Sarah Fuller, John Miller and wife, Magarette Miller, and Eli Terry, chose as their first pastor, Elder Richard Fuller. … Continue reading Shiloh Church Among Oldest In Union Parish
Miller vs. Hopkins
The Gazette April 24, 1901 Last week Judge R. B. Dawkins decided the suit of Mrs. Nannie Miller, adm., vs. B. T. Hopkins, in favor of the defendant. This was a case where L. B. Miller, deceased, a few weeks prior to his death, had turned over five bales of cotton to B. T. Hopkins, … Continue reading Miller vs. Hopkins
L. B. Miller Killed
The Gazette December 12, 1900 Mr. L. B. Miller, a large planter of Union Parish, was killed last Saturday evening near Co____ crossroads, while on his way home from Monroe. Mr. Miller was riding horseback and was engaged in a race with another party. While racing the animal, it doubtlessly became uncontrollable; at any rate Mr. … Continue reading L. B. Miller Killed
Miller and Edwards Arrested
The Gazette October 4, 1899 Len Miller and George Edwards, of Union Parish, were arrested and brought to the city by deputy marshal Farrington this morning charged with operating an illicit still. They were given a hearing by commissioner O'Kelly and placed under $250.00 bond. - Monroe News.
Taylor – Miller
The Gazette June 14, 1899 Mr. Joe Baker Taylor and Miss Nettie Miller were married Sunday, June 11th, 1899, Rev. S. R. Nolan officiating.