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"They Came to Camp Creek"
 
Macon County, Georgia
 
Collection of stories...
 

"Macon County Georgia Communities 1830-1840: Hamburg" -Chapter written by book author Louise Frederick Hays, bef. April 1933. (source: "History of Macon County Georgia" by Louise Frederick Hays; 1935.)

"Hepzibah Primitive Baptist Church" - written and submitted to the Macon County history book by Mary Pauline English, bef. April 1933. (source: "History of Macon County Georgia" by Louise Frederick Hays; 1935.)

"The English Family and Its Descendants" - written and submitted to the Macon County history book by Mrs. Maxie English Kleckley, bef. April 1933. (source: "History of Macon County Georgia" by Louise Frederick Hays; 1935.)

"First Baptist Church in Americus" - written by author Jack Frank Cox, bef. 1983 (source: "History of Sumter County, Georgia" by Jack F. Cox; In Association With The Sumter Historic Preservation Society; 1983.)

"My Grandmother: Mattie Lou Little", written and submitted by Linda Bechham, bef. 1983. (source: "Macon County Life: 1933-1983" by Ryland Dean Fowler, editor; 1983; Chapter II: Reminiscences of the Time Past: Pages 47-49.)

The Whitmill (Bunt) B. Hill house & history - written by book author Lois E. Payne. (source: "Historical Sketches of Oglethorpe, Georgia" by by Lois E. Payne: page 79-81.)

"Red Hill Baptist Church", written before 1983. (source: "Macon County Life: 1933-1983" by Ryland Dean Fowler, editor; 1983; Chapter Iv: Churches of Macon County: Page 179.)

"Tote Over Church". Excerpt from a story by book author Louise Frederick Hays, bef. April 1933. (source: "History of Macon County Georgia" by Louise Frederick Hays; 1935.)

"Grandpa Dykes", excerpts from a letter written by James Harding Morris
to his niece Melinda Gardner, 8 March 2000. (source: Personal records of Melinda Morris Gardner.)

"English Memorial Service- 2002"
, - Family history written and presented by Sandra Perry Wellons; 18 May 2002 (source: Sandra Wellons family records and research.)

 

     
     
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