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Book Review: Pellyton & Barnetts Creek Veterans
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By Ed Waggener
Mary Ann Dean Blair, as most people at Barnett's Creek and the Pellyton Area know, has a popular book, "Pellyton & Barnett's Creek Veterans/Those who served with Honor, Sacrifice & Dignity," which was published in November 2011. She gave a copy of the book to me to give to the Adair County Public Library on my next stop by there.
It is 22 pages of must read material for those with libraries of Veteran's Materials, Pellyton history, and Adair County History. Most of the veterans included in the booklet have accompanying photographs, and many have very extensive biographical material.
Included are entries on - Charles Garnet Austin, Dallas A. Badger. Vince Giles, Randy Adams, Travis Adams, William Aldridge, Estill Asberry, James Wilbert Atkins, Leonard R. Atkins, Marvin D. Badger, Charles M. Barnett, Cliffort James Barnett, Elmer (Tobe) Barnett, Marshall Edward Barnett, Robert Beard, Carlos Beaty, William Beaty, Charles Edward Blair, Wilbert A. Blair, William L. Blair,
Edward M. Brooks, Abraham Nelles Brown, Jr., Wilbert Brown, Leonard Burton, Curtis Clarkson, James A. Clarkson, J.W. Corbin, Clyde Corneal, Bushrod R. Davis, John Dickerson, Thomas Alexander Dickerson, Donald Doss, Earl Dean Ellis, Kelly Dean Davis, Robert S. Ellis, Dewey Giles, James Giles, John Giles, Travis V Giles, Walter Giles, William Giles, Mark Grant, Billy Joe Hagy,
Benjamin Hiter, Charles Hiter, James Hiter, James Hiter, Henry Hollis Lemmon, Mack Loren Lemon, Michael D. Lemmon, Arlis Martin, henry Leslie Martin, James Harold Martin, Jerry D. Martin, Oreon H. Martin, Travis Roy Martin, Chester Mills, Orba Mills, George Meredith, Carl Mings, Paul NanKivell, Thomas Allen NanKivell, Donald Keith Overstreet, Donald Marshall Overstreet,
Homer Patton, Walter Payne, James C. Pelly, James C. Prock, Johnny O. Prock, Leonard Prock, Jerry H. Quinn, Audie Rich, Dennis Rich, Hubert Rich, Robert Rich, Stanley Rich, Willard Rich, Jim Roark, Benjamin H. Sanders, Daniel Sanders, Herbert Sanders, thomas H. Sanders, Benjamin W. Sapp, Benjamin W. Sapp, Ernie S. Sapp, Herman Lloyd Sapp, Clisby E. Scott, Kenneth L. Scott, Wendell R. Scott,
Bryan Jacky Taylor, Garnett Taylor, Lisa McDougall Taylor, William S. Taylor, Delmar Thomas, Elba Thomas, Eric Thomas, Joseph L. Thomas, Ray R. Thomas, Vitus W. Thomas, Boyd Dean Vannoy, Wayne Vannoy, Freeman Paul West, Herschel L. West, Richard Dale Wheet, William Paul West, Charles Willard Wilkerson, Henry "James" Albert Wilkerson, Henry Albert Wilkerson, Jr., Ken Maynard Wilkerson, II; Mack Hollis Wilkerson, Felicia Kay Wingler, and Thomas Wingler, Jr.
The book was designed by Joyce Evans Coomer, who grew up in the Pellyton Community and was printed by Joyce & Greg Coomer's printing plant, Printing Creations, 110 N Monroe Street, in Downtown Columbia, KY.
The books sell for $10, with all proceeds going to Barnett's Creek United Methodist Church. To order: Call the author at 270-384-8995, or write: MARY ANN BLAIR, 805 Sanders Ridge Road, Columbia, KY 42728.
The books are also for sale at The Mustard Seed, in the Village of Pellyton, (Adair County), 17165 Liberty Road, Columbia, KY.
This story was posted on 2013-08-26 06:15:25
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