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Elizabeth Ann Buie, wife of Thomas Reuben Fleming,  was born 1839 in North Carolina. She was the daughter of Rebecca Bordeaux and Malcolm Buie and the war widow of John W. Crawford (1830-1862).  When Elizabeth married Reuben Fleming in 1865, she had two young children by her late husband. Later, she and Reuben had 3 children. She died in 1895 and is buried at the Crystal Springs Cemetery.

Elizabeth Ann Buie Crawford Fleming

George Ellis Fleming was born in 1842, at Carroll Parish, LA, to William James Bradley Fleming b. 1794 SC d. 1859 Copiah County, and Jane Hamilton b. 1809 LA or GA, d. 1875 Copiah County.  George Ellis Fleming was born in Louisiana where the WJB Fleming family had migrated about 1839. The family returned to Copiah County before 1850. In 1867, George Ellis married Sarah Young. They had one daughter. The 1880 Copiah County census shows George Ellis as head of a household which included his 11 year old daughter, Sarah A. Fleming,  his 35 year old sister, Mary A. Fleming, and his 46 year old brother, Elisha Alexander Fleming. George Fleming served with Moorman's Cavalry which was redesignated as the 24th Cavalry Battalion, CSA. George became a member of the Bethel Baptist Church, Hazlehurst, in 1883. He died in 1917 and is buried at the Pine Grove Cemetery, Copiah County.

George Ellis Fleming
Rebecca Bordeaux Buie

Rebecca Bordeaux Buie, mother of Elizabeth Buie Crawford Fleming

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