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Re: Stansfordsville (Lost town)
Posted by: David L. Casey (ID *****1131) Date: June 20, 2003 at 05:28:10
In Reply to: Re: Stansfordsville (Lost town) by Dora Brawley of 798

I believe the parenthetic "Lost town" just indicates that Stansfordsville is no longer there, or in other words is a "ghost town" or simply non-existent. The only information I have about it is written in this book (scanned image) here:

http://www.casey-genealogy.com/Holt-White/Page3.html

Best of luck!

DLC


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