The Jones County Genealogical and Historical Organization will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 27 in the upstairs meeting room at the Laurel-Jones County Library on Commerce Street.  

Special speaker Grant Hedgepeth will share the history of his family. Hedgepeth is a lifelong Jones County resident who lives on the family farm just outside Ellisville. His mother is Aline Graves Anderson, widow of Dick Anderson. A practicing attorney since 1987, he has served his community through public offices for many of those years.

Members are urged to attend. Visitors are always welcome.

 

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