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Subject: William D. Simpson
Posted by: Doris Bennett DBenn36549@AOL.com
Date/Time: 2005-06-12 3:13 p.m.
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Looking for info on William D. Simpson, b. 13 Aug 1814, Laurens Co. SC, d. 19 June 1877 buried in Lebanon Cemetery, married Jane Boyd in 1835. Jane also buried in Lebanon Cemetery. Their daughter Eliza Jane is my great-grandmother. Any information would be helpful!




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