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Label
1938, 1954
Inclusive dates
1938, 1954
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
History of Bedford County, Virginia, written in 1938 by Lula Jeter Parker (1873-1954) and republished by the BEDFORD DEMOCRAT 28 January 1954. Account contains information on the history, politics, religion, and social life of Bedford County, as well as information on geography, towns, prominent homes and prominent citizens. Account includes updates made by the newspaper to Parker's original account
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Biographical or historical data
Lula Eastman Jeter was born 3 August 1873 in Bedford County, Virginia, to Thomas Alexander Jeter and Laurie Cornelia Mays Jeter. She was educated at Belmont Seminary and at Hollins Institute. Jeter married George Pleasant Parker (d. 1939) 11 November 1903, and they had three daughters. Parker was a historian, genealogist, and author. She wrote "A History of Bedford County" and co-authord OUR KIN, a genealogy of Bedford County. Parker also compiled information on all the Bedford County residents who served in World War II. Parker was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and belonged several other social organizations. She died 12 October 1954 in Bedford, Virginia, and was buried there in Oakwood Cemetery.
Cataloging source
Vi
Form designation
History of Bedford County
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
37
Immediate source of acquisition
Technical Services Division
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001550489
Reproduction note
Photocopies.
Type of unit
p.

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