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Learn about Steele Creek History

(April 26,  2003) The Steele Creek Historical and Genealogical Society meets the last Monday each month (except July and December) at the Central Steele Creek Presbyterian Church Resource Center. You can learn about life in Steele Creek years ago when it was a rural, farming community. Here are programs scheduled for the next three months:

April 28 - Ms. Nora Brooks will be portraying General Robert E. Lee's granddaughter Mildred Lee. Nora is well known for her portrayal, and this promises to be a fun event. (Special meeting place for April: Central Steele Creek Church Fellowship Hall.)

May 26 - Mr. Joe Griffin, Sr. of Pineville has compiled a history of the town and several churches in the area. He will reminisce about the Town of Pineville.

June 30 - Professor Dan Patterson of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an expert on cemetery headstone carvings and will give a presentation on that subject. Professor Patterson has been corresponding with local historians about the Bingham family of stone carvers who lived in Mecklenburg County.

Related sites:

Steele Creek Historical and Genealogical Society

Early Settlers to Steele Creek - The Bingham Families