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Ruby Middleton

...Middleton. Mrs. Middleton was a native of Newton County and came to Augusta in 1951. She worked as a bookkeeper for Georgia Carolina Brick Co. and Merry Brothers Brick Co. where she retired in 1985. She was a member of St. Mark United Methodist...

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Corrections

...as a brickmason. The late William Glascock Bush was a businessman who was a vice president and co-owner of Georgia-Carolina Brick & Tile Co. The Chronicle regrets the errors.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/10/31/met_102602.shtml
Metro
Correction

In Sunday's Today's Home feature, homeowner George Bush described his father as a brickmason. The late William Glascock Bush was a businessman who was a vice president and co-owner of Georgia-Carolina Brick & Tile Co. The Chronicle regrets the error. See original article

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/10/31/cor_102629.shtml
Summerville house isn't past its prime

...as a brickmason. The late William Glascock Bush was a businessman who was a vice president and co-owner of Georgia-Carolina Brick & Tile (Highlight changes) George and Nicci Bush knew they wanted to live in the historic Summerville district...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/10/29/liv_102261.shtml
Life & style
Hidden memories

...Bush's garden is concealed by Leyland cypress, Annis hedge shrubs and brick walls. After all, her husband owned Georgia-Carolina Brick and Tile. They renovated the front walk, replacing flagstones with decorative brick patterns. The flagstones...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/06/22/ent_314493.shtml
Things to Do
Eugene M. Long

...distinguished military career. An Augustan since 1946, he was an owner, chief executive officer and president of the Georgia Carolina Brick and Tile Co. That company was sold to Merry Co. in 1975, where he served as executive vice president until...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/01/26/op_251367.shtml
Opinion columns
Edward W. Hagler

...cheered on those who mentored the young. As much as anything, though, the former treasurer of family-owned Georgia Carolina Brick and Tile was an Augustan. He loved the city and was "a fixture downtown for many years," said friend and attorney...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/08/25/edi_354926.shtml
Editorials
Community's picturesque roads like a stroll down memory lane

...Yankee money to build them because we were poor. P -- O, 'po," said Ms. Bush, whose family used to own the Georgia-Carolina Brick and Tile Co. Sixty years later, homeowners and historians revel in the roadways along Lake Forrest Drive...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/01/05/met_220095.shtml
Metro
Mr. Eugene Long

...Croix de Guerre and retired with the rank of captain. He was an owner, chief executive officer and president of Georgia Carolina Brick and Tile Co. until 1975, when the company was sold to Merry Companies Inc. He was executive vice president...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/01/24/obi_251194.shtml
Obituaries
Mr. Edward Hagler (AUGUSTA, Ga.)

...He was a graduate of the Academy of Richmond County and the University of Georgia. He was the treasurer of Georgia Carolina Brick and Tile Company, which was founded by his father John Carroll Hagler. Mr. Haglers wife, the former Elizabeth...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/08/23/obi_354379.shtml
Obituaries