History of Pike County
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Julane Campbell said:   May 5, 2013 8:57 pm PST
Fanny Conerly is my 4th and 5th great grandmother. This is possible because my 3rd great grandmother, Martha Ann Walker, married her uncle, James Pinkney Duncan.

Brittany said:   April 24, 2013 11:13 am PST
Looking for info on Hansford D Sandifer one of the Quitman guards. He is my Great, Great, Great Grandpa. I was surprised he wasn't in the index of this book. It would be awesome if someone had a picture of him or more info to add to the new edition.

Brenda Bardwell Curtis said:   April 4, 2013 8:02 am PST
My great grandfather, Virgil Bardwell, married Lottie Brewer, and resided in Pike County, MS. Any information regarding his father or mother would be appreciated.

Frank N "Doc" Carter said:   March 1, 2013 7:20 pm PST
I descend from Isaac Carter Rev. Soldier , Cumberland NC, +Nancy Young, into Orangeburg SC, to Pike Ms. when still a territory and died near Chattawa 1834, Derrell SC, Ms. La. - Minton La, Tx. La. Ark. Tx.-- Wm Jasper La Ark, Tx. , Wm Ancrum Ark. Tx- me Tx

Shirley Conerly Steele said:   February 27, 2013 9:53 am PST
My dad was Thomas Cecil Conerly from Kokomo, Mississippi. I have heard lots of stories about China Grove. I am ordering this book now. His Mother was Linda Mae Walters of Magnolia, MS and his Dad was Tibbs Conerly. They both are buried in the cementary in Kokomo behind the Methodist church along with my dad and uncle and a aunt. This was very moving to find.

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