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History of Bernice & Farmerville, Louisiana

Written by Edna Liggin


In the 1790s when Union Parish grew wild and was roamed by Indians (there is found today an Indian burial mound on the old Scott Hamilton place), John Honeycutt, trader and trapper, did business with the Indians from the present site of Camden, Arkansas, to Biloxi, Mississippi, and assisted the Spanish government in many ways.  978 more words


Hill Outlines Specifics For Folley Beach - Farmerville, LA

What a great article that was in the Farmerville Gazette that talks about the planned redevelopment of Folley Beach to be family friendly and include a combination boardwalk and bulkhead along over 1,000 feet of shoreline and restaurants. 457 more words

Membership Meeting in March

  Barbara Houser presented “Chalk Painting” at the Union Arts Council’s March Open Membership meeting.

 Attendees enjoyed the “Chalk Painting” presentation by UAC’s board member, Barbara Houser. 50 more words

Membership Meeting & Presentation

UAC held its first Open Membership meeting, with a hands-on presentation by artists Adam Lewis and Wren Rogillio. They presented “Fun with Plaster,” to demonstrate the possibilities for a children’s workshop. 79 more words

Please Join us at our Membership Meeting!

Anyone and everyone interested in the arts is welcome to attend the Union Arts Council’s Membership Meeting on Monday, February16th, 4pm, at the United Methodist Church in Farmerville. 35 more words

Maurene Breazeal Barron

Our hearts and prayers go out to Gene and the Barron family.

Funeral services for Mrs. Maurene Breazeal Barron will be held at 2:00 P.M. Friday, November 28, 2014 at First Baptist Church of Spearsville, LA. 338 more words


A Louisiana Memory: The Story of the Union Parish Town of Shiloh

This is the Shiloh in the name of this blog. It is where my mama was brought up and this is where her family settled. Cathy Buckley has written a book telling the story of Shiloh. 47 more words

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