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Re: Slawson in MS/AL
Posted by: Milton Slauson Date: December 07, 2001 at 06:16:27
In Reply to: Re: Slawson in MS/AL by Jake Shepard of 397


Tammie,
John "Alfred" Slawson was born Mar. 28, 1892 in Winston Co., MS and married Ella Louti Campbell in Carroll Co., MS on June 15, 1913. She was born Dec. 5, 1897 and was the dau. of William Columbus & Laura Angeline (Parker) Campbell. Alfred's father was James "Jim" Henry Joel Slawson. He was the son John & Lucinda (Watkins) Slawson. Jim was born Mar. 1, 1864 in Winston Co., AL and died Oct. 31, 1931 in Carroll Co., MS. He married Mary "Cynthia" Elizabeth Moore on Oct. 25, 1887 in Winston Co., MS. Alfred's children were:
Melvin Woodrow (b. July 18, 1914 & m. Alice Cora Gows in 1935), James William (b. Jan. 19, 1916 & m. Erma Louise Gows in 1936), Laura Elizabeth (b. July 8, 1918 & m. Vurland Hill in 1933), Margaret Louise (b. July 6, 1929) and Johnie Louti (a dau. b. Nov. 22, 1930). I hope this helps. If you have any questions, just post them. I would greatly appreciate it if you would post the dates of death and the places of burial for John Alfred Slawson and for James William Slawson, Sr. I wish you well with your research.
Milton


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