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From: "Wetaunah Cates" <>
Subject: [GAGWINNE] Interesting tidbits about Lawrenceville, Gwinnett,Georgia 1894
Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2009 11:59:48 -0400
This was forward to me by another family researcher, and I had a few questions about some of the establishments on this list, I have posted those questions in blue, if anyone has answers, or can provide leads, please let me know.
News Herald, Lawrenceville, Georgia Friday, August 17, 1894 Lawrenceville Has
A marble yard
One shoe shop Who owned this shoe shop ?
A cigar factory
Two drug stores
One harness shop
A public library
A polite barber
One livery stable
Two jewelry stores
Two blacksmith shops Who owned these blacksmith shops ?
A saw-mill and planer
A first-class soda fountain
Two millinery stores
Three white churches What churches would these be, and do they still have the same name, and locations?
A goodly number of loafers
Two wide-awake newspapers
A large crop of dogs and fleas
A number of expert bicyclists
Four ministers of the Gospel Who were these four ministers ?
A band which plays good music
Some graceful horseback riders
A not too enterprising town council
A baseball team that used to play ball
Two railroads and a dozen trains a day
An organization of the Epworth League What was the Epworth League organization ?
Two hotels and several boarding houses
A first-class undertaking establishment What was the name of this establishment, and who operated it? Do they still exist, with a phone number and location? Who would I contact about seraching old records for this establishment?
The best court house and jail in Georgia
Flourishing lodges of Free Masons and Odd Fellows
A brick factory that manufacturers as good brick as are made in the state of Georgia
Only a few old bachelors not enough to stand in the way of the progress of the town
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