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Re: Mississippi Township? Where is it?
Posted by: Tarney Smith (ID *****4621) Date: March 17, 2008 at 18:16:07
In Reply to: Mississippi Township? Where is it? by Heather Says of 161

I don't know if the Says were in what became East or West Feliciana, but you will find "SaY' in Feliciana Parish, LA as early as 1802, per AMERICAN STATE PAPERS.

From this site:
http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/amlaw/lwsplink.html

first click on Series "Public Lands" under "Index" click on "searchable text." After it loads, do a search for "Say" You can then click on the page number and it will go to the page. I usually right click, and then "save target as" so that I can orient the pages and read them.

You will find the following in Vol. 3, Public Lands....most of them were in Feliciana Parish.


Adam Say                      p. 391
James Say                     pp. 59, 204
John Say                     pp. 38, 204, 391
John Say, Jr.                     pp. 52, 188
P. and Thomas Say              p. 60


Good Luck.

Tarney Smith
My Feliciana Parish ancestors are Carr and Sandifer, ca 1811, 1812...they were in what became East Feliciana Parish.




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