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Can anyone give me information on a Thomas Clay STRICKLAND and Lena Perle
MADDOX Strickland. They lived in Jackson, Mississippi and are buried in
Cedar Lawn cemetery there. Dates 1888 until 1945 and 1889 until 1944. One
son was named Lomer Edwin (Eddie) Strickland 1925-1977. Any info you could
share with me about children or siblings would be appreciated.
Susan Strickland Grondin
The MSALCORN Mailing List is an e-mail list for genealogical research of Alcorn County Mississippi. We are interested in any time period and all surnames pertaining to this geographic area.
The purpose of the MSALCORN Mailing List is to band together those who research the Alcorn County Mississippi geographic area, so that we can share experiences, examine sources, give advice, make suggestions that others may find the information they are seeking.
This is a discussion area for anyone who has an interest in Alcorn County Mississippi genealogy and family history including migration patterns, immigration, historical sketches, census data, wills, family Bibles, vital records, web sites, etc. Experienced genealogists as well as 'newbies' are encouraged to contribute to and participate in this list.