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Black Bayou Tallahatchie . . .
Black Hawk Carroll . . .
Black Hawk Holmes . . .
Blackland Prentiss . . .
Blackmonton Carroll . . .
Blackwater Marshall extinct Laws Hill .
Blackwater Lafayette . . More info
Blaine Sunflower . Vance's Crossing ,
Blakeley Warren . . .
Blands Lafayette . . .
Blanton Sharkey . . .
Blanton's Gap Choctaw . . .
Blisterville Lincoln . . .
Blodgett Jones extinct . .
Blountville Lawrence . . .
Blue Calhoun . . .
Blueberry Hill Lincoln . . .
Blue Mountain Benton . . .
Blue Mountain Tippah . . .
Blue Springs Union . . .
Bluff Lake Noxubee . . .
Bluff Lake Oktibbeha . . .
Bluff Lake Winston . . .
Bluff Springs Attala extinct . .
Bluff Springs Union extinct . GO TO
Blythe Desoto . . .
Bobo Coashoma . . .
Bogalusa East Pearl River . . .
Bogue Washington . . .
Bogue Chitto Lincoln . . .
Boice Wayne . . .
Bolands Itawamba . . .
Bolivar Bolivar . . .
Bolton Hinds . . .
Bond Forrest . . .
Bond Perry . . .
Bond Stone . . .
Bond Pond Perry . . .
Bond Pond Stone . . .
Boneyard Alcorn extinct . .
Bonus Franklin Farming community on a dirt farm road about five miles or so north of Meadville not far from the Jefferson County line. Bonus was established as a post office in 1900. . .
Boon Winston . . .
Boonville Prentiss . . .
Bouncetown Noxubee extinct Boundstown .
Boundstown Noxubee extinct Bouncetown .
Bournham Lawrence . . .
Bovina Hinds . . .
Bovina Warren . . .
Bowdre Tunica - - -
Bowem Itawamba . . .
Bowerton Copiah . . .
Bowles Chickasaw . . .
Bowling Green Carroll . Middleton .
Bowling Green Holmes . . .
Bowman Tate . . .
Boyce Wayne . . .
Boyer Sunflower . . .
Boyud Lawrence . . .
Boykins Smith . . .
Boyle Bolivar . . .
Bradford Jackson . . .
Bradley Oktibbeha . . .
Brame Pontotoc . . .
Brandon Rankin . . .
Brandywine Claiborne extinct . .
Branyan Union extinct . GO TO
Braxton Rankin . . .
Braxton Simpson . . .
Brazelia Noxubee . . .
Brewer Greene . . .
Brewer Perry . . .
Brickeys Tunica . . .
Bridesville Sunflower 1897-98 . .
Bridges Oktibbeha . . .
Brierfield Warren . . .
Bright Desoto . . .
Brights Amite . . .
Brit Smith . . .
Brock Carroll . . .
Brookhaven (old) Copiah extinct . .
Brookhaven Lincoln . . .
Brooklyn Forrest . . .
Brooklyn Noxubee extinct . .
Brooklyn Perry . . .
Brooks Leflore . . .
Brooks Sunflower . . .
Brooks Tallahatchie . . .
Brooksville Noxubee . . .
Brownfield Tippah . . .
Browning Carroll . . .
Browning Leflore . . .
Brown's Creek Prentiss . . .
Browns Lake Pearl River . . .
Browns Lake Stone . . .
Brownsvill Hinds . . .
Brown's Wells Copiah . . .
Brownsville Madison . . .
Brown Town Greene . . .
Bruce Calhoun . . .
Bruinsburg Clairborne extinct . .
Brunswick Warren extinct . .
Bruton Coahoma . . .
Bryant Yalobusha extinct . .
Buckatunna Wayne . . .
Buck Creek Greene . . .
Buck Island Adams . . .
Buck Island Wilkinson . . .
Buckland Claiborne extinct . .
Buckner Washington . . .
Bude Franklin A thriving metropolis located in the middle of the county which has a city government, library, an enormous saw mill, a restaurant, a motel, a grocery store and several gasoline stations. It is located on Highway 84 a couple miles southeast of Meadville and it is on the Illinois Central railroad line. The population of Bude is about 950 people making it the largest town in Franklin County. Bude was formed in 1912 and named for the old home in England of Mrs. F. L. Peck whose husband was one of the founders of the town. . .
Buena Vista Chickasaw . . .
Buford Marion . . .
Bullock Tippah . . .
Bunckley Franklin Farming community which was originally named for the Bunckley family who were early Franklin County settlers who operated a ferry on the Homochitto River in the 1840s. Bunckley is located north of the Homochitto River in the south central part of Franklin County. It is about four miles east of Knoxville and the road from Knoxville to Bunckley was called "The Bunckley Ferry road". . .
Bunker Hill Jefferson Davis . . .
Bunker Hill Marion . . .
Bunker Hill Smith . . .
Bunnie Lauderdale . . .
Burdette Washington . . .
Burgess Lafayette . . More info
Burkettsville Attala extinct . .
Burks Coahoma . . .
Burketon Grenada . . .
Burnice Sunflower extinct . .
Burns Jasper extinct . More info
Burns Smith . . .
Burnside Neshoba . . .
Burnsville Alcorn . . .
Burnsville Prentiss . . .
Burnsville Tishomingo . . .
Burrow Alcorn . . .
Burtons Prentiss . . .
Burtonton Copiah . . .
Busby Tunica . . .
Busy Corner Amite . . .
Busy Corner Franklin . . .
Butler Franklin Located one mile NW of Meadville and known locally as Butler's Switch. Established in 1908 by Erastus Butler who opened a sawmill on this site. Now listed as being extinct. . .
Butler Warren . . .
Byhalia Desoto . . .
Byhalia Marshall . Byhalia NW .
Byhalia Tate . . .
Byhalia NW Desoto . . .
Byhalia NW Marshall Historical Byhalia .
Byram Hinds . . .
Byrd Greene . . .
Bywy Choctaw . . .

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