This comes from our friend Wanda Tracy, who won't have any
more information on these folks than what you see here.
Mississippi Genealogical Exchange
1971 & 1972 Issues
NORTH CENTRAL NEWSPAPER NOTICES
MDAH P.O. BOX 571, JACKSON, MS
Organizer, Oxford, MS Vol V No 2, May 5, 1849
"A man calling himself James MADISON was convicted by the current court
now in session at this place of an attempt to steal a negro belonging to
Mrs. Mary A. BOWLES of this County".
The Organizer May 12, 1849
"Additional delegates to District Convention : includes J.R. BOWLES &
Organizer---june 9, 1849
Democratic convention in Pontotoc, first Monday in June 1849. Delegates
answering Roll Call include J.R. BOWLES.
The Organizer June 23, 1849
"The first cotton bloom was brought in by W.J. CURRIE from the farm of
Mrs. Mary A. BOWLES."
THE ORGANIZER Jan 5, 1850 Vol V NO 35
"P.L. CLEMENTS advertises his land in the NW1/4 S11 T8 R3 and SE1/4 S2,
T8, R3. Persons desiring to bur see Mr. S. B. BOWLES."
JEFFERSON COUNTY MARRIAGE BOOK A
Office of the Circuit Clerk, Fayette, MS
page 14---BOND-12/17/1805 . William BOWLS & John BOWLS (BOWLS in Bond,
signed BOLLS), bondsmen for marriage of William BOWLS & Elizabeth
pg. 15---12/17/1805--License for above couple.
Return--William BOLLS & Elizabeth GRIFFING were married 12/19/1805 by
( No heading)
William H. BOLE ( & others) were appointed commissioners to organize Leak
Co. 12/23/1836 which had been organized from territory ceded by the
Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek.
WAYNE COUNTY APPOINTMENTS --1818
Isaac C. BOLD, 9/11/1818, Justice of the Peace.