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The Caroline County Circuit Court building was dedicated Saturday, December 13 to retired judge and Bowling Green native, Judge J. Peyton Farmer. Judge Farmer retired in 1999 and continued to serve as a substitute judge until 2008. In 1990, he was the first person from Caroline County to be selected by the General Assembly to serve as a Circuit Court judge in the 15th Judicial Circuit. In 1961, he was appointed to be Caroline County commonwealth’s attorney until 1969, when he was appointed to become Caroline’s Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court judge. The portrait of Luther Morris, a former Caroline supervisor and Circuit Court clerk, was unveiled Saturday, as well. Morris was the area’s first black circuit court clerk, elected in 1983. He represented the Reedy Church District on the Board of Supervisors for many years. The portrait will hang in the Circuit Court building.
Photos by Mark Svare


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