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Re: Major General Galusha Pennypacker
Posted by: Paul E. Pennebaker Date: November 15, 2000 at 18:11:39
In Reply to: Re: Major General Galusha Pennypacker by Larry Solvey of 152

Larry et al:

I'm a Rebel Pannebecker descendant, while ole Galusha was a Yankee. I found this record in the 1870 Federal Census of Grenada CO, MS :

From Ancestry.com
http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?srvr=search&DatabaseId=3556&db=mscen&GSI=55080246&GSFN=GALUSHA&GSLN=PENNYPACKER&GSPL=1%2CANY+LOCALITY&SUBMIT=SEARCH&PROX=1&TI=0&GS=PENNYPACKER+GALUSHA

Search Terms: PENNYPACKER (1), GALUSHA (1)
Database: Mississippi Census, 1805-90

1870, PENNYPACKER, GALUSHA, Grenada County, MS, 201 East Ward, Grenada Federal Population Schedule, MS, 1870 Federal Census Index, MS30945998.

I suppose Galusha was a peace keeper in the post "War of Northern Agression" South and not a carpetbagger|;<) I'm from an area near Grenada Co., MS. Those who are interested in the Pennebaker History can find my info at: <www.home.gs.verio.net/~pepbaker/pennebkr.htm>.


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