Your reply is bascially what I think...that Allen was the son of Asa Rutland and a brother to the William found from 1840 to 1880 in Covington Co.
The only reference to an Andrew is the 1850 census and I don't believe this is correct. From 1860 through at least 1900 he is always shown as Anderson Rutland. I've considered the possibility that his name may actually have been Andrew S. Anderson Rutland, which would make his initials ASA, perhaps for his dad. It's just a thought. Anderson Rutland served in the 7th MS.
I'm convinced the Rutlands of south MS all tie in to Asa Rutland, first found in Pike Co, 1813. Proving it is something else entirely.
Thanks for your reply. I will be out of town for a few weeks, but perhaps when I return we can discuss the Rutlands further.
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