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Louisville Burns Night set for
The Scottish Society of Louisville will host its 12th annual Burns
Night Celebration February 7th, 2004. This gala event will be held
at Masterson's Restaurant 1830 South 3rd Street, Louisville,
Kentucky. The evening includes a full Scottish Dinner, some wee
drams for toasting and is packed with entertainment that includes
Piping, Drumming, Fiddle playing and of course dancing.
The cost for the evening is $35.00
per person. Reservations can be made by calling (812) 945-7601.
The Gazetteer of Scotland available now
Heritage Books, Inc. is proud to offer The Gazetteer of Scotland by
Rev. John Wilson. When this work was compiled in 1882 the Rev. John
Wilson and his publishers had a conviction that it "would supply a
long-felt want: namely a Gazetteer of Scotland, extensive enough to
embrace every Town and Village in the Country, of any importance...
and yet portable in form and moderate in price.: To add value to the
work, the compiler extracted population and other information from
the 1881 Census Returns. It further provides statistics of real
property, notices of public works, public buildings, churches,
schools, etc. The natural history and historical incidents connected
with particular localities have also been included. (1882), 2002, 5®
The book is 51/2 x 81/2, cloth,
alphabetical, 478 pp, $25.00, #WB1795 ISBN: 1-58549-07-8. Please add
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Munro assistance please
Myrna Schkolne, 300 Geechcliff Court, Winston Salem., NC 27104,
writes: I am researching the story of young Lt. Munro, who was
killed by a tiger in India in December 1792. My interest is
Staffordshire figures, and this gory event is captured in clay. I
have read all contemporary accounts of the event . Lt. Munro is
referred to as "young Munro", "unfortunate Munro", "the only son of
Sir Hector Munro" etc.- but his first name is never mentioned! In
all pottery books published in recent decades, he is referred to as
Lt. Hector Munro, without any reference source for the "fact".
If anyone has any information that
can be of any help to Myrna please contact her at the above address
or phone her at 336-765-9091.
Notice about Chinkypin I, II, III and addendum...
Chinkypin I was first published in 1975 by Mrs. Dorothy Henderson
Price using material that originated with the Echols County High
School Composition Class from interviews with citizens from Echols
County. Chinkypin II and III were subsequent magazines that were
published. Mrs. Price completed the work on Chinkypin III after her
retirement and this volume contains a great deal of genealogy of
early Echols County pioneers.
When the Echols County Historical
Society, Inc. was formed, Mrs. Dorothy Henderson Price, very
generously donated her rights to the Chinkypin project to the
Society. The Society decided to reprint the Chinkypin and include
addendum material that had been submitted to Mrs. Price since her
retirement. The compiled hard back volume was made available June
1999 and included corrections and additions submitted to Mrs. Price
prior to 1999 that were placed with the appropriate information. We
have now reprinted this hard back book and added a short index on
places and things. The pictures are wonderful in this edition.
This book contains transcriptions
of history of Echols County, oral interviews, articles about Echols
County citizens and pioneers, old timey recipes and songs,
instructions on building log buildings, making lye soap, etc. and is
rich in folklore.
The books are available from the
Echols County Historical Society and are $50.00 each plus shipping
if needed. Contact Dot McLeod, Secretary, Echols Co. Historical
Society, 1505 Culpepper Rd., Lake Park, GA 31636, phone (229)
559-7052 or FAX (229) 559-3172
Do you need Fulton County, Georgia Marriage Records 1854 - 1902?
Fulton County was created in 1853 from areas of DeKalb County.
Fulton received additional land from DeKalb in 1854 and from
Campbell in 1872 and gave up some area to Clayton in 1877. This book
by Ted O. Brooke includes all 15,624 marriages recorded in marriage
books A through K. Arranged alphabetically by grooms and also by
Copyright 2002, Hardcover, 752
pages, $38.00 postpaid Contact Ted O. Brooks, 2055 Foster Drive,
Cumming, GA 30040.
Desire pedigree charts! DAVID BOYLE (1842-1911). Scotland ,
also JOHN BOYLE (1707-1762), Cork, Ireland. MORRISSEY marriages
sought! Richard Morrissey, 28656 Murrieta, Sun City, Ca 92586.
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