Author: Inez McCollum

Inez McCollum grew up in Etowah County.  Married Mack McCollum, a BI-vocational minister.  Moved to Birmingham to work while he worked and went to Howard College/Samford University.  Inez and Mack had three sons, Jay, Joe and John.  They bought their first home in what is now Hoover.  Inez continues to be active in Shades Mountain Baptist Church and some of the civic organizations in Hoover.  Inez also enjoys reading, travel and spending time with friends.
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Some Hinton genealogy research descendants of Malachi Hinton born 1730

Malachi Hinton was born March 5, 1730, in Chowan Co., North Carolina. He married Sarah Wimberly June 16, 1764, in Edgecombe co., North Carolina.…

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PATRON + BIOGRAPHY: Pioneer Martha Hill on July 26, 1802, in Bibb County, Alabama

This is an excerpt from the book Compiled records of BIBB COUNTY, ALABAMA PIONEERS VOLUME I: Biographies Genealogy Reports, Notes & Records MARTHA HILL…

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AUTHOR SUNDAY – Who do you think you are? Here’s who I think I am

WHO I THINK I AM BY INEZ HAMRICK MCCOLLUM There is a TV series, "Who Do You Think You Are?" Several years ago, a cousin…

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AUTHOR SUNDAY -Have you ever seen the Cahaba Lily in bloom? You shouldn’t miss it next time [pictures & video]

THE CAHABA LILY by Inez McCollum I had heard about this mysterious lily for several years. I had seen pictures and read articles with…

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Did you know that Barber shop singing actually originated in Barber shops? Here is the story about its development

BARBERSHOP SINGING BY INEZ MCCOLLUM Barber Shop Singing began in America in the last half of the 19th Century. Barber Shop Quartets originated with…

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SUNDAY SOLILOQUY: Hotel Talisi – Fire may destroy buildings but it does not destroy our memories of this great place

NOT ALL THERE IS TO A FIRE by Inez McCollum It was with sadness that I read an article about the Hotel Talisi in…