Jake Jennette and his wife Margaret look over the family Bible from roughly 1780 traced to the public library in Tarboro. The library will turn the book over to them, ending a family mystery that persisted more than 100 years.
Jake Jennette and his wife Margaret look over the family Bible from roughly 1780 traced to the public library in Tarboro. The library will turn the book over to them, ending a family mystery that persisted more than 100 years. DELANE BRYANT
Jake Jennette and his wife Margaret look over the family Bible from roughly 1780 traced to the public library in Tarboro. The library will turn the book over to them, ending a family mystery that persisted more than 100 years. DELANE BRYANT

Shaffer: Family’s 18th century Bible traced to public library

January 08, 2016 05:31 PM

UPDATED January 09, 2016 02:54 PM

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