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August 9, 2018 / Joanne Yeck

Buckingham County, 1908: Part III

In December of 1908, the Appomattox and Buckingham Times printed lengthy correspondence from Buckingham County, including news of deaths and illness.

The sad intelligence of the death of one of her brothers has come to Mrs. Dr. Morris and she has gone to Charlotte, her old home county to attend the burial.

Mrs. W. E. Pratt, who was so painfully hurt by a fall in Lynchburg, continues to improve that she is not able to work yet.

The many friends of Hon. E. W. Hubard regret to learn of his indisposition and hope that the surgical operation he went to Richmond to undergo may result in his restoration to health. He was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hubbard. Later—Mr. W. J. Hubard has come home and reports his brother is doing well but two more operations will have to be made to cure him.

For much more about E. W. Hubard, click here: Buckingham Notables: Edmund Wilcox Hubard

Coming next: Buckingham County, 1908: Part IV

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