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Re: J.R. Feemster in Noxubee County 1840
Posted by: Jean Hyde Date: April 05, 2001 at 19:37:56
In Reply to: Re: J.R. Feemster in Noxubee County 1840 by tee key of 265

Hello Tee Key,
Thanks for responding, but J.R. Feemster wasn't a slave. He fought in the Civil War. I was wondering if he had any slaves. Many slaves took the last name of their owners. I'm sure if he name was J. R. or J. D. At the time of War, he was living in Noxubee County, MS. Many made their wealth off of slave labor, not only bonds. :)


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