Wesley HarrisPiney Woods Journal Correspondent A MAYOR and HIS MURDEROUS SIBLING They were born in County Clare, poor as the rocky Irish soil, and came to America for a new start after their parents died. One became a popular public servant, the other a brutish killer. Mayor Andrew Currie In 1849, Jim and Andrew Currie … Continue reading My Brother’s Keeper
Written By Galen White When I mention the word "hero', you may automatically think of Tarzan, whom I've talked about quite often. An imaginary hero is good for childhood development for I learned how to occupy my time by pretending to be him. I fought lions, crocodiles, rhinoceroses, elephants, and other jungle creatures which helped … Continue reading An Emotional Visit To A Sacred Shrine
The Gazette November 28, 1900 We learn that Jas. M. Taylor, who was convicted in Texas of murder in the second degree and sentenced to five years in the penitentiary, has been granted a new trial.
If you ask most genealogist where they would like to visit and research a family line they would probably say another country like England, Ireland, Italy or France. I would like to visit all those places too, but I would rather start a little closer to home. My first stop would be Lowndes County, Alabama. It … Continue reading A Little Closer To Home