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From: Elsie Swilley <>
Subject: Re: [GA-Roots] 1820 Census Stephens/Holliday
Date: Sat, 17 Feb 2001 23:38:49 -0500
I really don't know how to answer you. I would suggest you find out what
the area was called before it was Dooly Co. Sometimes these areas we know
today were in another state and were cut out of that state when lines were
I did not find a Halliday in this book. I did find Thomas Holliday in
"WILLIAM H. stephens" wrote:
> Elsie Swilley- Thanks for your reply on John S. Stephens- Did settlers
> live in these areas before they became a county? If so , how does one get
> info on who lved there? (Dooly Co.) Thanks Harold. When he bought land
> in Stewart Co. in 1837, he gave Houston Co. as his residence- no record
> of him there.I can not even find him in a 1840 census. He was married to
> Janie Halliday, dau of Thomas Halliday.
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