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This photograph appeared in the Jackson Clarion Ledger – Date Unknown – If anyone can identify the date this photograph was taken please advise me. If you have an ancestor in this photo and would like a copy of it emailed to you, please let me know.
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Many who attended the services at the Rodney Presbyterian Church Tuesday were born in this ghost town that was a bustling river port before the Mississippi changed its course and left it to die. Some are shown here. They are: (1st row from left) Mrs. Elise Beck Noble of Fayette; Mrs. Lora Schober Barrow of Baton Rouge; Mrs. None Schober, Rodney; Mrs. Hannah Freeland, Port Gibson; Mrs. Corinne Hall Bemiss, Rodney; Mrs. Arcola Alston, Mrs. Ches Burkley Alston, Mrs. Mamie Paul Matthews and Mrs. Jesse Heckley, all of Rodney. Second Row: Joe Heckler, Rodney; Gladys Burkley Wilson, Vicksburg; Thelma Toler Thompson, McComb; Pearl Ashley Hanna, Jackson; and Golda Ashley Nelson, Clinton. (Photo by Jay Milner)