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Marilyn Corder to speak at TAGHS January Meeting


Though she wasn't born in Timpson, long-time civic leader Marilyn Corder has deep roots here. Well-known for her work as Frontier Days Co-ordinator, Mrs. Corder also has served on the Chamber of  Commerce, Library Board, and as a TAGHS officer, as well as being active in her church. Born Marilyn Hudson, she will talk about her Timpson heritage through the Hudson and Bates families at the January 18 meeting of the Timpson Area Genealogical and Heritage Society. The meeting will be in the Timpson Public Library on the corner of Austin and Bremond Streets at 2PM. The public is invited.

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