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Notes


James Addison Lee

1880 United States Census for Red Creek And Wolf River, Marion, Mississippi
Family History Library Film 1254656, NA Film Number T9-0656, Page Number 330B
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
James LEE Self M Male W 53 --- Farmer --- ---
M. LEE Wife M Female W 46 MS Keeper House MS MS
N. M. LEE Dau Female W 16 MS MS MS
L. J. LEE Dau S Female W 15 MS MS MS
N. W. LEE Son S Male W 13 MS MS MS
E. F. LEE Son S Male W 10 MS MS MS
M. J. LEE Dau S Female W 8 MS MS MS
J. A. LEE Son S Male W 5 MS MS MS
E. R. LEE Son S Male W 3 MS MS MS


Jasper Stokes

Jasper Stokes enlisted in the ‘Stars of Equality’, a company raised in eastern Union Parish in the summer of 1861 for the Confederate service. They went south to the Louisiana Confederate training site, Camp Moore, just north of Lake Pontchartrain. At the official entrance of the company into the Confederate service on 11 December 1861, Jasper held the rank of corporal. His unit became Company E, 19th Louisiana Infantry Regiment. A regimental return indicated that he returned from the Battle of Shiloh on 6 - 7 April 1862 without his arms and was placed into the Infirmary Corps. He died soon afterwards, presumably of injuries suffered at Shiloh. - Tim Hudson


Eliza Slawson Perdue

Jasper Stokes enlisted in the ‘Stars of Equality’, a company raised in eastern Union Parish in the summer of 1861 for the Confederate service. They went south to the Louisiana Confederate training site, Camp Moore, just north of Lake Pontchartrain. At the official entrance of the company into the Confederate service on 11 December 1861, Jasper held the rank of corporal. His unit became Company E, 19th Louisiana Infantry Regiment. A regimental return indicated that he returned from the Battle of Shiloh on 6 - 7 April 1862 without his arms and was placed into the Infirmary Corps. He died soon afterwards, presumably of injuries suffered at Shiloh. - Tim Hutson


William Henry McCardle

Research needed, no known connection:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
W. H. MCCARDLE Self M Male W 35 MS Clerk KY MS
Mary MCCARDLE Wife M Female W 35 MS House Duty MS MS
Farie MCCARDLE Dau S Female W 13 MS MS MS
4th Ward, Vicksburg, Warren, Mississippi
Family History Library Film 1254667, NA Film Number T9-0667 , Page Number 428B


Zachyrus Taylor Landrum

Land Patent - Mississippi
3/28/1890 SW 12/ 1-S 14-W No St Stephens MS Pearl River 159.56 acres
Research needed, no known connection:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Z. T. LANDRUM Self M Male W 31 AL Laborer GA SC
Mary C. LANDRUM Wife M Female W 28 AL Keeping House SC AL
Anna LANDRUM Dau S Female W 6 AL AL AL
Mary E. LANDRUM Dau S Female W 4 AL AL AL
William T. LANDRUM Son S Male W 2 AL AL AL
Francis E. LANDRUM Dau S Female W 1 AL AL AL
Beat 1, Choctaw, Alabama, Family History Library Film 1254007, NA Film Number T9-0007, Page Number 225A


William Riley Landrum Jr.

Land Patent - Mississippi
1/5/1889 20 1/ 1-S 14-W No St Stephens MS Pearl River W½NW 12/ 1-S 14-W No St Stephens MS Pearl River SENE 11/ 1-S 14-W No St Stephens MS Pearl River 159.79 acres