Category Archives: Marion Wesley Stembridge

Interesting Stories

I just posted 2 stories (not written by me) that share a little more about Marion Wesley Stembridge, that shed a little more light on who he was, and what he did. There’s actually a story going on currently involving … Continue reading

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Marion Stembridge murders rocked 1950s Milledgeville

written by Jonathan Jackson The Union-Recorder September 05, 2008 09:42 pm Peter Dexter won the National Book Award for fiction in 1988 for his novel “Paris Trout”. The book was later adapted into a screenplay, and a 1991 movie version … Continue reading

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Milledgeville: A Real Page-Turner

article written by Carol Clark Special to The Washington Post Sunday, August 10, 2003; P01 “I was there the day Marion Stembridge came up the stairs, wearing that big coat with a pistol in his pocket.” Bob Green, a 78-year-old … Continue reading

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Marion Wesley Stembridge

Marion Stembridge was a respected as a grocery store owner, but he made his real money by being a banker and a loan shark. He had made almost a million dollars off of forcing poor people to pay outrageous sums … Continue reading

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