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Union and Recorder
Published Weekly in Milledgeville, Ga.
April 1, 1874 Pg. 1
Consolidated Report of the Board of Physicians of the State of Georgia.
The following persons have been licensed to practice Medicine and Surgery, and Compound and Vend Medicines, either upon presentation of Diploma, or after examination, from the institution of the Board in 1826, to March 15th, 1874:

Physicians Licensed:  Tucker, G. A. R.   Summersville


Submitted By: Sam

JULY 30--Chattooga Baptist official urges that the county be "cleaned up".

            Army helicopter lands in Summerville after running out of fuel.


AUG 6 --Summerville expands natural gas system to Berryton.

            Hospital controversy brews.

  AUG 27--Commissioner cuts tax rate from 42 to 19 1/2 mills, setting county budget (exclusive of schools) at $318,448.

OCT 1 $2 million contract goes to Riegel.

OCT 8-- Gore--school building to be converted into molded glove factory,

a division of Best Mfg.

  OCT 22-- Federal funds for airport granted.

Oct 29--Five thousand expected to vote in county for general election.

NOV 12-- Quarter million to be paid in Christmas savings.

Nov 26-- Library group stresses need for more Library space.

           Bed-ridden Trion youth keeps up with school, by telephone.

DEC 24---Body of LaFayette man found in vacant farm house in

Chattooga's Haywood Valley, Two Huntington

W.Va. men allegedly admit hitching ride with the man,

Bill Copeland, beating him and leaving him at house where he apparently

 died within an hour after beating.

  all of above from The Summerville News- Thursday-Dec 31, 1964.


Excerpt  from the Greenville Advocate, 10-16-02. Greenville, Al.

Friday, last, three from Summerville, Ga. tried to walk off with old, old
books and documents from the Butler County Court House records
room.  A purchaser of one of the books reported it to the Sheriff.
Accidentally, one of the persons had left a notebook and came back
to retrieve it after a APB had been sent out..  They all bailed out of jail.

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