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Re: Land Bounty as a way to find info on soldiers?
Posted by: Jay Rimel (ID *****1874) Date: February 16, 2012 at 20:42:21
In Reply to: Re: Land Bounty as a way to find info on soldiers? by MJ of 6345

No. I will have to check my records again to refresh my memory about the the land patents. I strongly believe James Franklin Dishion to be connected to the Chowan county and later Orange county South Carolina Dishons (various spellings) of the early 1800's. But I have been unable to identify James's father or grandfather.


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