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Between until census and court records state there were at least ladies of ill repute living and working in Lynchburg, VA. Along with the bordellos there were plenty of bars and gambling houses found in this area of the city.
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On Sept. Franklin and W. Phlegar were dispatched to Fourth St. When they arrived, a petite brunette named Lythia Brown Buckwalter met them at the door. Once inside the house, detectives found the body of Mamie Chittum Feimster on the kitchen floor. After seeing a blood trail in the stairwell, detectives found the body of a second victim, Tina Thompson, in an upstairs bedroom.
On Sunday, Sept. The free, hour-long tour will be led by local historian Nancy Jamerson Weiland.
Langley is one of several sporting women buried at Old City Cemetery, which was founded in An impressive monument and iron fencing make the Langley plot easy to find on the right-hand side of the driveway. During the tour, Weiland will talk about the history of prostitution in Lynchburg from to At the end of the 19th century, prostitutes began moving their thriving business into the area; bootlegging and gambling establishments sprang up there, as well.
Unsavory activities, hilly terrain, and a growing black majority made it easy for the City to neglect this marginal area. During the war the soldiers, they would line up out there. And the businessmen would come up in the big Packards, which was exciting to me.
All of them had birds. I thought that was just wonderful. I probably wanted to be a prostitute at one time. The research was just so fascinating I just kept researching.
In the process, she also found some distant cousins among their ranks. Coming up in mid-October at Old City Cemetery are the annual Candlelight Tourswhere professional actors in period costumes portray people buried at the cemetery.
After the Mamie Fiemster shooting, I was allowed to go with a police officer friend of the family into her house on 4th St. It was very tacky colorful and interesting. The inside was unexpected looking at the outside.
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Could it have been September of ? I found a Mamie Femister, buried in Buena Vista around that time.
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