Tag Archives: South Green Street

A Man and His Castle

Haiden Curd Trigg, known to many as Col. Trigg, was born on 27 May 1834 on his family farm about 4 miles from Glasgow, near present-day Pritchardsville. He was the son of Alanson Trigg and Mary Frances Martin Trigg. His … Continue reading

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Some of the Good Ones Are Gone

I remember how, when I was a teenager, I always thought this was a sleepy little town, typical of the South. On a Sunday morning the whole town was closed, at least until after noon, in respect for the churchgoers. … Continue reading

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Where Backyards Meet

I have accumulated entirely too much research over the years that serves no purpose but to clutter space. Some of it still produces brick walls and dead ends over and over. But then I discover delicious tidbits of our far … Continue reading

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Bulletproof – Marshal Winston Collins

I was reminded recently of childhood heroes we watched on Saturday mornings on our black and white televisions. Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, James Arness, all those cowboy stories and war stories, with heroes that seemed ten feet tall! And bulletproof, … Continue reading

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