Ogeal Halfacre Webster
Ogeal Halfacre Webster, formerly of Cookeville, cuts the ribbon to dedicate the B. Halfacre stage on
Down Memory Lane next to Sutton General Store at the Granville Heritage Day on May 23.
Pictured in the background is her son Don Webster and his family. Ogeal Webster donated the stage
in memory of her parents, B. and Georgia Roberts Halfacre. The stage will be used for storytelling
and entertainment at different events that the Granville Museum does each year.
Her book, Growing Up On The Cumberland River,
is now for sale at Sutton General Store in Granville,
Tennessee. Ogeal now lives in Hoschton, GA.
Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Wednesday, 3 June 2009, pg. 8
Growing Up On The Cumberland River
Stroll back through the 80 years of life in the community of Granville, Tennessee.
Through the past fifty years it changed from an active agricultural rural America to a
small village of Americana. This shows the stamina of the earlier settlers to the same
qualities of the generation there today.
Ogeal Halfacre Webster was born and raised in Hollemna's Bend near Granville.
She has strong personal ties with Granville all of her life, and still considers it home.