Mississippi Records

Mississippi Potters: A Great Link!!! Be sure to read the "Yalobusha and/or Calhoun Counties" Chapter which covers the history of the Usery's who were well known
potters of Mississippi!

Bureau of Land Management - General Land Office Records

Patentee Name/ State/ County/ Issue Date/ Land Office/ Doc.Nr. Accession/Serial Nr.

USRY,  JOHN B.  MS Scott 5/2/1859 Augusta 13246 MS0850__.177
USRY, JOHN R MS Leake 2/21/1895 Jackson 9339 MS2490__.476
USRY, STEPHEN C MS Yalobusha 5/20/1891 Jackson 5505 MS2420__.358
URSERY, SAMUEL MS Lowndes 9/14/1835 Mt. Salus 7646 MS0230__.138
USERY, JOHN MS Lowndes, Monroe 2/10/1840 Mt. Salus 9272 MS0370__.397
USSERY, ANTHONY W  MS  Yalobusha  12/10/1840  Chocchuma  1005  MS1760__.448  
USSERY, ANTHONY W  MS  Yalobusha  4/1/1847  Chocchuma  1006  MS1780__.258  
USSERY, ANTHONY W  MS  Yalobusha  4/1/1847  Chocchuma  1871  MS1780__.270  
USSERY, ANTHONY W  MS  Yalobusha  4/1/1847  Chocchuma  2127  MS1780__.288  
USSERY, ANTHONY W  MS  Yalobusha  4/1/1847  Chocchuma  2159  MS1780__.293  
USSERY, ANTHONY W  MS  Yalobusha  4/1/1847  Chocchuma  2279  MS1780__.306  
USSERY, ANTHONY W  MS  Yalobusha  4/1/1847  Chocchuma  2292  MS1780__.310  
USSERY, BENJAMIN  MS    2/25/1841  Pontotoc  9704  MS2930__.198  
USSERY, DAVID  MS  Alcorn  7/30/1846  Pontotoc  20283  MS3140__.231  
USSERY, JOHN  MS  Union  4/9/1842  Pontotoc  10664  MS2950__.174  
USSERY, JOHN  MS  Monroe  5/1/1826  Jackson  1641  MS0120__.441  
USSERY, JOHN  MS  Monroe  5/1/1826  Jackson  1644  MS0120__.442  
USSERY, JOHN  MS  Monroe  5/1/1826  Jackson  1645  MS0120__.443  
USSERY, JOHN  MS  Monroe  5/1/1826  Jackson  1646  MS0120__.444  
USSERY, JOHN  MS  Monroe  5/1/1826  Jackson  1647  MS0110__.189  
USSERY, JOHN  MS  Lowndes, Monroe  2/27/1841  Columbus  31156  MS1430__.181  
USSERY, JOHN  MS  Union  5/6/1839  Pontotoc  7471  MS2880__.441  
USSERY, JOHN  MS  Madison  9/21/1835  Mt. Salus  9360  MS0260__.234  
USSERY, JOHN  MS  Lowndes,Monroe  2/1/1841  Columbus  96  MS0060__.267  
USSERY, MARTIN  MS  Claiborne  8/20/1828  Washington  773  MS0020__.100  
USSERY, MERRIWEATHER H  MS  Winston  10/1/1859  Columbus  39571  MS1610__.306  
USSERY, PETER  MS  Winston  2/27/1841  Columbus  19055  MS1200__.470  
USSERY, SAMUEL  MS  Lowndes  2/27/1841  Columbus  13167  MS1100__.029  
USSERY, SAMUEL  MS  Lowndes  2/27/1841  Columbus  13168  MS1100__.030  
USSERY, SAMUEL  MS  Lowndes  2/1/1841  Columbus  147  MS0060__.316   
USSERRY, SHELBY MS Tishomingo 10/6/1840 Pontotoc 8745 MS2910__.216
ESSARY, BENJAMIN MS 8/14/1844 Pontotoc 15532 MS3050__.055
ESSARY, HARMON NEELY MS Yazoo 12/20/1915 Jackson 06490 504331
ESSARY, JOSEPH B MS Yazoo 3/31/1916 Jackson 06494 522354         

Summary of Head-of-Household, 1850 U.S. Census of States: Mississippi

LaFayette Co: Holden Ursery 39-m-NC Lowndes Co: James M. Ussery 29-m-TN; John Ussery 56-m-NC; Samuel Ussery 47-m-NC Tishomingo Co: Shelby Ussery 41-
m-KY Yalabush Co: William Usery 30-m-SC
Unknown County

WELLS, ED marr.  USSERY, KATE 06/12/1894  
SCOTT, USSERY marr.  McDANIEL, MARIA 03/07/1868    
USHER,WILLIAM W. marr.  SCOTT, MARY 07/01/1830  
USORY,JOHN marr.  HAMPTON, PLINEY 11/08/1814   
USSERY,J. C. marr.  WILLEFORD,BETTIE 18/05/1876  
USSERY,JAMES marr.  WALTON,EDDIE 17/12/1891  
USSERY,SAMUEL J. marr.  COOPER, MALINDA 03/01/1836  
USSERY,SAMUEL  L. marr.  SWANZEY, IDA ANN 14/12/1882  
USSERY,SAMUEL  L. marr.  CLARIDY, SALLY A. 22/10/1885   
USSERY,SELLMAN marr.  BARRY,LIZZIE [Mrs] 01/11/1888  
USSERY,STEVE marr.  WIGGINS, MARIAH 15/03/1891  
USSERY, ALFRED marr.  THOMAS,  ADELINE 15/12/1898  
USSERY, C. L. marr.  FRANCIS, SARAH ANN 15/03/1888  
USSERY, DAN marr.  HICKS, SALLIE 27/12/1871  
USSERY, ED marr.  BRINKER, NANCY 12/09/1869  

Alcorn Co.

Essary, Andrew Jackson 4 Jun 1900 white Alcorn MS
Essary, Charley Pearl 27 Sep 1894 white Born Celeste TX Registered: Alcorn MS
Essary, Ed John Jan 1881 white Alcorn MS
Essary, Floid 13 Mar 1887 white Born near Kossuth MS Registered Alcorn MS
Essary, Gilbert 19 Dec 1899 white Alcorn MS
Essary, Henry Washington 15 Jun 1883 white Alcorn MS
Essary, John Allen 27 Aug 1883 white Alcorn MS
Essary, Lee 15 Jan 1893 white Born near Rienzi MS Registered Alcorn MS
Essary, Lewis David 24 Jun 1878 white Alcorn MS
Essary, Mack 8 Oct 1883 white Alcorn MS
Essary, Monroe 22 Dec 1896 white Alcorn MS
Essary, Pat 22 Apr 1892 white Born near Kossuth MS RegisteredAlcorn MS
Essary, Robert Lee 5 May 1895 white Born Kossuth MS Registered:Alcorn MS
Essary, Will Thomas 26 Jun 1886 white Born near Kossuth MS Registered Alcorn MS
Essary, William Lafette 3 Sep 1875 white Alcorn MS
Essary, William Thomas 9 Apr 1877 white Alcorn MS
Essory, Will Thomas 26 Jun 1886 white near Kossuth MS
David Essery and Sara Carter, married 4 Sept. 1846
Levi Essery and Nancy Houston, marriage bond dated 6 February 1849

Land Records:

This county was not organied until 1870, but the courthouse has some of the old Tishomingo County Record books.

A-484 3rd Dist, Shelby Ussery of Tishomingo County, being an owner of real estate on 1 Sept. 1838 subscribed for 11 shares of one hundred dollars each of the
stock of Mississippi Union Bank.
A-605 William Lane Duncan of Tishomingo County sold to Shelby Ussery, SE 1/4 of Sect. 33, Twp 3, Range 11E.
A-635 To John Essary of Tishomingo County from John Lindsey and Nancy his wife, 14 Nov 1839, for $200, NE 1/4 of Sect. 21, Twp 3, Range 8, 160 Ac., about 12
miles south and east of Cornith.
E-108 From John Essary and Mary his wife of Tippah County to Peter Garland of Tishomingo Co, for $200, NE 1/4 of Sec. 21,Twp 3, Range 8 East.
E-374 February 4, 1841, from Charles Hutchison and Elizabeth his wife to Shelby Ussery, for $400, SE 1/4 of Sect. 1, Twp 3, Range 9 East.
M-382 Jan. 18, 1849 from Shelby Ussery to David R. Hallard and John A. Sheldon of Tishomingo Co., NW 1/4 of Sec. 5, Twp 3, Range 11, East, 160 ac.
M-380 Jan 23, 1849 from Shelby Ussery and Miletha, his wife, of Tishomingo Co., to Hezekiah Oden, for $300, NE 1/4 of Sec 1, Twp 3, Range 9 East.
N-4 Sept 24 1848 from Shelby Ussery and Maletha, his wife of Tishomingo Co., to Jas. Lambert, for $150, N 1/2 of SW 1/4 of Sect 2,Twn 3, Range 9.
N-32 Dec. 1 1846, from Shelby Ussery, and Maletha his wife, of Tishomingo Co., for $100 to James M. Montgomery, NW 1/4 of Sect 12, Twp 3, Range 9
N-66 Jan 9, 1846 from Wade Blassingame and Margaret his wife to Shelby Ussery of Tishomingo Co., NW 1/4 of Sect 27, Twp 3, Range 11 East, 160 ac.
N-205 Mar 6 1848 to Shelby Ussery of Tishomingo Co from Thomas A Carter and Elizabeth his wife, land to secure notes.
O-248 Sept 10, 1851 from Robert Williams and Sarah his wife, to Shelby Ussery, all of Tishomingo Co., SW 1/4 of Sect. 20, Twp 3, Range 11; one-fourth of 30-3-
11, part of NW 29-3-11, SE 1/4 19-3-11, and part of SW 29-3-11
O-249 From Enoch Elliott and Elizabeth his wife, 8 Nov 1851 to Shelby Ussery of Tishomingo Co., for $100, E1/2 SW 1/4, 28-3-11E

Probate Records:
No. 299, page 85, Estate of Shelby Ussery, deceased, Letters to J.J. Blythe, an order to sell land, dated 12 Oct 1852
No. 300 L.F. Ussery, et all Minors M-217-8, Dec. 14 1852 Letters of Guardianship of Consada O., W.W., F.T. and H.B. Ussery
No. 739, Estate of L.F. Ussery, deceased. Letters granted.

Calhoun County
Ussery, William Robert 8 Oct 1894 White Born Water Valley MS (was Registered in Calhoun MS 1917)

URSERY, Holden age 50, farmer b. NC
Lucy age 56 b. NC
Margaret age 21 b. MS
Green, age 17 b. MS
Lavina, age __ b. MS
The State of Mississippi )
Calhoun County )
On this 21st day of September 1863 before Mr. Joseph Ryan Clerk of the Probate Court of said county personally appeared HOLDEN USSERY who being newly
sworn according to law deposes and says that he is the Father of GREEN HILL USSERY who was a private in Capt. Elijah Smith's Company 37th Regt Miss
Volunteers commanded by Col. Burton in the Service of the Confederate States in the present war with the United States, that the said Green Hill Ussery
_________ _________ at Holly Springs, Miss on or about the 3rd of March 1862 and died at Chattanooga Tennessee on the 17th of March 1863 or there abouts,
having neither wife or children, that he makes this deposition for the purpose of obtaining from the Government of the Confederate States whatever may have been
due the said Green Hill Ussery at the time of his death for pay bounty or other allowances for services for private as aforesaid.

Sworn to and subscribed to before )
Mr. Joseph Ryan....Clerk ) Holden
his X mark

And on the same day [and] year aforesaid personally appeared MARGARET USSERY to me ___ ___ and whom I certify to be a person of veracity and credibility,
who also being duly sworn says on oath that the statements made - oath of the said Holden Ussery- are true and correct in every particular to the best of her
knowledge and belief, that she well knows Holden Ussery the claimant and well knows for ___ years the said Green Hill Ussery the deceased soldier above named
and that she is wholly disinterested.

Sworn to and subscribed before me )
Js. Ryan Clerk ) Magret Ussery

Claiborne County
Marriages 1820-1826
Elizabeth C. USSERY b. abt 1808 Lunenburg Co., VA m. Bennett R. TRULY 6/24/1824 Claiborne Co., MS by J. Cram JP d. aft 1850
Samuel J. USSERY b. abt 1801 Lunenburg Co., VA m. Malinda COOPER 1/3/1836 Claiborne Co., MS


1820 Claiborne Co., MS
Samuel Ragsdale 2 males 16-26, 1 male 26-45, 1 male over 45, 2 female 16-26 1 female over 45

Tax Rolls
1818 thru 1825 Tax Rolls
Samuel Ragsdale listed. Also on this role is a Robert Ragsdale, Edward Ragsdale, Elijah Ragsdale, John M. Ragsdale, Frances B Ragsdale & Howell Ragsdale.
Land was on Big Black. Claiborne Tax Rolls B-706

Samuel Ragsdale appeared on 1849 Land Roll, Page 34, He had 303 acres valued at $7 per acre N 1/2 of Lot 3, Section 49, Twp 13, Range 3E.

Coahoma County
GRANGE Cemetery, Clarkesdale

USREY, J. C. Born: May 17, 1866 Died: January 29, 1904 “Gone But Not Forgotten”

Desoto County

Usery, John Dee 9 Mar 1886 W De Soto MS
Usher, John 1878 B De Soto MS
Ussery, John Thomas 1877 W lives RFD Byhalia MS

Forrest County
Essary, Joe Battle 11 Oct 1880 W Forrest MS

Hinds County

Marriages Between 1833-1835:
John Ussery and Molly Kansey?

Harrison County

Urie, Fred T. 7 Sep 1889 White Born- Moss Point MS Registered:Harrison MS
Usey, Robert 10 Jan 1897 White Born- Shannonton LA Registered: Harrison MS
Usey, Robert 10 Jan 1897 White Works Moss Point MS Registered Harrison MS

Biloxi National Cemetery:
Dolphus Eugene Ussery b. Dec. 7, 1931 d. Nov. 4, 1999 Plot: C, 0, 401
William Alvin Usery b. Jul. 14, 1929 d.Jan. 6, 1994 Plot: J, 661-A

Lafayette Co., MS

1860 US Census
Ussery, Muggy MS ITAWAMBA CO. FULTON 350 1860
Ussery, William MS ITAWAMBA CO. FULTON 349 1860

SMITH, J. H. marr. USSERY, MARGARET 26/08/1866 (dau. of Holden Ussery)
USSERY,JOHN C. marr. TIDWELL,SARAH 22/12/1857 (son of Holden Ussery)
USSERY,JOHN C.marr. BURK, [Burt] SUSAN S. 10/07/1872 (son of Holden Ussery)

1850 US Census:
Holden Usery (Ursary) age 39 b in NC
Lucy age 46 born in NC
John C., age 18, born in NC
Martha, 14 born in TN
Jemima, age 13 born in TN
Margaret age 11 born in MS
Green H. age 7 born in MS
Lavinia age 4 born in MS
HILL, Julia, age 17 or 19, born in NC

Landowner in 1850:
USSURY, Holden 180 acres, Value of Land $1,000; Value of farm implements $ 250; 150 Bushels of corn ; and 6 bales of cotton ginned.

The 1860 Calhoun MS census lists Holden, age 50 with wife Lucy age 56 and children Margaret 21, Green 17 and Lavina. By 1870 Holden was remarried and listed
n the 1870 Monroe Co., AR census with 2nd wife Jane Bridges)


John Calvin Ussery, Private, Company C, 37 Reg't Mississippi Inf.
On Muster Rolls July 1861 through Feb 1864

This company subsequently became Company C, 34th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry. The 34th Reg't Miss. Inf. was organized in April 1862, as the 37th Reg't Miss
Infantry. By S.O., No. 31, Headquarters Department No. M, dated March 9, 1863, the designation was changed to the 34th Reg't Miss Infantry, that being the
number by which this regiment was known at the Confederate War Department.
Jan/Feb 1863 John was stated on Muster Rolls as sick at hospital by authority of Reg't Sarg. Hollyville(?). Returned in March 1863
Apr 30 1864 Appears on a Receipt Roll of Co's G G & R 34 Miss Regt for clothing.
About April 9, 1865, this regiment was consolidated with the 24th, 27th, 29th and 30th Regiments, Mississippi Infantry, and formed a new regiment which was
designated the 24th Reg't Mississippi Infantry. (See notes on Muster Roll copies ULGD200)
March 22 1865 appears on Prisoners of War at Memphis, Tenn--Deserters from rebel army..Place of Residence Lafayette, Miss--Complexion Fair, Blue Eyes, Dark
Hair; 5' 11 1/2" tall, age 31.
March 22, 1965 J.C. Usry, Pvt 34 Reg't Miss Inf appears on an Oath of Allegiance to the United States sworn to at Memphis Tenn from March 15 to April 1 1865

Lauderdale Co., MS
Peter and wife Susanna Ussery of Newton County is mentioned Dec. 9, 1839, in a deed to a tract of land sold to Alfred Bayles.

Leflore Co., MS
Ussery, George 8 Dec 1899 White Registered: Leflore MS

Leake Co., MS

Usry, Will W. born 21 Apr 1894 White born in Walnut Grove MS- registered in Leake MS

Genealogical Abstract from "The Carthagian, Leake Co., MS 1872-1900", by Regina Hines Ellison, CGRS:
Dec. 15, 1893- Land Office Notice:- John Usry, Hd. No. 18634, NE 1/4 of NE 1/4 Section 24, Twp 9N Range 8. Witnesses: ___E. Ware of Standing Pine, ---B.
Sullivan, J.E. Golden and G.S. Ellis of Walnut Grove.

Lowndes Co., MS

Ussery, Albert born:1 Mar 1890 Black- born in Lowndes Co. MS - registered in Lowndes MS
Ussery, Griggs born10 Mar 1889 White- born in Columbus MS- registered in Lowndes MS
Ussery, John William  born 3 Apr 1874 White- born in  unknown - registered in Lowndes MS
Ussey, Deel  born abt 1899 Black - born in unknown - registered in Lowndes Co.

Ussery, Albert 1 Mar 1890 Black Born Lowndes Co. MS Registered: Lowndes MS
Ussery, Griggs 10 Mar 1889 White Born Columbus MS Registered Lowndes MS [See Pickens, AL
Ussery, John William 3 Apr 1874 White Born Lowndes MS
Ussey, Deel abt 1899 Black

1830: US Census- Samuel Ussery 1m20-30/2f 0-5/ 1f 20-30

1860 Lowndes Co Census:

This is John Ussery and wife Malinda McKinney. John is son of Peter and Amelia Jarvis Ussery.
1850 US Census Lowndes Co., MS Deeds

April 24, 1861: Lowndes Co MS Deed Records 32: 639- deed gift [from Samuel Ussery] to Emily C., daughter

USSERY,MARY H. mar. WEST,JAMES M.     02/12/1856  
USSERY,JESSE marr.  WELLS,FRANCES M. 14/03/1854  
USSERY,JOHN M. marr.  MURPHY,JULIA E. 22/08/1865
USSERY,SAMUEL M. marr.  DARDEN,SARAH JANE 29/01/1867 (2nd marriage)
USSERY,WILLIAM M. marr.  McCOWN,MINERVA J. 02/10/1850  
USSERY, C. V.  marr.  LAWRENCE, LIDA 14/04/1892  [Son of Samuel Masters Ussery]
R. O. ANDREWS mar. SALLIE [Mrs] USSERY 24 Nov 1900   
ANDREW R. EGGER mar. MARTHA P. USSERY 03 Jan 1875   
M. M. HARRIS mar.  SALLIE J. USSERY 18 Nov 1883   
S. W. LAWRENCE mar.  DOLLIE USSERY 15 Nov 1893   
D. M. MAYFIELD mar. ANNIE USSERY 15 Oct 1874   
JAMES W. RIGGAN mar. ANNIS M. USSERY 12 Nov 1851  
Ussery SCOTT  mar. MARIA        McDANIEL 03 Jul  1868         
ALFRED USSERY mar. ADELINE THOMAS 15 Dec 1889        
DAN USSERY mar. SALLIE        HICKS 27 Dec 1871         
ED USSERY mar. NANCY BRINKER 12 Sep 1869         
SELLMAN USSERY mar.  LIZZIE [Mrs] BARRY 01 Nov 1888   
ED WELLS mar. KATE USSERY 6 Dec 1894

"The Commercial Dispatch" Columbus, Miss April 20 1978..GENEALOGY AND LOCAL HISTORY by Betty Wood Thomas certified Genealogist

Samuel Ussery was in the 1830 census with a wife and two daughters under the age of 10 years. By the time of the 1850 census Samuel owned 580 acres of land
valued at $3400. In 1860 he owned $12000 in real property and $45,000 in personal property. According to the 1850 census, he owned one horse, three mules, 18
head of cattle, two oxen, 14 sheep and 40 hogs. The value of his livestock was &614. He raised 1,000 bushes of Indian corn,,100 bushes of oats, 20 bushels of
beans and peas, and 200 bushes of sweet potatoes. He ginned 14 bales of cotton and produced 150 pounds of butter.

Per Oct 6 1994 letter from Rubye Agnes Robertson:

Samuel Ussery was given by his wife's father, Robert Shotwell, "Cherokee" Plantation, which is about 5 air miles west of our family home here.

Marshall Co., MS

Tidwell, Jake 21 Mar 1885 Black Registered: Marshall MS
Tidwell, John 1 Oct 1883 Black relat. lives Abbeville MS Registered Marshall MS
Tidwell, McGowan 6 Feb 1898 Black Registered: Marshall MS
Tidwell, Sam 14 Mar 1890 Black Born: Lafayette Co. MS Registered:Marshall MS
Tidwell, Willie 15 Apr 1892 Black Born: Abbeville MS Registered:Marshall MS

Monroe Co., MS
1820 US Census
Richard Ussery

1830 US Census
John Ussery

1840 US Census
John Ussery

Robert Shotwell, father of Mary Shotwell Ussery.

1860 US Census
Page 459 Western Div.
L.M. Ursery 30 m  AL
Lou Ursery 19 f  AL
Caroline Bishop 50 f  AL
Charles Bishop 16 m  AL

1870 US Census

Page 150 Twp 16/494-604
Usery, Ransom 40 m w farmer TN
Usery, Nancy 35 f w  AL
Usery, Robert 12 m w  AL
Usery, Jesse 10 m w  AL
Usery, Margarett 7 f w  AL
Usery, Lee  5 m w  AL
Usery, Martha 9/12 f w  AL

Ursry, Sam 30 m w farm labor AL
Ursry, Josephine 31 f w  AL
Ursry, Walton 7 m w  MS
Ursry, John 3 m w  MS
Ursry, James 1 m w  MS
Usry, David 23 farm labor GA
Usry, Elizabeth 20  GA
Usry, Mary 1  GA

Probate Records:

Index to Estate Papers, Monroe County:
Jackson Ussery page 94
Molly Ussery page 94
Peter Ussery page 94
Rebecca Ussery page 94
Richard Ussery page 94

Orphans Court Inventory, 1821-1830: Letters of Administration, Estate of Richard Ussery. William Armstrong given full power to administer. July 28, 1823.

Book 1, page 6: Ordered by the Court that William Armstrong, administrator of the estate of RICHARD USSERY be allowed the sum of $79 commissions on the
appraised value of the said estate. Orphans Court Oct. 4, 1825.

(Jan 17, 1827: Giles Co., TN- Petition by Peter, Milly and Rebecca Ussery to have Richard Armstrong of Marion County, AL named their guardian)

Page 21, April 3, 1828: Ordered that Richard Armstrong, adm of the estate of Richard Ussery, decd. make publication according to the statute in such case, and full
settlement of said estate at the next term of this court.

Probate Court, estate papers July 1 1828, pack 71: Minor heirs of Richard Ussery, deceased, named as : Peter, Milly, Rebecca, and Jackson. Administrator of
estate, Richard Armstrong of Marion County, AL. It is stated that Richard Ussery came to Monroe County, Miss from Giles County, TN.

Newspapers and Books
Clippings from the newspaper column "Monroe County and Her People" page 13, 238 "The first members of the Baptist Church of Christ at New Hope included
Richard Ussery. In 1821 the congregation chose Richard Ussery to succeed Thomas Wellington as moderator. Samuel Ragsdale was the sheriff of Monroe county
and his deputies were Samuel Ussery and Nathaniel Crockett.

A Brief History of Aberdeen and Monroe County, Miss. 1821 to 1900 by Bertie Shaw Rollins:
Tract book original entries Lands Sold in Monroe County, 1824 to 1847:

Mannering TOWERY, February 27, 1826 (Could this surname be TOVERY?)
Joel TOWERY, November 29, 1834 (Could this surname to TOVERY?)
John URSEY, October 20, 1835. In 1842 John Ursey was a slave owner.
From "Records of Monroe, Lowndes, and Chickasaw Counties, Mississippi," by Elizabeth Jones, p. 80:

Package #202 - TOWRY, Joel was named guardian of Mary Ann Moore, William Moore, Altemera Moore and Nathan Moore, heirs of Alfred Moore. December 4,
1848. Receipt signed by William D. Moore for his share in estate. Final accounting, Sept. 1854: Nathan Moore and Altamera Cody, wife of John Washington Cody,
late Altamera Moore.

Deed Records
Deed Book 27, page 553: Silas Randle to James M. Ussery, Oct 1, 1869 for $60 40 acres on Buttahatchie River

Deed Book 20, page 154, Dec. 18, 1858: Wilton Rabb party first part, Jesse G. Ussery, second part, James M. Ussery third part, deedoftrust, note for $1800.

Deed Book 22, page 445, Oct. 20, 1862: James W. McElroy to James M. Ussery for $2008, 240 acres.

Deed Book 3, page 25: John Ussery to Joseph McFarlin, July 18, 1831 for $200.."tract of land being situated and lying in the County of Monroe, west half of the
southwest quarter of Sec 23 in Twp 12 Range 17 west in the District of Choctaw in the State of Mississippi, 80 acres, given to John Ussery by the United States of
America." Personally appeared the within named John Ussery before me John McKinney, an acting Justice of the Peace for said county, and acknowledged that he
assigned, scaled, and delivered the within deed on theday and year herein mentioned as his voluntary act; given under my hand and seal this 1st day of Nov 1830.
"For and in consideration of $200 to my husband John Ussery in hand paid, hereby sign all my right, title, claim and interest that I have in and to the within deed, lot
or half quarter section of land by right of dowery or otherwise to Joseph McFarlin. Witness my hand and seal this Nov 1, 1830 Malinda (McKinney) Ussery, recorded
July 18, 1831

Deed Book 76, page 509; Martin W. Usry and wife Nancy A., from J.F. Plant, Oct. 28, 1914.

Deed Book 102, page 369; To John Usery from the United States of America, Land Patent; S 1/2 of SW 1/2 Section 17, Twp 16 south, Range 18 west; Martin Van
Buren, 13 July 1841

Probate Court
Probate Minute Book 1, page 32: John Ussery appointed administrator of the estate of William Stewart, deceased and that John McKinney, Robert Woods and
Richmond Hall be appointed appraisers of the Estate, July 24, 1825

Probate Court Minutes, page 31, July 24, 1826: Ordered by the Court that John Ussery, adm. of the estate of Wm. Stewart, have authority to sell such property as
appraisers may require.

Pleasant Hill Cemetery
Quincy-Hamilton Road, 2 mi north of Dr. Bryan's house:
(Note: Other sources say this grave is at Sartor Cemetery 1/2 mile east of New Hope on S J Jones Farm)

Infant Ussery, born and died 9-2-1901; chld of P & C.J. Ussery

Newton Co., MS
Susannah Ussery is mentioned as the wife of Peter Ussery, Oct 15, 1835 - Columbus Land Office, Feb. 11, 1839 (see Noxubee, Winston and Lauderdale Counties)

Marriage Records:
A.W. Usry, 21 of Newton and Edna Whitesell, 19 m. 1 March 1935
Lamar Usry, 22 w, Baton Rouge, La. to Johnnie Marie Moore, w, 18, Elrel, MS m. 13 Oct 1940. Parents: H. A. Usry and Alice Warren; Ready Moore and Mamie Heald
Ester Vernelle Usry, 23 toL.B. Simmons 23 m. 30 Jan 1937
Ernest E. Usry w 19, Newton to Lois Virginia Talbert w, 17, Newton m. 16 Apr 1949 Parents: J.E. Usry & Miami Ridgon; J.C. Rash & Glennie Talbert
William Franklin Usry w, 18 Forrest to Carolyn Hollingsworth w 18 Lake m. 12 Oct 1954 Parents: Wm. R. Usry & Naomi? Regions; Abb Hollingsworth & Anna Bell
Gibbs Weeks
Robert Rogers Penton w, 21 Newton to Clare Myrtle Usry w 19, Newton m. 3 July 1956. Parents: A.K. Penton & Cynthia Rogers; T.G. Usry & Frances Myrtle
Oliver Lloyd Emmons, w 61 Lake to Frona Usry w. 38 Lake m. 19 Aug 1957 Parents: Dick Emmons & Bernice Emmons; Willia Usry and Clara Parrett
Theo Usry w. 45 Forest to Fronia Myrtle Usry w. 28 Newton m. 1958? Parents: J.R. Usry & Naomi Region; D.G. Muley & Ethel Brantley

Noxubee Co., MS
Court Records:

Peter Ussery mentioned Aug. 9, 1837, and notes made by Peter Ussery for $269.00, April 23, 1836

Marriage: James R. Ussery 55 to Miss Nellie Rodgers, 23 m. 20July 1947

Oktibbeha Co., MS

Marriages: Hoyt H. Green to Miss Mildred V. Usry m. 12 Feb 1950

Misc. Items by H.G. Gray (Usry Bul 68 pg 6)

From A History of Oktibbeha County, Miss., written partially by Thomas Eattle Carroll. Judy Carroll's wife was Gertrude Perkins, a daughter of Dr. J.B. Perkins, son of
Joseph Perkins who married Mary Pauline Ussery, daughter of Peter Ussery of Giles Co., TN.

Excerpt: "A mile and a half east of Sessums? stands, Joseph Perkins in 1837 built a grist mill, horse operated, which served the immediate neighborhood."

Robinson's road from Huntsville, AL to Columbus, MS and throught the southeastern part of Oktibbeha County, and into Winston, and on to Jackson, MS. A
descendant ofJoseph Perkins whomarried Mary Pauline Ussery in Giles Co., TN says that Joseph Perkins came over this road with Andrew Jackson during the War
of 1812, like the country and after the war moved down.

About 1838 Joseph Perkins established the first tanning yeard in the county. It was not far from the grist mill. The Askew Crossings road passes north and south
through the old site, and the right-of-way of the Mobile and Ohio Railroad, Starkville branch runs through the northern end of it. Here Perkins bored a deep well, the
first artesian wells in Oktibbeha County.

William Dixon Perkins was one of the founders of the Starkville Baptist church July 28, 1839.

As a trade center Agency, Mississippi rivalled, perhaps exceeded Starkville in the middle 50's. It did not equal the county seat in number of stores, but surpassed it
in value of trade. Some of the store keepers were John Ussery Perkins; Dr. J.B. Perkins; Gordon Alston; Admiral Warr; and Perkins & James. Beat 5: The physicians
in this beat during the period around 1858 were C.W. Jordan; Joseph B. Perkins; E.R. Burt and J.G. Carroll. Perkins was the sone of Joseph Perkins, above
mentioned; he began his medical practice in 1852 and continued actively in practice; he moved to Starkville in 1892. He died there in 1899. Carroll came from
Carrollton, AL in 1857 and practiced at Choctaw Agency community until 1894; then he moved to Starkville where he died in 1902. Part of this book was written by
Judge Carroll before his death around 1924.

The records also show that Richard Ussery and John Ussery, sons of Peter Ussery, also served in Mississippi in the War of 1812. They all settled together, first in
Monroe County, where Richard Ussery and Joseph Perkins are shown close together in the 1830? index. Joseph Perkins moved to Oktibbeha County before 1840.

Pontotec Co., MS


David E. Baugh to Margarett I. Ussery m. 13 Nov 1849. (This family can be found in 1870 census, Jefferson Co., AR, Washington Twp)

Land Deeds

Book 6 page 754: John and Millie Ussery of Pontotec County for $600 sold toJohn Wolfe SE 1/4 Sec., 29,Twp 7, Range 1 East and SW 1/4 Sec 28 Twp 7 Range 1
East: 8 Dec 1849

Quit Claim deed: W.R. Ussery to D.L. McDaniel, 4 Nov 1952

Prentiss Co., MS

J.W. Essary to Miss Holbert Patterson m. 18 Dec 1907
Miss Della Esry to J.B. Lindsey m. 10 Nov 1927
Troy Essary 21, to Opal Butler, 18 Boonville m. 25 May 1940
Roy Ursey, Tyronza Ark., 21 w to Ernestine Chaffin, 20 Marietta MS m. 2 Jan 1944
David A. Price 26, Michie, TN to Eva May Essary, 25, Rioni, MS m. 22 Feb 1946
Juanita Usery 18, Atwood, TN [dau of John D. Usery] to Clarence Cupples 21, Mila, TN
[son of Jess Cupples] m. 3 Mar. 1950
Roy Essary 39 of Riensi, MS to Annis Faye Wallace, 29 Cornith, MS m. 11 Mar 1950
Shirley Essary 18 Riensi, MS to Cletus Willis 30, Corinth m. 16 June 1951
Paul Essary 42, Lexington, TN to Janie Swann 28, Nashville, TN m. 11 June 1955

Scott Co., MS

Usry, Henry Abner (Abbner) born 9 Jul 1885 White- registered in Scott MS
Usry, Henry Franklin born in16 Mar 1889 White- born in Scott Co. MS-registered in Scott MS
Usry, Jessie Willis born 27 Feb 1891 White-born in Scott Co. MS-registered in Scott MS
Usry, John Earnest born in18 Aug 1900 White- registered in Scott MS
Usry, Johnie Alfred born in 8 Nov 1898 White- registered in Scott MS
Usry, Lenis Eduard (Lewis) born in 4 Mar 1887 White - born and registered in Scott Co. MS  
Usry, Lewis Eduard (Lenis) born in 4 Mar 1887 White - born and registered in Scott Co. MS  
Usry, William Columbus born in 27 Feb 1876 White - registered in Scott MS

Usry, D. B. to Futch, Lidia 28 Dec 1892
Usry, Henry to Permenter Lizzie 17 Oct 1884
Usry, J. R. to Pickard , Salena 26 Feb 1879
Usry, W. F. to Permenter , Josie [Jessie] 11 Nov 1883
Usry, William F. to Pickard, Mary Ann L. 29 Sep 1875
Usry, Willie to Evans, Rosa 19 Dec 1895
Usry, A. T. to Permenter, Sallie 26 Sep 1882
Duckworth, J. B. to Usry, Bettie 30 Nov 1876
Usry, Miss L. E. to Everett, J. A. 01 Feb 1899
Permenter, W. J. to Usry, Hasty 12 Dec 1883 [or 21 Nov 1888]
Stuart, W. Jasper to Usry, Sarah Ann 11 Dec 1873
Usry, W.C. to Futch, Minni m. 16 Aug 1902
Usry, Miss Lottie to Culpepper, R.L., 24 Dec 1902
Usry, W.F. to Vickey Permenter m. 3 Dec 1905
Usry, H.F. to Strong, L.R. m. 21 Mar 1908
Usry, Miss Pearly to Lee, Hubert m. 9 May 1909
Usry, Miss Josie to Hollingsworth, T.A. m. 23 Dec 1911
Usry, Miss Ethel Lee to Pace, David L. m. 26 Dec 1912
Usry, Miss Buldie C. to Gordy, W.W. m. 31 Oct 1915
Usry, Miss Lula Bell toPermenter, West m. 12 Oct 1919
Usry, Miss Alma to Neal Smith m. 14 Aug 1921
Usry, J.W. to Henry Ann? Jones m. 18 Mar 1922
Usry, J.E. to Restans, Naomi m. 16 Aug 1922
Usry, Miss Lellie May to Culpepper, Clarence m. 19 Dec 1922
Usry, Edgar to Parker, Edna m. Nov 1924
Usry, Miss Sallie to Mangun, Oliver m. 23 Dec 1926
Usry, J.A. to Durr, Fayrene m. 21 Dec 1927
Usry, Miss Wilma to Gullett, Delbert m. 16 Sept 1928
Usry, Neal C. to Gaddie, Nina Merle m. 15 Dec 1929
Usry, Bill to Duckworth, Helena m. 7 Jan 1933
Usry, Bill C. to Bancum?, Nina Mae
Usry, Miss Ruth to Dennis, Horace m. 24 Mar 1934 Usry, Monroe to McGee, Vilma m. 3 Apr 1934 Usry, Miss Estelle to Smith, Cecil m. 4 June 1934

Usry, Henry Abner (Abbner) 9 Jul 1885 white Scott MS
Usry, Henry Franklin 16 Mar 1889 white Scott Co. MS
Usry, Jessie Willis 27 Feb 1891 white Scott Co. MS
Usry, John Earnest 18 Aug 1900 white Scott MS
Usry, Johnie Alfred 8 Nov 1898 white Scott MS
Usry, Lenis Eduard (Lewis) 4 Mar 1887 white Scott Co. MS
Usry, Lewis Eduard (Lenis) 4 Mar 1887 white Scott Co. MS
Usry, William Columbus 27 Feb 1876 white

Cemetery Records:

Antioch Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery:
Hasty Ann Permenter May 11, 1865 Nov. 21,1936
Drue A. Permenter Jan. 30,1887 Oct 28, 1949
Clara B. Permenter Nov 8, 1890
Roger C. Usry Feb 19, 1947 Feb. 20, 1947
Thomas A. Hollingsworth Feb. 22, 1891
Josie Usry Hollingsworth Aug. 6, 1896 Sept 17, 1949
Mary Elizabeth Usry May 4, 1870 March 23, 1947
Rev. Henry J. Usry Sept 4, 1863 April 13, 1936
Mrs. Lula Permenter died Aug. 1940 40 years
Octavia Ann Moody March 12, 1851 Dec. 14 1937
Allen T. Usry Sept. 20, 1861 Apr. 26 1911
Sallie M. Usry Feb. 3, 1862 Jan 11, 1933
Raymond Usry Nov. 25, 1924 Jan 24, 1925
Henry A. Usry July 9, 1885 Dec. 26, 1949
W.E. Usery Feb. 26, 1855 Dec. 26, 1949
W.E. Usery Feb. 26, 1855 June 29, 1921
D.B. Usry July 31, 1869 Jan 17,1935
Lida Usery Dec 10, 1871 Sept 20, 1942
Willie C. Usry Feb. 27, 1876 Nov 29, 1924
1860 US Census, Scott Co., MS

Dist. No. 1, PO Hillsboro; 29 June 1860; page 53
John Usry 33 m 4000/3000 GA
Mahala Usry 31 f  AL
Mary Usry 13 f  AL
Octavia Usry 9 f  AL
William Usry 7 m  AL
Sarah Usry 5 f  MS
Elizabeth Usry 7/12 f  MS

Smith Mary 60 f SC
Moore Enanety 41 f SC
Smith Narsissus 20 f MS
Smith Martha 18 f MS

1870 US Census, Scott Co., MS

Beat No. 5, 108-108
Smith T.T. 53 m w farming 300/570 GA
Smith S.A. 45 f w   SC
Smith H.S. 19 m w   AL
Smith J.T. 17 m w   AL
Smith H.W. 16 f w   AL
Smith T. 14 f w   AL
Smith L. 11 f w   AL
Smith Savannah 4 f w   AL

Smith Olin 35 m w farming 300/570 FL
Smith Nancy 35 f w   TN
Smith Charles 15 m w   MS
Smith Alexander 13 m w   MS
Smith Mary 13 f w   MS
Smith Rufus 9 m w   MS
Smith ? 7 m w   MS
Smith George 6 m w   MS
Smith Frances 2 f w   MS
Smith Joseph 1 m w   MS

Usry JB 40 m w farmer 480/540 GA
Usry Mahaly 40 f w   AL
Usry William 14 m w student  MS
Usry Sarah 13 f w student  MS
Usry John 11 m w student  MS
Usry Elizabeth 8 f w   MS
Usry Aaron 7 m w   MS
Usry Henry 5 m w   MS
Usry Hasty 4 f w   MS
Usry Doctor? (Dexter?) 1 m w   MS

1880 US Census, Scott Co., MS

Usry John w m 21  farming MS -- --  
Usry Saline w f 17  wife MS -- --  

Usry William w m 24  farming MS MS MS  
Usry Louvici w f 18  wife; epilepsy TX -- --  
Usry William w m 3  son MS MS TX  
Richard Mary w f 34  mother-in-law MS -- --  

Smith Jeff w m 65  farming GA -- GA-  
Smith Barbara w f 55  wife GA GA GA-  
Smith Savannah w f 15  daughter MS GA GA-  
Smith Carlee w m 11  son MS GA GA-  

Usry John Sr. w m 54 farming GA SC GA-
Usry Allen w m 18  son MS GA AL
Usry Henry w m 16 son MS GA AL
Usry Hasty w f 13  daug MS GA AL
Usry Ben w m 10  son MS GA AL
Massy Octavia w f 30  dau MS GA AL
Massy John w m 10 grandson MS AL MS
Massy Sarah w f 8  granddaughter MS AL MS
Massy Lee w m 6 grandson MS AL MS
Massy Sallie w f 5  granddaughter  MS AL MS
Massy Mittie w f 3  granddaughter MS AL MS
Massy Mary w f 10/12  granddaughter MS AL MS

Pickard John w m 30  son-in-law, farming  MS AL MS
Pickard Mary w f 34  daughter  MS AL MS
Pickard Lilie w f 9  granddaughter  MS AL MS
Pickard John w m 8  grandson  MS AL MS
Pickard Georgie w f 5  granddaughter  MS AL MS
Pickard Savannah w f 3  granddaughter  MS AL MS

Smith George w m 17  farming  MS FL TN
Smith Angeline w f 18  wife  MS __ __
Pickard Mary w f 74  ?  GA __ __
Pickard Rebecca w f 38  daughter  MS NC GA
Pickard Eliza w f 33  daughter  MS NC GA

page 112, 23-23
Sims, Starling b m 72  farming  GA SC GA
Sims, Mary mu f 52  wife  GA SC GA
Sims, Sam mu m 20  son  MS GA GA
Sims, Avill mu m 16  son  MS GA GA
Walshe Lissa mu f 25  daughter  MS GA GA
Sims, Martha mu f 23  daughter  MS GA GA
Walshe Willie b m 10  grandson  MS __ GA
Dillard Maggie b f 9  boarder  MS MS MS

Smith John w m 64  farmer  NC -- --
Smith Mary w f 56  wife  AL -- --
Smith John Jr w m 26  son  AL NC AL
Smith Florence w f 22  step-dau  MS -- --
Smith John Jr No. 2 w m 5  grandson  MS MS MS  

Tippah Co., MS
1870 U.S. Census, Tippah Co., MS

Range 2, Twp 3, 28 July 1870
Ursery T.J. 45 m potter 140/150 NC
Ursery Sarrah 40 f GA
Ursery William 15 m AL
Ursery M.J. 14 f AL
Ursery J.D. 9 m MS
Ursery M.C. 6 f MS
Ursery A.C. 2 m MS

Marriages, Tippah Co.
J.D. Ussary to M.J. Robbins m. 23 Aug 1891
A. A. ESSARY mar. BELLE VOYLES 23 Oct 1895  
J. A. ESSARY mar.  MARY REED 17 Jul 1891  

Tishomingo Co.

Land Records:
Vol. P-14, pg 172, to Shelby Ussery from the United States of America. Patent dated 6 Oct 1840, files 25 Oct 1927; assignee of Mayor Farris. North fraction of
fractional Section 35, in Franctional Township 3, Range 11 East, 145 and 40/100 acres.

1837 State Census:
page 6: Shelby Ussery: 2 m 21-45; 2 m under 18; 1 f over 16; 1 f under 16; 6 total white; 5 acres under cultivation

1840 U.S. Census:
Shelby Usery 1 m 5-10; 2 m 15-20; 1 m 20-30 1 m 30-40; 1 f 5-10; 1 f 15-20 1 f 30-40 1 slave
G.M. Esery 1 m 15-20; 2 f 0-5; 1 f 20-30

1850 U.S. Census:
4th Dist, Northern Div, page 69:
Shelby Ussery 41 m farmer 5000 KY
Maleetha Ussery 41 f  TN
Franklin Ussery 7 m  AL
Canzada Ussery 8 f  MS
William Ussery 5 m  MS
Fountain Ussery 4 m  MS
American Ussery 4/12 f  MS

See Shelby Ussery Bible Records

Tunica Co.
1870 US Census,Tunica

Dist. 3. 232-235 Ussery, Joseph 25 m b

Probate Records, Tunica Co

Will of Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Ussery , County Court, Hardeman County, TN , 6 Nov. 1899. Came R.W. Ussery by attorney and produced the last will and testament of E.
A. Ussery, deceased, and dated 18 Sept 1899, attested by W.D. Galloway and W.N. Sparkman, and nominating R.W. Ussery as Executor.

Abstract of Will:
1. Pay Just debts
2. To daughter Matilda O. Cheshire 1/5 of my personal estate consisting of rents due me by R.W. Ussery for 1899 for the use of my plantations in Tunica Co., MS;
to Junius and Gertrude Williams and Della Norment, the three children of my deceased daughter Johnnie Williams, 1/5 of all my personal estate; to Ethel and Bessie
Cheshire, children of my deceased daughter Bettie Cheshire, 1/5; to Ella McCommons, child of my deceased daughter Ella Cheshire, 1/5; to Sallie R. Ussery, wife of
my son R.W. Ussery, 1/5; all other personal property to my granddaughter , Ella McCommons. To my daughter Mrs. Matilda O. Cheshire, 1/5 of the property in
Tunica (fractional part of Section 11, Twp 6, Range 11, 349 ac and W 1/2 Sec 19,Twp 5,Range 11, and all of Sec. 24, Twp 5, Range 12); 1/5 to Junius and
Gertrude Williams and Della Norment , 3 children of deceased daughter Johnnie Williams; to Ethel and Bessie Cheshire ; children of deceased daughter
BettieCheshire, 1/5; to Ella McCommon, daughter of deceased daughter Ella Cheshire, 1/5. Recorded by Clerk, Tunica County, 18 Dec. 1899

Chancery Court: Estate of Ralph W. Ussery deceased. No. 959; attorney, J.D. Magruder; Mrs. Sue Ussery, admr. Copy of proceedings from Shelby Co., TN filed
Aug. 19, 1929.

Union County

no info

Warren County
Aug 6, 1810 William Ussery and Mary Burnett Aug. 14, 1814 John Ussery and P---- Hampton

General Land Office -- Automated Records Project, Mississippi

Patentee Last Name: USERY, JOHN; Land Office: MT SALUS; Document Number: 9272; Survey Date: 1840/02/10; Base Line: HUNTSVILLE; Patentee Last Name:
USSERY, MARTIN; Land Office: WASHINGTON; Document Number: 773; Survey Date: 1828/08/20; Base Line: WASHINGTON

Patentee Last Name: USSERY, JOHN; Land Office: COLUMBUS; Document Number: 96; Survey Date: 1841/02/01; Base Line: HUNTSVILLE;

Patentee Last Name: USSERY, SAMUEL; Land Office: COLUMBUS; Document Number: 147; Survey Date: 1841/02/01; Base Line: HUNTSVILLE;

Patentee Last Name: USSERY, SAMUEL; Land Office: COLUMBUS; Document Number: 254 ; Survey Date: 1841/02/01; Base Line: HUNTSVILLE

Patentee Last Name: USSERY, JOHN; Land Office: JACKSON; Document Number: 1647; Survey Date: 1826/05/01; Base Line: HUNTSVILLE

Yalabusha Co.


Usry, Willie S.  born 13 Nov 1884 White- born in Coffeeville MS -registered in  Yalobusha MS
Ussery, John Frank born in 26 Jan 1899 White- born in unknown- registered in Yalobusha MS
Ussery, William Robert born in 8 Oct 1894 White- born in Water Valley MS- registered in Calhoun MS

Usry, Willie S. 13 Nov 1884 White Born- Coffeeville MS Registered:Yalobusha MS
Ussery, John Frank 26 Jan 1899 White Born ? Registered: Yalobusha MS

Usry Bul #47 pg 1:
Anthony W.P. Ussery
In a letter dated Sept. 16, 1972, at Memphis, TN, Mr. H.C. Gray wrote that he found the following in Yalabusha Co., MS, Water Valley:

From book: "Certified Original Entries: Yalabusha Co., MS: Jan 28, 1834 8 1/4 acres to Anthony W.P. Ussery".

About 1871 or so, it appears that Benjamin Franklin Ussery and his family moved from Tennessee to Yalbusha County, Mississippi, and located about five miles
southeast of Water Valley. B.F. farmed and operated a pottery where he made pots, churns, etc. It has been said that Benjamin marked his pots with his name.

1880 US Census:

497 498
Ussery Benjamin F. w m 52 farmer NC NC NC
Ussery Harriet w f 56 wife NC NC NC
Ussery Martha w f 28 daughter Ala. NC NC
Ussery Harriet M. w f 28 daughter Ala. NC NC
Ussery Simantha w f 26 daughter Ala. NC NC
Ussery Ellen w f 24 daughter  NC NC
Ussery Benjamin w m 18 son Tenn NC NC
Glass Lafayette   46 boarder TN TN TN
Glass Martha   25 boarder KY KY KY