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2 edition of Amite County history found in the catalog.

Amite County history

Eugene D. Wilson

Amite County history

the family & descendants of John C. Wilson

by Eugene D. Wilson

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Published by E.D. Wilson in [Franklin, Tenn.?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Amite County (Miss.)
    • Subjects:
    • Wilson family.,
    • Wilson, John C. ca. 1775-1842 -- Family.,
    • Amite County (Miss.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementEugene D. Wilson, Jr.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS71.W75 1987
      The Physical Object
      Pagination95 p. :
      Number of Pages95
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2484646M
      LC Control Number87405274

      With the destruction of the Pike County Courthouse in the past, this book is one of the few sources for early Pike County History. It is well worth the cost. Many of us here in Amite County have ties to Pike County." William G. Barron VP Amite County Historical and Genealogical Society. Mississippi Court Records, from the files of the High Court of Errors and Appeals, $

      Transcribed and published by Albert S. Casey in Vol. III of History of Amite County, Mississippi.) 7th Mississippi Regiment, Company B: Amite County Rifles. The Amite County Rifles was organized in April, and on Ap went into camp at Camp Brown about a half mile north of Liberty on the west side of Speculation Creek. Amite County, Mississippi, [] by Albert Eugene Casey, , Published and bound privately through the Amite County Historical Fund edition, in English.

      Amite county was created in It is located in the famed Natchez District of Mississippi which was considered one of the first outpost in the Southwest. The major portion of this book is devoted to abstracts of Minutes from the original books of the Baptists and Presbyterian Churches located within Amite County, MS. : Amite County, Mississippi, The Evirons () by Albert Eugene Casey and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great Range: $ - $


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Amite County history by Eugene D. Wilson Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Brief History of Amite County AMITE COUNTY Amite County is located in the southwestern part of the State next to the Louisiana border in what is known as the Long Leaf Pine Region, and is now bounded on the north by Franklin and Lincoln counties, on the east by Pike county, on the south by the State of Louisiana and on the west by Wilkinson.

History. Amite County was established in February from the eastern portion of Wilkinson was named after the Amite explorers had named the latter for the friendly (amitié in French) indigenous Houma people they encountered in the legislation that established the county authorized the appointment of five commissioners to find a site for the county seat Congressional district: 3rd.

To Amite County history book your Amite County, Mississippi genealogy or history information, send an email to [email protected] - we will be pleased to include it here.

If you have information to share for other Mississippi Counties, visit the Mississippi Genealogy & History Network state website and choose the appropriate county. Welcome to the home page of the (ACHGS) "Without a past, there is no future." The purpose and objectives of the Amite County Historical and Genealogical Society shall be to provide for the discovery, preservation, and dissemination of materials and knowledge, about the history of peoples, families, structures, objects, and items of interest, importance, and value, in relation to Amite County.

Mississippi Department of Education. About Amite County. Superintendent Don Cuevas On Duty. UPCOMING EVENTS. Progress Reports Thursday, February 6, Professional Development (No Students) Friday, Febru Presidents' Day Holiday Monday, Febru 3rd Nine Weeks Tests Monday-Friday, March The Slaves of Liberty: Freedom in Amite County, Mississippi, (Crosscurrents in African American History Book 2) - Kindle edition by Smith, Dale Edwyna.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Slaves of Liberty: Freedom in Amite County, Mississippi, (Crosscurrents 5/5(1).

History. Amite County, established inwas the fifth county formed in the Mississippi Territory. InMississippi Territorial Governor Sargent issued a proclamation dividing the original Natchez Territory into the southern or lower division, to be called the County of Adams, and the northern or upper division to be called Pickering.

OCLC Number: Description: 4 volumes maps, diagrams 29 cm: Contents: v. Data selected, analyzed, and compiled from the records on file in the courthouse at Liberty, Mississippi; in the Mississippi Dept. of Archives and History, Jackson; in the National Archives, the Library of Congress, and in the Dept.

of the Interior, Washington, D.C.; and from the various bibliographic sourcesv. Amite County, Mississippi Archive Files Amite County, Mississippi Probate Record Books Amite County, Mississippi Wills and Administrations Book I. Amite County, Mississippi Will Books I & II.

Cain, Frances Ann. Farewell to this Day: The Diary of Miss. This book is well written, well documented. Even if you are not researching your slave ancestry, you will find references to slaveholders and other residents in the Amite County, Mississippi area.

It's a small book for the price, but I found it well worth it for adding rich detail to Cited by: 1. Amite County, Mississippi: Resources - Reference Books - Lookup Volunteers I have listed some of the many Amite County resources that are available, although certainly not all.

If you own any Amite County books, whether listed or not, and will do look-ups, please let me know. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

The Stewarts of Amite County, and descendents of Robert Edward Stewart and Elizabeth Callihan Stewart, of Amite County, Mississippi: a family history. Amite County, established inwas the fifth county formed in the Mississippi Territory.

InMississippi Territorial Governor Sargent issued a proclamation dividing the original Natchez Territory into the southern or lower division, to be called the County of.

Southern Claims Commission Amite County - Barred and Disallowed Claims (Source: fold3 - 7 day free trial) World War I. World War I Draft Registration Cards, Amite County (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) Miscellaneous Data. Amite County Apprentice Book 1 (Source: Genealogy Trails History Group).

The Amite Co, MS Cemetery book notes that more "information for the Smilie history at LA Gen Reg " SOURCES: ~ ”Amite County, Mississippi, Cemeteries” (Mogan & Burial: Smylie Cemetery, Amite County, Mississippi, USA.

Amite County shown in red. History. Amite County was established in Helpful Articles. Changing Place Names in Genealogy Research. 5 Steps to Discovering More Records. Bordering Counties. Franklin County (Mississippi) Genealogy. Lincoln County (Mississippi) Genealogy.

There will be the native Indian history of the area that will be of interest to a lot of people, as well as the Pioneer Families of the county. Amite County was organized Februwhile Mississippi was still a Territory during the administration of Gov.

Robert. Amite County, MS - Overview Map. Those familiar with the Amite County WPA books know that the WPA attempted to cover all aspects of life in the county from its beginning until the date of the WPA project.

Since the writers were concentrating on a sin-gle county they were able to go to a level of detail that was not. UPDATED August 4, NOTE: If there is a African-American genealogy book that you'd like to recommend the library purchase or a link that you'd like me to add to this page, please feel free to email monica (at) with the information.

Amite County Mississippi Marriage Index Vol 2 by Dorothy Ledbetter Murray, Nicholas Russell Murray; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: hfbms, hfb, hfbmiss, Mississippi Marriage Records, MS Marriage Records, Marriage Records, Mississippi Genealogy, MS Genealogy, Mississippi Marriages, MS Marriages, Mississippi vital records, MS vital records, vital records, MS .Samuel McGehee, Sr.

(b: 23 JunPrince Edward Co, VA d: 9 JunAmite Co, MS) was only eleven years old when his father, Edward, wrote his will leaving him acres to live on and farm, with the help of his negro boy, Pompy.

A Prince Edward County, Burial: Samuel McGehee, Sr. Cemetery, Liberty, Amite .