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Surname Crump in Caddo 1860-1870
Posted by: Ed Crump, Jr. (ID *****2759) Date: October 26, 2002 at 16:09:16
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Do Probate and Marriage records survive from say, 1860 through 1880 at the Clerk's office in Shrerveport?

I am looking specifically for information on P. C. Crump, 52, born NC and Robert Crump 22, born AL, listed in the 1860 Census records for Caddo Parish.

Also, I am looking for some 1870 information on John T. Crump 22 born NC; R.C. Crump 59 born NC; R.W. Crump 30 born LA, and W.S. Crump 22 born LA.

I am happy to drive up to Shreveport from Alexandria if the records survive. I have been to the genealogy library there before, and it is a very good one. I have not been to the Clerk's Office. Thank you for any consideration. Ed Crump (formerly from Shreveport, but a long time ago).


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