Bullitt County History

Letter of Memoriam for the Old Hebron School

Martha Volindah Balee wrote the following as a memoriam for the old Hebron school which had been built by John Beckwith, her great-great grandfather. Her parents were Joe and Martha (Summers) Balee; and her mother's parents were Rufus K. and Erastes (Carpenter) Summers. Rufus' parents were Benjamin and Volinda (Beckwith) Summers; and Volinda's parents were John and Martha (Williams) Beckwith.

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