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Re: Attention, David
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Thanks. I found another....without a reference to any doctor...a "C. McAdory" in Smith County in the Mississippi Census of 1866 {Chambers McAdory???} My hunch is the James S. McAdory that died at Lauderdale Springs (wasn't that a CS Hospital?), was the James McAdory who owned (but did not permanently live at) a plantation in Smith County. Was Chambers McAdory related to James S. McAdory? Maybe after the war Chambers McAdory was taking care of family property in Smith County for the deceased James McAdory in 1866?

David

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