Dr. W.T. Holmes to present history of Burrel Hemphill

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By Staff Reports

Local community leader Dr. W.T. Holmes is steeped in history. He is a member of the S.L. Finley Restoration Association, a fount of local community knowledge, the driving force behind the East Chester Renaissance Project and has worked to help shape Chester County’s future as a member of the Chester County Natural Gas board of directors.

One piece of historical information is especially near and dear to his heart: he grew up on and worked the farm in Blackstock that was originally owned by his great grandfather.

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