Sorry, I meant to say the only Shelton listed in the Slave schedule for 1860 in Choctaw Co. that I found was T. L. Shelton. The earliest white Shelton I found in the records when I went to Choctaw Co. was a William Shelton. He is dead by 1870 but his wife is still there. They have very few records in Choctaw for the early years. Montgomery and Webster have
a lot. I am sure you know that part of Choctaw was used to form Sumner Co. in 1880, then became Webster by 1882.
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