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I know little about John Hearn beyond that he worked with my grandfather, Arthur Reed who was a concrete contractor and may have lived in my grandfather's home at some time in the 1930s or 1940s. Since my family is white and lived in the segregated south this has always intrigued me. I would know nothing of John Hearn except for my aunt Irene who left me with a group photograph of the work crew with no one identified save Mr. Hearn and my grandfather. Apparently my aunt had great respect for Mr. Hearn. In 1961 my father and a man named Sam Hearn were part of a 200 man search team looking for a three year old boy who had wandered away from home. Sam Hearn found the boy just before nightfall but had my father bring the boy home and left with out taking any credit.
July 8th, 2013
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