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Re: Slaven Family-Magnolia,Ms.
Posted by: Loretta (ID *****2334) Date: January 06, 2003 at 16:46:02
In Reply to: Slaven Family-Magnolia,Ms. by Terry Covington of 398

Terry,

The 1860 Covington Co MS census shows a John SLAVEN, age 21, living in the household of Anderson RUTLAND, age 22. Also in the household are:
Anderson's wife, Lizer, 26 (Elizabeth Graves Rutland)
Elijah BOOTHE, 18 (s/o Stephen Boothe and Susan Graves. Relationship of Susan and Elizabeth unknown at this time, but may be aunt and neice.)
Daniel WALKER, 13 (The only clue here is there is a Sarah Walker living with Susan Graves Boothe's parents)
Frances WILLIAMSON, 60, f, b in Georgia
Jane WHITE, 60, f (Jane may be widow of Joshua White, found on 1850 census)b in NC
Wm ROBERTSON, 50, b in NC
John NEWSOM, 16
John SLAVEN, 21, b in Louisiana
BATES, NN, 24, b in TX
STRAHAN, NN, 16 b in TX
Franklin LOFTIN, 15

Bates is shown as "teacher". The rest, including the elderly ladies are all shown as "farming".

Can you connect to any of the people listed? Anderson RUTLAND is shown as "head" of this diverse household and there is no indication this was a boarding house, altho I suppose it is possible. Anderson is shown as "farmer."

I am researching the RUTLAND surname and am interested in the people living with Anderson. I don't know if this helps.

Loretta


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