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  1. Holy Mischief: Ruddy Duck Records RD 2. Monsieur De Charles - 3. Remember When - 4. Luna Nueva - 5. Sue Jeanius - 6. Dreams That Dance - 7. Too Much Romance - 8. The Bridges Of Terrell County - 9. Wildwood -.
  2. On Oct. 10, Ned Marshall opened the BP store around 3 a.m. Earlier, Mack and his younger brother, Davorius, Terrell Addison and Ben Stewart got into a stolen tan-colored Buick to go to Rock Hill.
  3. Marshall County Historical Museum () College St, built as a dormitory for the old Mississippi Synodical College - Houses many local historical artifacts and features a Civil War Room. Ms. Lois Swanee is the Museum Curator. [The South Reporter, Dec 3, ] Marshall County Historical Museum website Martin Cottage () Walthall St. Mason.
  4. Greer, Jabez Marshall Hancock, Asbury W. Helm, Nancy (letter to her son) Holly Springs Articles from The Daily Dispatch Howard, 2 nd Lieutenant Robert James Lesueur, Lt. Col. Charles Marion Marshall County Companies McLeroy, Needham Franklin Memories of the Civil War Military Graves in Marshall County Mississippians at Johnson's Island.
  5. Jun 25,  · Marshall County District Attorney Everette Johnson succeeded Steve Marshall after he was appointed Alabama Attorney General. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to him,” Johnson said. “I worked for him for 15 years and I’ve known Bridgette longer than I’ve known Steve.
  6. (age 61) Eddie Marshall And Holy Mischief (Ruddy Duck Records RD). Jeff Cressman, trombone #9; Kenny Brooks, tenor, soprano sax; Paul Nagel, piano; Jeff Chambers, acoustic bass; Eddie Marshall, drums, alto recorder.
  7. Philemon Terrell Jr. obtained a patent on 21 April in Section 9, Township 2, Range 7 west of the Mississippi River. He purchased additional land in Pointe Coupee and obtained another patent on 15 February The land of Philemon Terrell Jr. on Big Tree Bayou, according to maps, was located south adjoining the Rice property.
  8. Terrell Bridges was born circa , to James D. Bridges and Freddie Terrell. Terrell married Eula C. Owen. Terrell passed away on month day , at age 61 at death place, Alabama. James Spratt Bridges Alabama Alabama Terrell Bridges, Circa -

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