2 edition of DeCell families from Mississippi found in the catalog.
DeCell families from Mississippi
John Ashland DeCell
Includes bibliographical references (p. 153-154) and index.
|Statement||by John Ashland DeCell ; review panel, Halbert Clayton DeCell III, Kenneth Grady DeCell, Nick Walters.|
|LC Classifications||CS71 .D2953 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 178 p. :|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||94069769|
In Copiah Co., MS, Deed Book C, dated 17 August , Charles S. Newell bequeaths to Caroline Warnack, my sister in law, a certain negro slave child named Cato (or Cate). Deed records on microfilm at the Mississippi Department of Archives and History for Copiah County suffer from scratches and poor filming making them difficult to use. Sarah Stampley was born the daughter of John Stampley and Martha Phoebe Curtis at Cole's Creek, Amite County, Mississippi. Sarah Stampley married Stephen Rinaldo Marble about in Mississippi. LAND RECORD: Jefferson Co, MS, Deed Book C, page On __ day of __ , Edward Foreman & Phoebe Forman, David Hunt Burial: Mansfield family farm, Mechanicsburg, Yazoo .
This category contains a listing of all articles and subcategories that have articles relating to families of persons from the U.S. state of Mississippi.. Subcategories. This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total. Reviewing Mississippi genealogy, those individuals of Irish and English ancestry represent in Mississippi today about 27 percent of the population, with many of those families going back to the early s. Approximately 4 percent and under for each of the following groups; German, Scots-Irish, Italian and French are throughout Mississippi.
Inmate Family Information mainContent The information provided in this section is to help inform those family members and friends of inmates who are not familiar with the daily operation of the facilities and rules established by the Mississippi Department of Corrections. families, reduce the risk of child abuse and neglect, and support and preserve families. Under the umbrella of the Mississippi Department of Human Services (MDHS), the Division of Family and Children’s Services is the agency authorized by state statute to promulgate.
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The history of Prentiss County, Mississippi, including the people and families, buildings, businesses, churches, organizations, schools and and sports. Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a reviewReviews: 2. Grim, Valerie, "Black farm families in the Yazoo-Mississippi Delta: a study of the Brooks Farm Community, " ().
reduced form at the back of the book. families has survived in the farming business despite the disadvantagesAuthor: Valerie Grim. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Author of The DeCell families from Mississippi book families from Mississippi John Ashland DeCell |. Condition: Used: Good. BC Book is in Good Condition/normal wear/ Ships same day or next available day. Please allow 2 to 7 days from USA. Book may have signs of shelf wear (dust) Brouhaha Inc is committed to providing each customer with the highest standard of Customer Service.;J HAS FOLDING ON IT.
Seller Inventory # EYMXR. Herman Decell was born inat birth place, Mississippi, to John Wheat Decell and Mary E Decell.
Herman had 9 siblings: Myra Lucille Matthews, Watts H. Decell and 7 other siblings. Herman married Sara Decell inat age 20 at marriage place, Mississippi. Molly Walling’s book, Death in the Delta, is a look back at the Mississippi Delta in the era between World War II and the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement.
It was a time when Delta whites were still heavily reliant upon poor black laborers to work their plantations, while many of these returning veterans believed they should be /5(31).
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Prentiss County, Mississippi: History and Families5/5(2). Correspondence () and legal papers () of the Martin and Bates law firm, relating to civil cases in Chickasaw and Calhoun Counties, Mississippi, 11 volumes () of court dockets from Chickasaw and Pontotoc Counties, Mississippi, account book (), printed material, and Bates family genealogical material.
Harriet Decell passed away at the age of 65 in Mendenhall, Mississippi. Funeral Home Services for Harriet are being provided by Tutor Funeral Home, Inc. The obituary was featured in. "Some Earliest Mississippi Families," Mississippi Coast Historical and Genealogical Society, February GS Sorin, R.
History of De Lisle and Its Missions. () F G9 S6 "Spanish Residents, ," Mississippi Coast Historical and Genealogical Society, July GS Sullivan, Charles L.
Yazoo County is a county located in the U.S. state of of the census, the population The county seat is Yazoo City.
It is named for the Yazoo River, which forms its western name is said to come from a Named for: The Yazoo River.
Amanda Decell s managed by Sandy Pettipas last edited 19 Jul Steven E. Decell s managed by Ray Niekamp last edited 1 Jun Melissa E. (Decell) Smith 03 Jan Mississippi, USA - 03 Feb last edited 22 Nov A wide ranging and informative book which is invaluable for history and genealogical research about Yazoo County as well as life in Mississippi.
The book is a compiled history of Yazoo County written for the Bicentennial inby Students under the direction and editorial control of Harriet DeCell and JoAnne Prichard. The Order of the First Families of Mississippi: P. Box — Natchez MS — Carroll County Research Resources. Here you will find additional resources to further your research on your Carroll County ancestors.
If you know of a research resource not listed here, please let me know. Carroll County Publications. If you know of any books currently available for sale about Carroll County, please let me know.
Terry Family History - Although I have a website dedicated to TERRY families in the USA there are several articles and quite a bit of information on Mississippi Terry families. There is a search link on the home page to look up people from Mississippi. Thornton Family Reunion of Jones County - Thornton Reunion Web Site.
A BOOK FOR FAMILIES ADAPTED BY: MARTHA KING FROM ORIGINAL MATERIAL BY CYRISSE JAFFEE, DEBRA FRANKEL, BARBARA LAROCHE, AND PATRICIA DICK ILLUSTRATIONS BY: CLAUDE MARTINOT Martha King was senior director of Publications at the National MS Society (retired).
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Maxwell and Allied Families. By Harold Graham. While the Maxwell name is seldom heard in Newton County today, many of its residents bear the Maxwell ancestry and most notably descent from Rev.
Thomas Maxwell of Middlesex County, Virginia and Elbert County, Georgia.According to James E. Brieger's book, HOMETOWN MISSISSIPPI, Ballground is in Warren County, 5 miles NE of Redwood, Mississippi.
It was so named because the Choctaw Indians once had a ball playing field there. A. M. Roach acquired the land first and later acquired by George M.
Klein and later B. N. Simrall.Family and Children’s Services (DFCS) is the agency authorized by state statute to promulgate regulations, policies and procedures necessary to implement the state’s child welfare system and to ensure the safety, permanency, and well-being for Mississippi’s families and children.