Friday, February 28, 2014

Featured Blog: Between the Gate Posts

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"When speaking with relatives about family history, I am often told to keep this piece of information between you, me and the gate post. Respecting sensibilities, I will share my family stories entwine with historical events from Copiah, Jefferson and Lincoln Counties, Mississippi, from gate post to gate post."

Explore the lives of the Banks, the Copelands, the Demyers, the Furrs, the Furnaces, and many other families as they intertwine to create a beautiful and proud family heritage - visit!

Friday, February 21, 2014

TomBigbee Country Magazine exerpt: The Headless Ghost of Beauregard

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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Merchant and Planters Bank - Georgetown

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Thursday, February 6, 2014

Old Beauregard School 1954

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Old Beauregard School 1954 -- via

Monday, February 3, 2014

Another Treasure from the Lambright Binders

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Major Pinckney Harrington is on the right pictured here with his nephew,
Louis Lambright, and family.  He was an officer of the 14th Confederate Cavalry
 in which Timothy S. Lambright served.  From the Timothy S. Lambright Binder of the
 Dr. Gail Lambright donation in the Archives at the Hazlehurst Library

Treasure in the Lambright Collection

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The 1835 will of George Lambright may be one of the earliest recorded
 in Copiah County.  This type-written copy is in the George Lambright, Sr. 
Binder that is part of the collection donated by Dr. Gail Lambright in the
 archives at the Hazlehurst Library.

Packing Sheds at Crystal Springs

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