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Re: Feemster in Pontotoc, MS 1850 and 1860
Posted by: Jean Hyde Date: September 09, 2001 at 03:38:29
In Reply to: Re: Feemster in Pontotoc, MS 1850 and 1860 by Sally Feemster of 265

Hello Sally,
How are you? Thanks for responding to my post. Yes, you did tell
me about W O Feemster and Minos Feemster. I understand they didn't have any slaves. I think probably the Feemsters in Lowndes did. Since my family are from that region. I found my grandfather,Charlie
Feemster on the 1900 census with his first wife,Willie in Macon,
MS. Somewhere I saw a Mary Feemster, but right now I can't remember.
You can email me
Take care,

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