Arminta Holbrook, Big Branch, Bluefield, Charley Walker, education, Emma Blake, Farabelle Smith, genealogy, Gill, history, Huntington, Isaiah Bowles, James Chafin Brumfield, Josephine Smith, Jupiter Fry, Kentucky, Lincoln County, Maggie Adkins, Maud Gill, May Holbrook, Olga Brumfield, Pea Ridge School, Pearlina Fry, Spurlockville, Stella Fry, Ten Mile Creek, Thomas Jefferson Gill, Tom Miller, Vesta Fry, W.F. Holbrook, W.R. Jackson, West Virginia
“Grandpa,” a local correspondent at Gill in Lincoln County, West Virginia, offered the following items, which the Lincoln Republican printed on Thursday, October 13, 1910:
James Brumfield’s small child is very sick with pneumonia fever.
Charley Walker, who is working at this place visited home folks last Sunday.
Mrs. Emma Blake and son, of Huntington, are visiting relatives and friends at this place.
Squire Spurlock and son, of Spurlockville were business visitors here Thursday.
Miss Farabelle Smith fell while playing at school and sprained her ankle.
Mrs. Maggie Adkins, of Ten Mile is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Henon Smith and Mrs. James Brumfield.
Miss Maud Gill, of this place, is teaching the Pea Ridge school.
W.R. Jackson was calling on the merchants of this Creek the first of the week.
Tom Miller has just returned from a visit to his home in Kentucky.
Tobacco crops are fine in this vicinity.
I.J. Bowles, who has been confined to his room, caused by stepping on a rusty nail, is improving.
T.J. Gill made a trip to Bluefield this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tender, of Gill, are visiting their former home in Kentucky.
Mrs. Tom Fry, of Big Branch, was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fry, Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Stella Fry was shopping at Gill, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Holbrook’s little daughter is very sick.