Norman and Susan Adkins will be quest speakers at the August 5 quarterly meeting of the Duplin County Historical Society.
Norman was born and reared in Lenoir County. He is a graduate of Lenoir Community College with an Associate degree in Applied Science in Electronic Data Processing. He has been employed with the House of Raeford Farms, Inc. for 35 years in the IT Department.
Norman has actively researched his family tree for approximately 40 years in Jones, Onslow and Lenoir Counties and his paternal side in Fayette County, West Virginia.
Norman and his wife Susan met at LCC and have been happily married 35 years. Susan also holds and AAS degree in Electronic Data Processing and is a native of Duplin County, where she and Norman reside in Wallace. Susan was employed with Duplin County Schools for the last 20+ years as the receptionist at Wallace Elementary School and recently retired. Susan has been actively involved in family history since she was old enough to act as a scribe for her parents when the family explored cemeteries to complete group sheets.
Cost:$13 for lunch, if desired.
Open to the Public
The meeting is open to the public and is free. If you desire lunch, the cost is $13 which includes tax and tip.
The Duplin County Historical Society meets quarterly on the first Saturday of February, May, August and November. Unless otherwise notified, the meetings are held at the Rose Hill Restaurant in Rose Hill at 12 noon. Lunch is available at the current pricing rate.