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Re: Eliza Jane Canty 1850 AL
Posted by: Bill Rosser Date: March 13, 2002 at 01:14:22
In Reply to: Eliza Jane Canty 1850 AL by Donna Arabie of 468

Evidence of Thomas J. Lee in Gibson County, MS, 1900.
Gibson County is a rural county just southwest of Hattisburg, MS, one/half of which today belongs to
the "DeSoto National Forest". A small county seat
is New Augusta, MS.
I doubt that these settlers ever relocated Southward
toward New Orleans or the Gulf Coastal regions....
since they apparently were "upland" persons, they more
probably headed West for, cheap land in Arkansas
upland Lousiiana or on to Texas.


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