Irregularly bedded gray sand and sandstone; mottled red and gray, green, and chocolate-colored clay; some quartzite, and some gravel; the Paynes Hammock sand, sandy limestone cross-bedded fine green sand, and thin-bedded sand and clay, is mapped with the underlying Chickasawhay limestone in eastern MS.
Green and bluish-green clay, sandy clay, and sand; gray siltstone and sand; locally fossiliferous.
Red sand and gravel and white clay; may be of Pliocene age; the formation mapped is equivalent to the Willis sand and does not include the terrace deposits, colluvium, and residuum commonly considered "Citronelle".
Loam, sand, gravel, and clay; mapped only in Mississippi River Alluvial Plain.
Gray to brownish gray clay and silty clay, reddish brown in the Red River Valley, some sand and gravel locally.
Gray and brown silt, silty clay, some very fine sand, reddish brown along the Red River.