The records of Lincoln County, Georgia which borders on South Carolina seem to alternately refer to some individuals as Paslmons, then elsewhere refer to the same individual as Salmon or Salmons... early onset of the Price-Pfister sindrome, I suppose.
But, to the point. Will Book E, Page 8 (1833-1877) Lincoln County, Georgia reveals the Will of Elizabeth Psalmons whose daughter is shown as Sarah, and whose husband is shown as Thomas.
The 1830 Lincoln County Census at page 64 shows Thomas Psalmond, age 40-50, one female age 40-50, 1 male 5-10, 2 females 5-10, 2 females 10-15, and 1 female 15-20.
On page 65 of that census it shows Hezekiah who was, I think, referred to as Salmons. Whereas other Lincoln County estate records refer to Hezekiah as Psalmons in the index and as Salmons in the body of the records.
I don't know if this information establishes or suggests anything, but here it is for whatever it is worth.
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