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Bragg City
Pemiscot County, Missouri


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Statistics & Facts

The Missouri state capital is Jefferson City.
The population of Bragg City is approximately 117 (1990), 149 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 48 (1990), 53 (2010).
The amount of land area in Bragg City is 0.529 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Bragg City to Washington DC is 753 miles.
The distance to the Missouri state capital is 204 miles. (as the crow flies)
Bragg City is positioned 36.26 degrees north of the equator and 89.91 degrees west of the prime meridian.

History & History Related Items

Bragg city was once called clay root. It took the name Bragg city from the Bragg Timber Company that cleared the landscape in the region. It had its own school until 1965. The school mascot was the Indians. Their colors were black and red.
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Bragg City Historical Events

1931, September 20
Judge Reeve's Plantation
Twin boys were born (Glenn Eugene and Lynn Ludene) to Joseph Lamar and Margarite Idele Cecil.

1919, July 26
Oscar and Flora Self gave birth to a daughter Argonna Sue Self. The Self family moved south in 1937 as Oscar Self owmed a portable saw mill. They finally settled in St. Joe, Louisiana. Sue Self met Joe Ogle, a share cropper. They married on July 10, 1937. They later moved to Vicksburg, Mississippi where Sue still lives. Joe Ogle died in 1987 shortly after they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.

They had 5 children, Betty Ogle Jeffcoat-deceased, Nancy Ogle Badeaux of Vicksburg, Ms., Jerry Ogle - deceased, Darryl Ogle of Gulf Port, Ms., and Rodney Ogle- Atlanta, Ga.

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