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September 20, 1919

Sat 20  warm too warm  91 at well house at 2-45 pm  I shaved & changd all my clothes  I geathered a bucket full of fine tomatos  mail late again  I went down town at 10-45  recd a card from Dave & left my papers til aftr dinner  I took laundry from Jones boy & pd 37c  1 shirt & 5 collars  Pm Mother went to Ayers & Mrs Rupe called on the porch awhile this eve  I got pork 54c & Bread 15c

1898-1923 Leaving The Farm Behind

Wanton deviltry.

One hundred twenty years ago yesterday …

Wilson Advance, 14 October 1897.

City Of Wilson

Citizens are aiding him.

Wilson Advance, 12 September 1889.

In the 1860 census of Kirby’s district, Wilson County: Jesse Ayres, 7, mulatto, is listed in the household of white farmer Lawrence Moors… 145 more words

Wilson County

Charley Ayers

CHARLEY AYERS: Mr. Charles Ayers died yesterday morning at seven o’clock at the age of twenty-three years, at the home of his mother in Columbus. The remains will be brought to this city on the noon Pan Handle train tomorrow and the funeral will take place from the First Methodist church at two o’clock. 8 more words

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Horace Charles Ayers

Charles Ayers, of Columbus, a brother of G.M. Ayers of this city, died very suddenly at 3:20 this morning.  The cause of his death was dropsy.  31 more words

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Eliza Search Ayers

Mrs. Eliza Ann Ayers, aged 95 years, widow of the late Wm. H. Ayers, died at 1:45 o’clock Saturday afternoon at the home of her son, Eugene Ayers, 401 Chester street, East Newark. 182 more words

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Alva W. Ayers

Final rites for Alva Wiser Ayers, 90, retired Pennsylvania railroad conductor, will be at eleven o’clock Wednesday morning at the Fisher funeral home. The Reverend William L. 147 more words

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