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Re: [jacksongenealogy] Rugters University Genealogy Research Site Link

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  • clay gullatt
    Ever wondered what that obscure disease someone died from? i.e scrofula. What did a Wainwright, a Brazier or a Chandler do, ? Just what was a yeoman? What are
    Message 1 of 7 , Oct 1, 2003
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      Ever wondered what that obscure disease someone died from? i.e scrofula. What did a Wainwright, a Brazier or a Chandler do, ? Just what was a yeoman? What are all those abbreviations on the census? Why did whole families seemly died off between census? An epidemic, maybe? Go to this link and maybe find an answer.

      http://www.geisheimer.org/info/gene/misscrutg.htm

      Clay


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    • clay gullatt
      the right one, hopefully. http://www.geisheimer.org/info/gene/miscrutg.htm [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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        the right one, hopefully.

        http://www.geisheimer.org/info/gene/miscrutg.htm


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      • Richard Matthews
        Of interest: NAME: Gibbs, James E. RESIDENCE: Scottsborough COUNTY: Jackson INVENTION: churn-dasher DATE: 9/23/1879 PATENT NUMBER: 219,934 ASSIGNEE: assignor
        Message 3 of 7 , Oct 21, 2003
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          Of interest:

          NAME: Gibbs, James E.

          RESIDENCE: Scottsborough

          COUNTY: Jackson

          INVENTION: churn-dasher

          DATE: 9/23/1879

          PATENT NUMBER: 219,934

          ASSIGNEE: assignor of one-half interest to Charles S. Freeman and Robert H.
          Bynum (Scottsborough, AL)
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