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James Yielding
Posted by: Marlene Yielding McCormick (ID *****8455) Date: March 24, 2003 at 20:37:45
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Ginger sent this to me that she recieved from Mac Stiles. Thought some of you would be interested.

Blount County Alabama Confederate Census of 1862, Beat No. 17, Report of William T. Dun, agent for Beat No. 16 Supplemental: James Yielding in Capt. Musgroves Company of Volunteers, left 20 January 1862. [Children] Martha Ann; 9 years, Isaac 8 years; Thomas 6 years; Adaline 5 years; William 2 years; Elijah 1 year. Has no corn, one cow & calf, 300 lbs pork. The source of this Census Information: Alabama Family History and Genealogy News, Vol. 15, No. 2, page 54. April, May, June 1994.

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