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Re: Book: Early Records of Choctaw County
Posted by: Lutricia Clifton (ID *****8744) Date: February 02, 2005 at 06:54:12
In Reply to: Re: Book: Early Records of Choctaw County by Fran Chancellor of 521

Fran, I hope you have time for another lookup. I'm tracing my Bowen/Bone line, various ones of which settled in Choctaw Co. from around 1830 to 1850.

Addison or Anderson Bone/Bowen, first found in 1830 census Choctaw Co. Married Eliza. Born SC.

Willard or Willit Bone/Bowen, first found in 1850 census Choctaw Co. In 1830 and 1840, in Laurens Co., SC. Married Elizabeth "Betsy" Carter. Children on 1850 census: James, Young, Chesley, Richard, Robert, Mary and Dunwoody (aka David Woody). Willard died around 1860 and is buried somewhere in Choctaw Co.

There were reportedly 2 or 3 other brothers in this line who also settled in MS; have not been able to identify them.

And mention of them? Thanks.

Lois Clifton


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