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This monument was erected in 1913 to
the memory of Southern Soldiers.  It
stands on the NE corner of the courthouse
square in Sumner, MS. Picture taken by
Lisa Tucker.

History Tallahatchie County MS- History, old court house and the newest one.

History of Mississippi

Some History of Radford Jones Fedric

History of Mississippi

History of Sumner, MS- includes a picture of the Sumner Courthouse.  

History of other places in Tallahatchie Co.   includes  Albin, Black Bayou, Black Bayou Junction, Blue Lake, Brazil, Camp Talleha, Cascilla, Cowart, Crevi, Distall, Easum, Effie, Enid, Fewell, Flautt, Glendora, and Graball.    

2nd History of other places in Tallahatchie Co.  includes Hiram, Hitt Spur, Hugo, Leverett, Locopoli, Macel, Mehr, Midway, Mikoma, Mitchner, Murphreesboro, Needmore, Paynes, Philipp, Rabbit Ridge, Rosebloom, Sharkey, Stover, Strathmore, Sturtivant, Swan Lake, Tandy, Tatum, Teasdale, Tippo, Tutwiler, Webb, Whithead,   Also includes a picture of the First Baptist Church in Sumner, MS.

Col. Tom James -

Yesteryear - Sally Brown's stories of  life years ago in Tallahatchie Co. includes their home improvements from 1936 - 1950.

Poem written by Mary Alice French Hyde in the late 1930s. -

Tribute to Granny Branscomb -

Tallahatchie County Mississippi School History from 1849-1937 -

Old Photos of folks who lived in Tallahatchie County Ms

Story of an Indian, called Indian Jim -

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