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Jessie Calvin Blackledge, Dicie Walters Blackledge : Lillie, Reta, Savannah, Daniel, Marshall, Mae, Leonard, Leona, Arlone

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English
Ellisville, Mississippi : Ainsworth Impressions, 1982
185 p., 12 leaves : facsims., ports.

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Compiled by Leona Ginn, Mavis Lewis and Linda Talbot.

Includes Broadhead, Cook, Jones, Myrick, Shoemake, Sullivan and related families.

Zachariah Blackledge (b.1767) married Mary Gressett in 1787 and moved from South Carolina to Jones County, Mississippi. Jessie Calvin Blackledge (1864-1952), a direct descendant, married Dicy Caroline Walters in 1886 and moved from Green County to Jones County, Mississippi. Descendants of Zachariah lived in South Carolina, Mississippi, Louisiana, California and elsewhere.

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