Meet Me in Laurel Hill: Who they met, why they met and was it murder?

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Author House, Dec 2, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 88 pages
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Lively and interesting bios of some of the founding fathers and mothers of the town of Weston, Mo., who were buried in Laurel Hill Cemetery.
 

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Contents

North Meets South
2
Why They Met
4
Who They Met
6
Friends Meet
8
Was It Murder?
10
The Laurel Trees
12
Was He Only Teasing?
14
Caretakers
16
An Accidental Merchant
42
Militia Surgeon
44
The Other Holladays
46
A True Pioneer
48
A Wanderer Comes Home
50
A Builder of Dreams
52
Alone But Not Lonely
54
Last of Her Line
56

Wild West Shootout?
18
Broken Stones
20
Who Were They?
22
The Markers
24
The Little Ones
26
A Piece of Their Hearts
28
A Land Planner
30
A Destitute Man
32
Was It Jealousy?
34
A Stone Masons Daughter
36
A Teacher and A Friend
38
A Doctors Tale
40
An Orphan Finds A Home
58
Among The First
60
Bringing Out The Best
62
A Progressive Mayor
64
The Entrepreneur
66
A Woman Scorned
68
A Business Tycoon
70
The Silent City
72
Bibliography
74
Index
viii
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Carolyn Bless Larsen comes from a long line of Editors who produced the town's newspaper for over 100 years. She also worked as a Field Archivist for the State of Missouri and is currently the Curator for the Weston Historical Museum, as well as a local researcher and historian. Carolyn is the mother of seven grown children and grandmother to twelve.

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