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Data pertaining to Richard Simmons family (1770-1814) and other families of Pike County, Mississippi

compiled by William W. Simmons
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Cleveland, Mississippi : William W. Simmons, 1955
108, vi p.

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Willis Simmons (who married Jane Goslin) came from Georgia to the Mississippi Territory ca. 1809. Richard Simmons (who married Ann Tyler) came to Mississippi Territory from Barnwell District, South Carolina, ca. 1812. Both settled in present day Pike County. Also includes information on the family of Samuel Varnado, Sr. who also settled in the area ca. 1809, a descendant of Leonhard Warnedow (Varnado) who married Sarah Hottow (Hutto) in Orangeburgh District of South Carolina ca. 1745. Another family included is that of Jeremiah Smith who came from Lancaster District in South Carolina and settled in Pike County, Mississippi before 1812 as well as that of Urban McClendon who married Mary Simmons in 1833. Also includes an addendum on the family of Jacob Alford (1761-1824) who was born in Butte County, North Carolina and marrried Frances Seaborn (1766-1860). Descendants and relatives lived in Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, North Carolina, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes index.

Includes Simmons, Sandifer, Newsom, Hope, Fortenberry, Alford, McClendon, Addison, Allen, Amacker, Berryhill, Brumfield, Davis, Dougherty, Ellezy, Herlong, Hutto, Kennedy, Lewis, McDaniel, McElveen, Ott, Pounds, Rhodes, Sibley, Smith, Strickland, Thompson, Tyler, Varnado, Walker, Webb and other families.

Contains data on early settlers in Pike Co., Mississippi.

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