Re: PITTMAN - d t s
Subject: Re: PITTMAN
From: d t s
Date: July 14, 1998

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I noticed Pitmon families on both sides of my Sutton ancestor, in the
1860 Lancaster Co. census. The head of household, of one family was
Bennett Pitmon and the other  appears to be Labnon(?) Pitmon.
Do you already have these?

David T. Sutton
Hendersonville, N.C.

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Seeking information on Pittman (Pitman, Pitmon, Pittmon) in Lancaster,
Kershaw, or Chesterfield Counties. Glad to share what I have.

Jim Brown
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