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Deeds -- Mississippi -- Oktibbeha County.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Ames and Hogan families papers

Identifier: MSS-2
Scope and Contents

The Ames and Hogan families papers document the history of the family from 1816-1910. The papers consist of correspondence, legal documents, speeches and essays, business receipts, an autograph album, and other items. Among the business receipts are those relating to Hogan’s business with James Nealley, documenting their trips from Ditto’s Landing to New Orleans, along with their cargo and business partners.

Dates: 1816 - 1910

Mrs. George T. Jolly papers

Identifier: MSS-59
Scope and Contents

Amnesty oath, deed, accounts, 1 bill of sale.

Dates: 1856 - 1885

George A. Smythe Papers

Identifier: MSS-66
Scope and Contents These papers mostly concern George A. Smythe, an Englishman who obtained U.S. citizenship in 1859 and settled in Jackson; and correspondence (1892-1943) of Ella V. Hipple and other family members.Includes deeds, tax receipts, and other business and legal papers (1839-1938) of George A. Smythe, Arthur W. Smythe, and Ella V. (Smythe) Hipple; ledger (1836-1865) of the firm Daly and McKee, Jackson, Miss.; other items many dealing with the antebellum, Civil War, and reconstruction...
Dates: 1836 - 1943