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Hale W. Hunt on North Andrew's Avenue. One of Greenwood's Pioneer residents and businessmen.

Owing to the illness of the editor during the past week we are obliged to omit our usual installment of the history of Greenwood for this issue. However, we are glad to print below a letter from a former Greenwood resident, which bears upon many of the events in Greenwood history. Corona escort costs are glad of the corrections Bert L.

Bailey has made and hope the rest of the old settlers will lend their aid as readily in searching out the facts of this valuable and interesting history.

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In my own case, it seems like a chat with an old friend, sugar babes london read lightly, as the friend, perhaps now dead, would have spoken lightly, of some trifling occurrence, many of the gems of humor of those other days are not recorded in the back s of the Gleaner. Now, Mr.

So far as I know, no work of equal value or interest to the greensood and to future generations of Greenwood citizens, in a literary way, was ever before undertaken there. Several statements in your history suggested the need of proof-reading by a contemporaryand the thought occurred to both Mrs. Allen and myself.

I have rather expected to read corrections of several inaccuracies in your articles, which, so far as I have noted, stand uncorrected yet. I escorts in ocean county esbjerg saw Lige Eaton, since he died before my parents took me, a four-year-old, to Greenwood. Eaton, for year past a resident of West Superiorwas well know by all old timers to be no relation to Elijah Eaton.


If there ever was such a co-partnership there, I never heard of it. Eaton for whom the Greenwood G.

Post was named — for the latter was a brother of A. Eaton, and fell in the Civil War. For a proof-reader who knew them all!

Go on with the good work Mr. Editor, but do try to secure the cooperation of some old-timers as mentor and proof-reader. With best wishes, and greetings to all old friends, I remain.