“Believe me, I’ll never forget Blaney,” a young soldier with a red, white and blue hat cord was overheard to remark. “And why, pray, will you always remember Blaney?” asked the one who heard him. And this is why the men of the training camp will always have a soft spot in their heart for the little town which nestles in the sand hills between … Continue reading Blaney Entertains Training Camp Men.
1860 Lucy A Moore Branham was born May 29, 1860, the daughter of James Levi Moore and Mary Ann Emeline Warren Moore. 1918 Mrs. Lucy Branham, within a month of being 58 years of age, died early Friday morning, April 5, 1918, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. F. Freeman, 10 miles from Columbia, on the Koon road. She was the widow of … Continue reading Lucy A Moore Branham