ⓘ Abbeville, Mississippi


ⓘ Abbeville, Mississippi

Abbeville was originally settled by pioneers from Abbeville, South Carolina in the 1830s. They lived in apparent peace with the local Chickasaw Indians, whose Chief Toby Tubby owned and operated a ferry along the Memphis-Oxford trade route.

During the American Civil war, Abbeville was almost completely destroyed in the campaign of Vicksburg.

Post office Abbeville was established September 28, 1843, with John B. Davis was first postmaster.

In 1950, Abbeville had a population of 275.

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  • Gerald Vaughn born April 8, 1970 in Abbeville Mississippi is a former Canadian Football League defensive back who played 13 seasons for four different
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  • The Skirmish at Abbeville was a battle fought between the Union Army and the Confederate Army in Lafayette County, Mississippi on August 23, 1864. The
  • Mississippi Central Railroad reporting mark MSCI is a short line railroad operating over 51 miles from Oxford, Mississippi to Grand Junction, Tennessee
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  • Mississippi Highway 6 Mississippi Highway 7 Mississippi Highway 9W Mississippi Highway 30 Mississippi Highway 334 Mississippi Highway 331 Mississippi