1950 Census: I Think They Missed a Brownstone

On April 1st, 2022, the National Archives released the 1950 Census. A law passed in 1978 requires 72 years before the census is released to the public. The official count date for the 1950 Census was 1 April 1950. Because of the need to return and gather information from people that the census taker missed … Continue reading 1950 Census: I Think They Missed a Brownstone

May 6th is “Andrew Turner Day!”

Who? Nineteen years ago, Kernersville, North Carolina, proclaimed May 6th, 2003, "Andrew Turner Day." The town is nestled in Forsyth County between Winston-Salem and Greensboro. It is a quiet, unassuming place just north of I-40. It is the boyhood home of Andrew Turner. Andrew Turner is a 1995 graduate of Forsyth Country Day School, a … Continue reading May 6th is “Andrew Turner Day!”