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Wilcox County early 1830's
Posted by: Docjones35 (ID *****8717) Date: July 05, 2004 at 12:35:22
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Is there anyone out there who can tell me if there was some type of sickness epidemic in Wilcox County in the early 1830's??? In the 1830 Census, William H. Norris was listed with 2 males under 5, one between 10 & 15, one 20-30 which I take to be him, one female under 5 and one 20-30.

He marries for the 2nd time in 1832 and it appears that he has only one male child who was born in 1829. Nothing on his previous wife or the 3 children who are also missing.

Also, does anyone know if there was any type of news paper coverage for that area during that time, and if so, which paper would have done it??? Thanks for any help you can provide....C B "Doc" Jones, Melbourne Fl cjones5@cfl.rr.com


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