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Re: Rocky Station - Is it on a map?
Posted by: Carline Agee (ID *****9464) Date: September 07, 2005 at 19:25:21
In Reply to: Rocky Station - Is it on a map? by ralph sayre of 2125

Hi Ralph, Rocky Station was a magisterial district for Lee County administrative purposes. It appears on old census and tax records and appears to have been a voting precinct during most of the 1800's. I have seen it listed on some of my ancestor's death and birth records also. This was around the Dryden and Woodway area a few miles east of Pennington Gap.

Carline Agee


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