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1839 Plat Map contributed by Bruce D Liddell

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Populated Places from the USGS-GNIS Database

 

Extinct Towns and Villages of Jefferson County, MS in 1902

 

Cannonsburg

Church Hill

Dennis Cross Roads

Gum Ridge

Fayette - County Seat

Greenville

(another article on Greenville)

Harriston

Hays City (now Lorman)

Lorman

Lee

McBride

McNair

Raccoon Box

Red Lick

Rodney

Selsertown

Shankstown

Spring Hill

Stampley

Stonington

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Uniontown

 

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