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Cem. Records for Mounger family
Posted by: Glenda Mounger (ID *****2208) Date: March 18, 2003 at 10:19:33
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Looking for burial place of James H. Mounger and Sarah Ann Boland Mounger in Calhoun Co., Ms.

James H. Mounger b. abt 1842 d. unknown, and Sarah Ann Boland Johnson Mounger b. 1838.

Sarah Ann Boland was first married to Elijah or Elisha Johnson of Calhoun Co., Elijah or Elisha was b. ca. 1835 Ms. and died possibly War Between the States.

All know information on these couples is taken from census records, so dates could be off.

Children of Mr. Johnson and Sarah Ann Boland were:

Exer Johnson b. 1856
James Johnson b. ca 1859
Elijah Johnson Jr. b. ca 1862

I know where Exer Johnson went, but any inforamtion on the other two Johnson children would be appreciated.

Children of James H. Mounger and Sarah Boland Johnson Mounger were:

Charles G. Mounger b. ca 1867
Jesse Mounger b. ca. 1870
Frederick Edward b. ca. 1871
Emily G. Mounger b. ca. 1874

All born in Calhoun Co., Ms. and emum in the 1880 cen. with stepchildren James W. and Elijah.

Any and all informtion on any of these family names and lines. Please would love to hear from you.


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