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Name: Ed Smith
City: Knoxville
State/Province: TN
Country: USA
Sent: 08/28/2010 02:10:31 pm

Thanks so much for the work you've done to construct this excellent website.

I particularly enjoyed the story of the Spring Hill Methodist Church, as I have ancestors buried there.

Name: Billie Rose Young Harris
City: Augusta,
State/Province: Georgia 30909
Country: usa
Sent: 05/11/2010 08:23:58 pm

The Vance Migration Is a wonderful research article.. My great grandmother is Mary Vance
that married Henry Massengale in Newton ,Ms.
My grandmother is Mary Matilda Jane Massengale Young that married Seaborn George Washington Young
of Newton County. My father is Carl Young and he married Audrey Hatten Young
of Hattiesburg Ms.

Name: john donaghan
HomePage: null
City: newtownabbey
State/Province: antrim
Country: ireland
Sent: 05/09/2010 11:41:22 pm

Name: Kristi Sutherland
State/Province: Alabama
Country: USA
Sent: 04/28/2010 02:42:32 am

My family is part of the James Maxwell family who came to Mississippi
and went back to Georgia. Most of my family still lives in Georgia.
Thank you for the great site!

Name: Jim Miller/focusoninfinity
City: Southport
State/Province: North Carolina
Country: USA
Sent: 04/03/2010 02:17:03 am

I desc. Mme. Marie Josephine de Juzan Hollinger of Mobile by daughter Margaret Hollinger
who 1815 Mobile, wed 3rd U.S. Infantry, Col. Gilbert Christian Russell, Sr..
Their daughter, Ann Maria Russelll wed Mobile and Galveston cotton broker, Capt. Edward Malone, Sr., CSA.

Name: andrea stamper
City: bruce
State/Province: ms
Country: usa
Sent: 03/25/2010 05:04:28 pm

it was very interesting to find out that the stamper family
played such a vital role in our home town of newton ms
i still have lots of questions unanswerd seeing as how my
grandfather charles stamper died when my father was a child.
if any one can help me in my serch it would be greatfuly
appresiated. i no my great grandmother was mary gladys crenshaw stamper.

State/Province: FLORIDA
Country: USA
Sent: 01/28/2010 10:02:53 pm

Thank you for developing this web page. You all did a great job.
It is professionally done and will be very useful to
those who have an interest in the genealogy of Newton County families.

The Wroten/ Crawford family.

Name: Mack Saterfield
City: Livingston
State/Province: Texas
Country: USA
Sent: 01/27/2010 08:24:00 pm

What GREAT Site!!! Good Work.

Thank you

Name: George Searcy
Sent: 01/27/2010 01:59:15 am

The new website was published on 01/26/2010
Name: George R Searcy
City: Columbia
State/Province: SC
Country: USA
Sent: 01/15/2010 05:14:06 pm

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