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Re: White Pines Area
Posted by: Ann M. Dellinger Date: March 05, 2002 at 11:12:12
In Reply to: White Pines Area by Nancy Reep of 2013

You are correct in that the White Pine township on the 1860 Gaston census is present-day Cherryville. While I cannot place your James Taylor, family number 97 on the 1860 census, I can place family # 87 James Clark as residing on present-day St. Mark's Church Rd. on the outskirts of the village of Crouse.

Ann M. Dellinger

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