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William Starling

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William Starling (1839-1900)

1902 Obituary [1]

. . . . After the war he became a planter in Arkansas, and in 1882, having sold his plantation interests, he removed to Greenville and entered the service of the Mississippi Levee Commissioners.

In 1884 he was appointed Chief Engineer of the Mississippi Levee district, which post he held for about twelve years. . . . . [more]

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