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1979 N Railroad Ave

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Simsboro, LA 71001

1979 Railroad Ave

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Simsboro, LA 71001

2903 Martha St

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Simsboro, LA 71275

2903 Martha St

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Simsboro, LA 71275

324 Main St

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Simsboro, LA 71245

324 Main St

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Simsboro, LA 71245

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711 Broadway St

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3136 Highway 80 W

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Downsville, LA 71225

10772 Highway 562

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Fort Necessity, LA 71243

113 Highway 15

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Junction City, AR 71256

2903 Martha St

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Simsboro, LA 71275

15392 Bonita Ave

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Jones, LA 71223

1010 Highway 17

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Epps, LA 71237

1743 Mcmullen St

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Dubach, LA 71235

3360 Front St

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Chase, LA 71295

113 Highway 15

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Lillie, LA 71256

2903 Martha St

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Arcadia, LA 71275

100 S Oak St

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Oak Ridge, LA 71264

115 Smith St

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West Monroe, LA 71292

700 E Georgia Ave

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Choudrant, LA 71270

74 6 Th St

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Lisbon, LA 71222

17366 Wilmot Hwy

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Bonita, LA 71250

6561 Highway 34

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Chatham, LA 71226

34 Owl Loop Rd

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Start, LA 71279

17826 Highway 65 S

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Sondheimer, LA 71276

3744 Highway 15

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Baskin, LA 71218

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Simsboro is a village in western Lincoln Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 841 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Ruston Micropolitan Statistical Area. Two 20th century lawmakers who were natives of Simsboro are interred at Simsboro Cemetery: State Representatives L.D. "Buddy" Napper, who served from 1952 to 1964, and practiced law for a half-century in Ruston, and Ragan Madden, who left the House in 1949 to become the five-term district attorney of the 3rd Judicial District. A 19th Century lawmaker who lived in Simsboro was Representative George M. Lomax, who in 1894 introduced the enabling legislation, Act 68, to establish the future Louisiana Tech University.

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