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Nesoba County Cemetery Census Book

Nesoba County Cemetery Census Book

Posted: 26 Apr 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Aug 2001 4:50PM GMT
Surnames: Butler, Harrison, Pinson, Rowzee
I am trying to locate some Pinson ancestors that might have lived in Neshoba county and then moved to Newton County. I have the Newton Co. Cemetery book and have heard that there is a Neshoba Co. book and would like to know where I could purchase one.

Neshoba Cemetery book.

Ramona Fikes (View posts)
Posted: 17 May 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
The book is called:
Our Links To The Past, 1833 To 1996
Cemetery Records of Neshoba County Ms.
Neshoba County Public Library,
230 Beacon Street Philadephia MS 39350
You will need to write the libray for
the availability and all the prices OK

Butler and Harrison

Posted: 31 Aug 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 11 Mar 2006 11:45PM GMT
Surnames: Butler, Harrison, DeHay, Worsham, Moore

My GGrandparents James L. and Martha (Harrison) DeHay migrated from S.C. to Neshoba Co. Ms. around 1850-51. Their oldest daughter Sarah Jane DeHay and her husband J.J. Butler and their children migrated with the DeHays to Ms. As did Zachariah Andrew DeHay and wife Rebecca McDonald. Don't know what relation James and Zachariah were, but I'm sure they were related. James was born 1797 in Union Co. S.C. and Zachariah was born 1838 in Union Co. S.C. Joseph Butler was born 1820 and Sarah Jane was born 1822 in S.C. Their son Harrison Bailey Butler married Sarah Jane Worsham in Ms. She was the daughter of William "Bill' and Harriet (Moore) Worsham. If any of these Butlers or Harrisons connect with your family, e-mail me at

Re: Butler and Harrison

Posted: 1 Jun 2012 11:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
Anita, I believe Harrison was either my great-great grandmothers (Sarah Iva Algie Butler) brother or uncle. If you have any information on her I would love to hear fom you.
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