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Gail Sides (guest) 25 Mar 2016 23:24
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Sue Hopper, please email me. I may be able to help you find your information.

by Gail Sides (guest), 25 Mar 2016 23:24
B couvillon (guest) 09 Mar 2015 00:17
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Does anyone have any information on Harold Robinson and his father Jules Robinson? Jules owned a lot of the property off Sullivan between hooper and wax. He also built that old building off the corner of Sullivan and hooper in which he sold cars out of.

by B couvillon (guest), 09 Mar 2015 00:17
Felicia Braud (guest) 16 Aug 2014 22:52
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What about the Hoopers? along the Comite River and Blackwater Bayou? He was killed for the the gold in his pockets. He had been to the slave trade in New Orleans. Mrs. Hooper donated the land for Blackwater UMC with the stipulation that the cemetery remain

by Felicia Braud (guest), 16 Aug 2014 22:52
Felicia Braud (guest) 16 Aug 2014 22:45
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Not sure but i think it was James Alvin He was my principle at Central Private Until Billy Williams took over. Love Mr Smith very much.

Felicia

by Felicia Braud (guest), 16 Aug 2014 22:45

I began school in the first grade at Central and went through all twelve grades and graduated in 1958. I look back on those years and am so thankful for all of the wonderful teachers which I had during my schooling. Mr. J. A. Smith, the principal during my years at Central, was a firm but friendly man whom we all feared should any of us be sent out to "stand in the hall." His wife, Mrs. Smith, was my Biology teacher, and she was one of the best and most demanding teachers I had there. I have never known what Mr. Smith's initials stood for. Could someone please let me know what the J. A. stands for in his name. I was able to attend my class's 50th class reunion in 2008, and I shall never forget all of the wonderful people in my class during my years at C.H.S.

Sincerely,

James E. "Jimmy" Abbott
Class of 1958

by James E AbbottJames E Abbott, 08 Jun 2013 13:50
Sue Hopper (guest) 12 May 2013 20:00
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Hi. I am looking for information on past principals at Central High School. Would like to know the years my father-in-law Henrt Hopper. Jr. served.
If anyone has this I would appreciate a note.
Thanks, Sue

by Sue Hopper (guest), 12 May 2013 20:00
kidd (guest) 23 Mar 2013 23:15
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there is a great book called (a historical sketch of greenwell springs) by dr J L fairchild. he was a doctor at Greenwell Springs hospital for several years. the book is hard to find, check the state library.

by kidd (guest), 23 Mar 2013 23:15
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Leroy Tolliver (guest) 27 Jul 2012 08:56
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My mother is Lillian, daughter of Mary E. Brown. Mary's mother is Margaret Odem… We just finished our family tree. And we need to need to connect our pass family….

*Margaret Odems was born Feb 1867 and died date unknown. Was the daughter of a Slave, and Slave Master whom had a child.
Her children are:
I. **James Brown (3rd), born March 1888 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.
II. **Henry Tillman Brown, born February 1890 in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.
III. **Mary Ellen Brown, born January 27, 1893 in.
Died in 1986.

by Leroy Tolliver (guest), 27 Jul 2012 08:56
Don Greenwell, Jr (guest) 06 May 2012 01:13
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Hi Doris. My 85 year old father has been working on the family tree for the last 20 years or so. I know our line landed in Maryland and worked their way through Kentucky - from there some went west, my side went from southern Indiana to Michigan. Knew of Greenwell Springs, but did not know if it was same or splinter from central US.

Is there a way my Dad can compare notes? Thanks.

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Kim Fralick (guest) 01 Nov 2011 03:34
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"guest" , Get a life that does not revolve around Woody!!

by Kim Fralick (guest), 01 Nov 2011 03:34
Whatnowoody (guest) 28 Oct 2011 17:27
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What do you know, not one single
Mention of woody Jenkins being a founding father of central. Thanks woody for publishing distorted truths in your tabloid!

by Whatnowoody (guest), 28 Oct 2011 17:27
Tonya (guest) 28 Oct 2011 13:20
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This is incredible! You all have put in a great deal of time and effort on all of this Rich history of Central. This should be taught in Central schools. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us.

by Tonya (guest), 28 Oct 2011 13:20
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