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Author Chronicles a Family History and an Account of Murder and Injustice

The book shares to the readers the historical account and link of the Lavender family and the 1905 story of a double murder and a related injustice.

Watkinsville GA – WEBWIRE

Take pride in rediscovering family heritage.

Many stories from generation to generation have stood the test of time including those that tell the origin and historical accounts of great-great family ancestors. In the book, “Honorable Heritage: A Book of Family Folklore”, readers are introduced to a compilation of narrations of past events and folklore of a family in Georgia — the Lavender family. The author, Billy Boyd Lavender, openly shared in the pages of this book the chronicle of his own family history and genealogical records. His work presents some of the essential details given by his mother, Ruby Neal Hardigree Lavender, and a trace of their family lineage.
Part of the book deeply reveals some of the most exclusive and intricate discussions of the experiences, truths and odds of some of his family ancestors. His writings also focused on the nonfictional stories in the 1905 events including the murder of two of his ancestors and the loss of innocent lives of the accused perpetrators.

Honorable Heritage: A Book of Family Folklore is a valuable read not only to the related significant persons and family but also to the readers who have great interest in understanding the unique link of every family. The important details of events were very well accounted by the author and will certainly provide a lot of inspiration for each family to know and learn their own stories and heritage.
Honorable Heritage: A Book of Family Folklore will be displayed in the coming 2017 Frankfurt Intl Book Fair on October 11, 2017. Be there and grab a copy!
Honorable Heritage: A Book of Family Folklore
Written by Billy Boyd Lavender
Published by iUniverse
Published date April 17, 2015
Paperback price $15.95
About the Author
Billy Boyd Lavender first discovered his love for writing while serving as a radioman in the US Navy (1969–1977). In this field, accuracy was essential for ship-to-shore communication. He then easily transitioned from the teletype to the computer and published works. He resides in Watkinsville, Georgia.

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