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Where did they go?: Indiana death certificates, no. 3.

Death certificates of Wilson County natives who died in Indiana.

  • Jack Sims

In the 1880 census of Stantonsburg, Wilson County: Isaac Simms, 32, wife… 504 more words

Births Deaths Marriages

Woodard family portrait.

This remarkable photograph depicts the family of Charles and Winnie Woodard Bynum of Gardners township, Wilson County.

In the 1880 census of Gardners, Wilson County: … 229 more words

Wilson County

Lincoln legacy.

Lincoln University College and Theological Seminary Biographical Catalog 1918 lists nine Wilson-born African-American men among the school’s former students. Nearly half — John H., William H., … 62 more words

Education

Writing and Artist Retreat Re-Cap

Yesterday myself and artist Barbara Hengstenberg hosted a retreat for artists and writers in Bynum, North Carolina – a community just south of Chapel Hill and north of Pittsboro. 425 more words

Writing

Patrick Henry Principal Named ACPS Principal of the Year | News Release | ACPS

Patrick Henry Elementary School principal Ingrid Bynum. (Photos and story from ACPS)

 

Patrick Henry Principal Named ACPS Principal of the Year

Patrick Henry Elementary School principal Ingrid Bynum has been named as ACPS Principal of the Year and a finalist for The Washington Post’s 2016 Principal of the Year. 896 more words

Dispatched

Freelance Journalism 101

About five years ago I gathered notes, digital bookmarks, and some of my successful query letters and developed a ‘Freelance Writing 101’ class. It’s changed form a few times over the years…Freelance Journalism, Write for Magazines, etc. 621 more words

Writing

Magazines Still Strong

I came across the Association of Magazine Media’s Factbook and found a few surprising (and encouraging) stats. The Magazine Media 2015 Factbook shows about 9 out of 10 adults read magazines, readership has gone up, print magazine brands have also risen, and print magazines sway between #1 and #2 as the most influential way to reach consumers. 332 more words

North Carolina Writers