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These folks were in the following counties in Mississippi in 1860 and one way or another a climb through the branches will lead all the way down to me and mine.

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1860 Calhoun County, Mississippi
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Langford Pugh (b: 1814) was shown to be a Baptist Minister living in the home of another Baptist minister. His children are not with him. Langford's first wife, Lydia McCool died late in 1857. Where are Langford's children? Possibly the younger ones are living with older, married siblings? Look back to Langford's 1850 Chickasaw County MS census account or forward to 1870 Choctaw County MS census information.

1860 > Mississippi > CALHOUN > SLATE SPRING Series: M653 Roll: 578 Page: 579 1860 Census - MS, Calhoun County, page 43, PO Slate Springs, Jul 18, line 33, 303/303:

1860 Choctaw County, Mississippi
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Joseph T. Lowery (b: 1820 son of Christopher Lowery) wife Eveline Livingston and children ages 3 months to 20 years old. Ten years before, they were listed in Winston County MS.

1860 Census - MS, Choctaw County, Snowville PO, page 59, Jul 21, line 32, 404/392: next page

Frederick Franklin Mullins (b: abt 1797), wife Sarah "Sally" (Cotton)(daughter of Allen COTTON). In 1850 they were listed in neighboring Winston County MS. They were still in Choctaw County MS in 1870. Is W. D. Smith related to this family?

1860 Census - MS, Choctaw County, page 9 (913?), Twp 18, PO Bankston, Aug 3, line 21, 649/627:

1860 Copiah County, Mississippi
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Mary Ann (Gillas) Currie (b: 1810) was a widow listed with her children ages 5 to 23. Their father, Robert Currie, died in 1858. This family was in Copiah County MS in 1850, also. 1870 finds Mary and the children still at home listed in Lincoln County MS

1860 ... MS ... Copiah ... pg 84, Jul 19, Line 16, 565/573:

Calvin Blue (b: 1819) with his second wife Rebecca Jane Buie. They were married in December 1856 after the death of his first wife Maria (McLaurin) Dec 3, 1855. Not only did Calvin loose his first wife but less than a month before Maria's death, their almost 7-year-old daughter, Mary Elizabeth, who was listed as 2 years old in the 1850 Copiah County MS census, died November 5, 1855 and their 4-year old son, William McLaurin Blue on Nov 15, 1855.

1860 ... MS ... Copiah ... pg 84, Jul 19, Line 26, 566/574:

William Wallace McLaurin (b: 1830), his wife Martha J. (Gilmer), their young daughter and William's mother, Mary (McLaurin) McLaurin.

1860 ... MS ... Copiah ... pg 87, E. A. Peyton - Ass't Marshall, Jul 23, line 23, 589/593:

1860 Itawamba County, Mississippi
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Abel Lewis Eaves (b: abt 1820, son of Faithey Price), with his wife Mary Ann (Harder) and their children ages 2 months to 15 years. In 1850 this family was listed in the 1850 Pontotoc County Census. In 1870 they are listed in Lee County MS census.

1860 > Mississippi > ITAWAMBA > CAMPBELLTON Series: M653 Roll: 583 Page: 199 1860 ... MS ... Itawamba County, PO Campbellton, page 199, Aug 17, line 39, 1318/1318: Next page (200), line 1:

1860 Jefferson County, Mississippi
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Mary Elizabeth (McLAURIN) FAIRLY (b: 1795) was my 4th-great grandmother. In 1850 Mary Elizabeth was in 1850 Jefferson County MS census. This is quite a mix of extended family here. Archibald is Mary's oldest son with his new bride, Rebecca (Carmichael) Fairly. They were married in June 1860. (They can be found next in the 1870 Jefferson County MS census ) Then, Angus and Virginia (FAIRLY) CURRIE (my great-great-grandparents). Virginia is Mary's granddaughter by Mary's first child, Abigail Effie (FAIRLY) FAIRLY. I feel certain that the baby boy listed as M. C. FAIRLY is actually the first child of Angus and Virginia CURRIE's, Milias Eugene. Angus and Virginia moved to Texas after the Civil War and are found in the 1870 Johnson County TX census . Virginia's parents moved to Texas between 1851 and 1855. Next is Daniel Patrick FAIRLY, Mary's youngest child. Daniel is found in 1870 in Wilkinson County MS And last is Mary's granddaughter, Catherine "Kate" SUGG, who was the daughter of Catherine Elma Penn (Fairly) Suggs. This daughter of Mary's died in 1857 in Texas, very probably at the time of Kate's birth.

1860 Census - MS, Jefferson County, Police District #1, Union Church Miss. Post Office, Page 65, Sep 20, line 9, 506/481:

John Torrey (b: 1818), his wife Margaret Catherine (Cameron) and their children ages 3 to 11. John D(uncan) Fairly listed with them was Margaret's 1st cousins.

1860 ... MS ... Jefferson ... PO Union Church MS, Police Dist 1, pg 74, Sep 28, Line 17, 584/552:

1860 Leake County, Mississippi
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1860 Neshoba County, Mississippi
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1860 Oktibbeha County, Mississippi
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1860 Pontotoc County, Mississippi
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1860 Scott County, Mississippi
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1860 Tippah County, Mississippi
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1860 Wilkinson County, Mississippi
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1860 Winston County, Mississippi
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