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Re: Simpsons, Who Gave Name to This County?
Posted by: Dickie C. Grubbs (ID *****5657) Date: April 28, 2003 at 19:14:27
In Reply to: Simpsons, Who Gave Name to This County? by Bonnie Simpson Valko of 356

Josiah Simpson was appointed as Territorial Judge by President Madison. He was the MS. County namesake. He was a native of Penn., educated at Princeton, studied law, and married Miss Stewart near Fredricksburg, VA. He resided at a place then called Green Hill, in the vicinity of Natchez, Now known as Devereux Hall. He left an only daughter, who became the wife of the Hon. Thomas L. Dobyns, who resided at Rodney, MS.( This was taken from An Early History Of Simpson County, MS. By BEE KING and compiled by Frances B. Krechel.)


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