Monthly Archives: June 2014

Killed in Defense of His Daughter

If you’ve ever been to New Meadows Cemetery on Purinton Rd. you’ve probably seen the red granite marker engraved “KILLED IN DEFENCE OF HIS DAU.” and wondered what exactly happened to Joseph Crockett. If you’re like me, you might have gone … Continue reading

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Father and Son Reunion

For more than 23 years, Roland Rush Sr. and his son Roland Jr. worked together at their company, Roland Rush Trucking. They were also neighbors, living on adjoining streets. They shared a name, a business, and a neighborhood, but they … Continue reading

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