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Re: Marvin Slaton Yazoo County MS
Posted by: Clinton Date: July 21, 2001 at 03:16:26
In Reply to: Re: Marvin Slaton Yazoo County MS by Carl of 582

To those mystified:
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Carl is correcting listings interpreted by me from census records, that appear in my book Slayden Family Appendix B.

I agree that "H T" is probably "Z T" since the formation of the letters is similar and Z T fits in this spot.

That said, Z T for D L is not as clear to me since both could possibly be in the 1860 census. Since I do not have access to the manuscript census right now, and Z T is shown in some records as b Dec 1860, this suggests that Carl's interpretation is correct since Dec 1860 is too late for Z T to be caught in the 1860 census.

In any case, the book shows E M as a conjectured son of D L (Daniel Lavender) Slayton. We are trying to determine is E M may be Marvin E Slayton, who married an Annie Pittman.


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