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Historic Tonoloway Baptist Meeting House will be open to the public Friday evening, July 10, for a free Fulton County Historical Society program at 6:30 p.m. with slides by John Mentzer. Union soldiers wounded while fighting General Stonewall Jackson's troops near Hancock, Md., wrote their names on the walls of Tonoloway Primitive Baptist Church in the winter of 1862 when it served as a Civil War hospital. To view their signatures and hear the stories of the men, the public is invited to a meeting inside the church, sponsored by the Fulton County Historical Society. For directions or more information, phone program chairperson Monica Seville at 717-485-4454 weekdays or write to the Historical Society at director@fultonhistor y.org. 049p1_xlg.jpg