Buckley Report: The lost Bible

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MOCKSVILLE, N.C. -- When Kaitlyn Ducote ran across an old Bible in a back room where she worked in Winston-Salem the easy thing to do would be to simply leave it there.

But Ducote just had a sense that it must have meant a lot to someone. They bothered to write the names of their children, their birthdates – even put a few keepsakes between the pages for safekeeping.

Now, Ducote is trying to find out who it belongs to and return it to them. But that’s a challenge a lot bigger than it first appeared, despite the names of the people who owned it being printed right inside the Bible.

This edition of the Buckley Report takes you along with Ducote as she looks for the owner of a Bible that might be a century old.


  • jerald

    Kaitlyn, call Danny Dunn owner of Wilkesboro raceway park. I don’t have a phone # but he does have a facebook account. He might steer you in the right direction.

  • Sharon Dunn Stewart

    What an awesome find. My grandparents were John Franklin Dunn and Flora Alice Payne. I certainly hope you find the owners

  • Debbie Staley

    My brother in law’s name is William Dunn. You an email me and I will contact him to see if it might belong to his family. It’s worth a try.

  • Sandy Logue

    Kaitlyn–I have names of some of William’s and Carolyn’s grandchildren that are current if you want to email me.

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