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These are the facts that I know.  In all census records and other official documents Pelemon P. Street is listed as P. P. Street.  We only have the Pelemon given name listed on his marriage license in Hinds County, Mississippi.  According to the census records these are the known addresses for P. P. Street:

1840 - East Feliciana, Louisiana

1850 - Hinds County, Mississippi

1860 - Scott Valley, Siskiyou, California

1870 - Ward 3, St. Landry, Louisiana

1880 - 7th Ward, West Feliciana, Louisiana

P. P. Street’s wife, Lucinda Nevels Street, is not listed after the 1850 census.  I have not been able to find any information on her death or burial.  I have never heard of P. P. Street fighting in the civil war.  So it is entirely possible that he randomly travelled to California during the Gold Rush.

So, if he was in California in 1860 and he was back in Louisiana in 1870, it is possible that he was on the steamship ‘America’ as it sailed from the west coast to the east coast of the United States with Mark Twain among its passengers.  P. P. Street is listed on the left 23 names down.

P. S.  This is to be taken with a grain of salt, I am new to genealogy, but I have not found another person listed as P. P. Street in any of my records searching