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G. W. Brownlow Newspaper Clippings

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From the Gordon County, Georgia Newspaper

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Sept. 14, 1871 Issue

G. W. Brownlow was mentioned as being on a committee to plan a Barbecue.

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Nov. 4, 1874

Wash. Brownlow attended a Barbecue.

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Feb. 5, 1875

"One day last week when the back water from the river covered the bridge across the Oothcaloga Creek at Oglesbys Mill, Mr. G. W. Brownlow ferried a wagon and team across the creek with a common bateau, carrying first the bed, then wheels and axles, and swimming the horses. It is said necessity is the mother of invention."

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June 12, 1879

"Least Saturday night about Eleven o'clock, while G. W. Brownlow was walking our streets, someone appeared from between the houses and dealt him a severe blow on the head with a heavy stick."

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Nov. 30, 1882

G. W. Brownlow was mentioned.

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October 18, 1883

"Uncle Wash Brownlow is the best horse doctor in these parts."

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Jan. 12, 1888

G. W. Brownlow mentioned.

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July 26, 1888

"Uncle Wash Brownlow can cook a barbecue fit for a feast for the gods."