ⓘ Magee, Mississippi


ⓘ Magee, Mississippi

The first settlers in the area were Arthur Mangum and Phil Magee, who came into the area around 1820. Pioneers from Virginia and the Carolinas followed. The town of Magee was originally named Mangum, after Arthur Mangum, it kept this name until 1859.

In 1840, Willis Magee built a mill on little Goodwater Creek inside the present city limits. He started the first and only postal service in the district in 1855.

Richard Farthing magicians came in 1859, when he was in the leather business. He bought 80 acres of land and built a tanyard and used water from the mill pond to the tan of his skin.

On February 25, 1900, the community was incorporated as a village, and a population of 685 in 1910.

The population of mages in 1919 was 786. There was then about 23 companies in the area.

The magicians is about 42 km South of Jackson and 45 miles North of Hattiesburg.

The magicians is about 12 miles South of Mendenhall, Simpson County.

Magees zip code 39111.

Magees first mayor was P. R. Vinson, who served from 1900 to 1907.

In 2013, the First Baptist Church in downtown Magee was caught on fire.

Windhams restaurant is located in Magee, was established in 1963, known locally as "lightning". In 2015, the zip Burger was voted best Burger in Mississippi.

In 2017, following the mages was renamed Jimmy Clyde Sportsplex in honor of the former mayor Magee Jimmy Clyde.

2017 mayor Magee Dale berry.

The population of mages in 2010 amounted to 4.408.

In 2018, the population of mages is 4.210.

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  • studies in Mound Bayou, Mississippi that she met Dr. D. E. Magee an ophthalmologist. The two married in 1969, and after Dr. Magee completed his residency
  • serving in Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, were the last remaining Confederate force east of the Mississippi River. The Magee Farm was placed on the
  • with US 84 in Laurel to US 49 in Magee The route already shares a two - mile - long 3.2 km concurrency with US 49 in Magee and some residents feel that a
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  • defensive back for the Chicago Bears from 1990 - 1998. At Magee High School of Magee Mississippi Mangum caught 36 passes for 640 yards and eight touchdowns
  • is a community in Simpson County, Mississippi U.S., northwest of Magee The community was named for the Mississippi Tuberculosis Sanatorium, founded in
  • and was accepted for treatment by the Mississippi Veterans Hospital as a veteran of the American Civil War. Magee was purported to have been born in North
  • have been bypassed. The sections run through Wiggins, Mount Olive, between Magee and Sanatorium, between Mendenhall and Braxton, between Yazoo City and Silver