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This photo depicts the first grand jury convened in Wilson County on Aug. 5, 1860. Pictured are (back, from left) Nemencio de la Zerda, C. Sikes, Martin Covington, T.A. Hardin, J.A. McDonald, County Attorney James Brown, J. Kolodziej, District Attorney Billie Atkinson, (front) N.B. Patterson, Hub Polley, Mr. Flores, S.V. Houston, Mr. Houck, and P.J. Henry.

Sesquicentennial Committee members: LaJuana Newnam-Leus, 830-393-2166; Shirley and John Grammer, 830-947-3176; Maurine Liles, 830-393-4959; Gene Maeckel, 830-484-2536.
 
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Charles Byrd  
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April 5, 2009 9:49am
 
I hope more photos will be shared as these old photos show the readers so much information of the past in addition to the great articles written in WCN.

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