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Lamar County was formed February of 1867 from Marion, Fayette, and Pickens counties and named Jones County, in honor of E.P. Jones of Fayette County. In November of the same year, the county was abolished, but was recreated in October 1868 as Sanford County. The name was changed to Lamar County in 1877 to honor Senator L.T.C. Lamar of MS, who was born in GA.
Precinct No. 1 - PO: Big Pond
42/42 Combs, P. C. 65 M W Cabinet Maker 225 220 VA
Suvisa 43 F W keeping house TN
Virginia 15 F W at Home MS
Capitola 7 F W MS
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42/42 Combs, Minnie L 2 F W AL
Gideon 2/12 M W AL April
MOODY, Nancy A 23 F W MS
_____, John C. 20 M W Works at Furnace MS
Combs, Franklin 15 M W Works in Farm MS
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