Today in history: Mexican Revolution catches up with Mobilian
Saturday, March 4, 1911: "Mrs. Eugene S. Burr, formerly residing at 313 Spring Hill avenue, leaves for Mexico to-day, with her two young daughters, Margaret and Marian, to join her husband, an accountant, formerly of Mobile, in Madera, Chihuahua, until quite recently a hotbed of insurrection.
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