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Re: A.D. Ratcliff of 1840 Catahoula Parish, 1850 Concordia Parish, Louisiana
Posted by: Faye Patterson (ID *****7006) Date: November 01, 2011 at 12:21:43
In Reply to: Re: A.D. Ratcliff of 1840 Catahoula Parish, 1850 Concordia Parish, Louisiana by Sandra Stephens of 18892

Thanks for your reponse. I also found the same names in the 1870 Chicot County, Arkansas, Census. I believe this shows that A.D. and Eliza moved from Louisiana to Arkansas after the 1860 Census in Louisiana in which they are shown as the only two in their household in Concordia Parish.

I am still trying to find out what the A.D. stands for.


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