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Re: SAMUEL JAYNE Monticello MS (1815 - 1820s)
Posted by: PHIL IN MONTICELLO Date: December 31, 2001 at 12:07:24
In Reply to: Re: SAMUEL JAYNE Monticello MS (1815 - 1820s) by Joe Jaynes of 392

No -- I am not a Jayne decendant.. I have been researcing and compiling Lawrence county history for a few years now.. The Jayne brothers played a big enough part in the early years that I was doing some research on them a while back..

I think according to county records that it is possible that there might have been a couple of other brothers here with them early on .. There are records of them in Covington and Simpson county records also.. Try those Forums.

I do not know where Samuel is buried, but Im almost sure it is in Lincoln County MS. Try that Forum too..

I have seen "Col Brewster" refered to in a few Historical books.. Probably of Revolutionary or War of 1812.. Any Idea when he was born? His timeline may give you an Idea of where "Col." might have came from ... I'd like to know, if you find out..

PHIL IN MONTICELLO


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