City Directories and History: The Rock Hill Record reported on July 23, 1908 – “In the news from the Fudge’s Community, the Jordan School opened last Monday under the management of Rev. H. B. Jordan.”
The Rock Hill Herald reported on Dec. 1, 1899 – An article on Stores in the Landsford Area – “The store opened in Sept. by J.M. D____, is doing a good business. A. K. Glasscock has put up a store at the Rowells Crossroads. Mr. Everett C. Fudge has a store which carries a mixed line of goods. Mr. Arthur Westbrook will soon erect a store at the crossroads on the Landsford Road. Mr. Claude Collins has moved into his new storehouse on his place and has a blacksmith shop as well.”
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