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Hayes City (now Lorman)
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Hayes City was the original name for Lorman.  It was originally settled by Dr. John Shaw, who figured extensively in the affairs of the early Mississippi Territory and Pickering County which would later be called Jefferson County.  See his biography on the biography page.

Lorman Places

Ellis Hotel - Lorman Post Office was located here

Originally Cohn Bros Store now a restaurant

Rosswood Plantation

Cohn Bros Store

Cohn Gin at Lorman

Mr. L. Cohn

Also See Lorman

Also see History of Lorman

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