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In the 1910 U.S. census of Sale City, Mitchell County, Georgia is a Reuben and Neoma Baisden, who came from North Carolina. Reuben Edward Baisden (b. 5 Feb. 1878) is brother to James Samuel Baisden (b. 10 Jan. 1883) and Myrtle Ann Baisden (b. 8 May 1884), also living in Mitchell County, Georgia. Their parents were James D. and Eliza Baisden of Lenoir County, N.C., according to the N.C. Birth and Death Indexes of Lenoir Co., N.C., but it is uncertain how or if they are related to Siddy Baisden (b. 1845), who lived next door to them in Sale City, Mitchell County, GA. I am interested in who the parents of James D. and Eliza Baisden were and if they were related to Siddy Baisden, who was originally from Duplin County, N.C.