TRANSPLANTED CALHOUN BOY

(05/21/2001)

Dear Editor, As a former resident of Calhoun County, I can't tell you how much I enjoy your site. I also print it off and give it to my Mother to read. She is the former Eda Wilson (daughter of George and Bessie Stump Wilson of Apple Farm).

One of her sisters was Treacy Wilson Stump who contributed part of the information for your article on Black Families of Calhoun County. She (my Mom) and Treacy both served for a time as Postmaster at the Apple Farm Post Office when it was still in existance.

Mom was 87 today, May, 16, and is enjoying reading up on things we miss about Calhoun.

We now live in the Research Triangle Park region (near Raleigh) of North Carolina. I enjoyed reading about Tap Kerby, and Larry McCallister, two friends of mine from my Calhoun days. Keep on writing!!!

Larry Stalnaker