Smith: Georgia lawmaker made his mark
Although cemeteries are often a vital resource for history, there probably are not many people who come this way to visit the gravesite of John S. Gibson, a onetime member of the U.S. House of Representatives.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at Athens Banner-Herald.
#1 Sep 21, 2013
Excellent story of Gibson family in recently published book FROM GRAVEYARD ROAD TO SILK STOCKING ROW by The Gaskin Avenue Committee, Douglas, Georgia. Features early homes and families from 1895-1930 who lived on Gaskin Avenue in Douglas, Coffee County, Georgia.
Add your comments below
|Judge to Georgia: Illegal Immigrant Students Sh...||Jan 12||spytheweb||2|
|New act Laughlin brings male-female harmony duo...||Dec 27||Will Dockery||5|
|Echols' brings passion for renewable energy to ...||Dec '16||Solarman||1|
|Ghanaian doctor honoured in the US||Dec '16||Andrew||1|
|Get used to heat records; study predicts far mo...||Nov '16||Frogface Kate||1|
|Columbus lawyer sees old classmate named Don be...||Nov '16||Joe||2|
|Suspect arrested in destruction of Trump's Holl...||Oct '16||ol grey box||1|
Find what you want!
Search University of Georgia Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC