At long last the regimental history for Grandpa Bethea‘s Civil War unit is at the publisher’s and will be available soon. It is hard to believe that this weekend research project has taken 12 years to complete; but we are ready to take requests for the two volume set. The present size is over 800 total pages. Plans are to include a 100 page roster with each book.
For those of you interested in reserving a set, please let me know that you will commit to covering printing costs of $35.00 for the set. The final price will not be determined until after all photography, cover art, and layout are completed. We estimate the two volume set will sell for $50.00+ plus shipping.
We will be offering volume discounts and can have special printings for large group (Family) purchases. Donations to libraries and schools will also be considered.
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David Miller received a Mentor Award from his students.
This is quite an honor coming from graduate students and is a statement of their respect for David as well as the contributions he has made to their graduate education.
Alice M. Miller, 94, died on May 17, 2012 at her home in Hattiesburg.
Visitation was held at Hulett-Winstead Funeral Home, May 20. Funeral services were held at University Baptist Church, May 21. Mrs. Miller, the daughter of Fred and Elaine Skellie, was born in 1918 in Long Beach, MS. Alice May graduated from Gulf Park College and completed her studies in English at Mississippi State College for Women. She taught high school in Drew, MS before working for the Mississippi Employment Service in Gulfport, MS. Continue reading “Alice May Skellie Miller”
Now that Brian and I have managed to get contact information for the “clan” updated, we are working toward finalizing arrangements for the hotel. If any of you have photos from prior reunions that you would like to share, send them to me. I am thinking about putting together a collection of these photos. (Will take them in printed or electronic format. If you send me printed photos, I promise to return them!)
The VanCourts have agreed to let us convene for gumbo on Thursday the 14th of June. Friday, June 15th we will return to the Yacht Club for our cookout and then on Saturday, June 16th we will (hopefully, waiting for confirmation), return to the Senior Center for the Shrimp Boil.