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"I", 18TH REGIMENT The Quill Pen- Pittsylvania Historical Society The proud and jaunty "Spring Garden Blues",, an element of the 18th Regiment of Virginia Infantry, marched away from their headquarters on April 29, 1861.
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The teachers were boarded at the home of my grandfather Blankenship.) Piedmont: On SR834 300yds S of 718 near Hopewell United Methodist Church. Early on was junior high but downgraded in 1920s and closed in 1962.
Chestnut Level Elementary: On SR 640, one mile east of junction of SR 640 and 825. Dry Fork Elementary: At US 29 and SR 718 across from Oakland United Methodist Church. My grandfather, Ben Blankenship and grandfather, George Townes Carter, got the people who had children in the school together and they expanded the building to a two room school. Riceville: In Riceville community on E side of SR 640. The two-room school was closed c.1935 and made by John Coles into a store.
The disappearance of these simple structures, whether they were one-room log cabins or buildings with several rooms, created a void in the areas they once served. Closed in the late 1940s and converted to apartments. After closing in 1926/27 material from school was used to erect a dwelling. South Side, on Piney Forest Rd., was annexed by Danville and became Irvine Taylor Middle School. Several women served as soldiers in the great Confederate war.
They made the first known entry by white travelers into the area of Tennessee. "The Changing Scene" published in The Quill Pen Pittsylvania Historical Society-February 1983 An early casualty of improved roads and better transportation in Pittsylvania County was the neighborhood school. First, it included junior high classes; later downgraded to elementary in the 1920s. The other was in rear of White Oak Grove Baptist Church near the jct. Two high schools for Negroes were operating in 1947. The following appeared in the November, 1898, issue of "The Confederate Veteran" magazine. Arrangements were made for her release, and she was removed from the prison; but whether sent back South or retained within the Federal lines, I never knew.
Before the end of the War Between the States some members of the company had died of sickness on the field, of sickness while at home, of wounds in hospitalswhile the fate of others could never be determined; they just didnt come home.