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Re: Origin of the name for the Union Community on Hwy 120
Posted by: Jason Lee Edwards (ID *****0319) Date: July 01, 2003 at 19:00:36
In Reply to: Re: Origin of the name for the Union Community on Hwy 120 by Ishmael Williams of 678

Hey,

Beulah is about 3 miles south of Yorkville. It is very near the Haralson County line. It was formerly know as "Utah District" and some parts of Beulah fall into the old Talapoosa voting District. And even farther back, say mid 1800's, it was called the "Old Nineteenth" which also included where Yorkville is now. I have done a good bit of research on various families in the "Old Nineteenth". What are some of your lines? I may have some information you could use.

Jason Lee Edwards


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