The Second Annual Granville Genealogy Festival on April 5th will offer a full days of Historical Seminars, Storytelling, Honoring of Historical Families of Granville, Craftsmen, Tours, Music, Genealogy Booths, Granville Family Booths, Great Food of Yesteryear and much more. The storytelling will feature a two-act Theatre presentation of the Office House Massacre at 2:30 p.m. as noted actors Op & Kay Walker and Dale Bohannon will depict the event that occurred during the Civil War. The theatre presentation will occur At the Historical Granville United Methodist Church. Other events to occur at the church as part of this Festival will be beginning at 9:00 a.m. Robert (Bob) Chaffin presenting "Ruminations & Remembrance", at 10:30 Kent Dollar presents "Christian Soldiers, Their Faith and the American Civil War", at 12:30 p.m. Troy Smith presents "Early Native American Indians of the Upper Cumberland" and 1:30 p.m. Sherry Yokley Presents "Importance of Writing Down Your Family Stories".
April 5, 2014