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Re: 1880 US Census - Harrells in MS & LA
Posted by: Maxine Fuller (ID *****7684) Date: May 30, 2005 at 17:47:19
In Reply to: Re: 1880 US Census - Harrells in MS & LA by Bobbie Cardin of 18878

No, I haven't seen anything about Cardin/Carden yet but I haven't been at it long. If you mean where Benjamin Franklin Harrell is buried - he is buried in an unmarked grave in the old Crowville, LA cemetery in Franklin Parish and his parents are somewhere in Morton, MS.I talked to a man in Morton on the phone and he told me to visit the Morton Cemetery (somewhere near a school),Sims Hill Cemetery on Hwy.13 South in Morton and Pulaski Cemetery in Pulaski, MS. I haven't made it there yet but I plan to. These are all in Scott County.


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