Shiloh School’s ‘Voices from the War’ to honor 100th anniversary of World War I peace accord

From left, Allison Cockrell, Ed Cockrell, Carol Goff and Susan Moore will lead “Voices from the War” discussion.

The “Voices from the War” program will put a hometown face on the 100th anniversary of the World War I Armistice.

The observance will begin at 2 p.m. on Veterans Day, Sunday, November 11, at Shiloh School at Diller’s Corner, the intersection of Shiloh School Road and Balls Neck Road near Kilmarnock.

Presenters will emphasize local connections and impacts, reported program moderator Susan Moore.

Ed Cockrell, a Northumberland High School history teacher who grew up in Miskimon, will provide background about World War I and its dramatic impacts on Northumberland County residents…


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