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W.A. Henley, Company H, 31st Mississippi Infantry

My great-grandfather, W. A. Henley served in Company H of the 31st Mississippi Infantry. I don’t have a lot of information on him, but he is buried at Sapa Cemetery in Webster County, MS. where he died in 1932. He … Continue reading

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Mathew Andrew Dunn, Sergeant, Company K, 33rd Mississippi Infantry

Mt gg gf was Mathew Andrew Dunn. He was a 5th Sgt with COmpany K, 33rd Mississippi Infantry, Featherston’s Brigade, Loring’s Division. He was from Amite County, Mississippi. Devout Christian, devoted husband and family man.  Farmed. Not sure where he is buried, believed … Continue reading

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Charles H. Dudley Company E, 31st Mississippi Infantry

My great grandfather charles h dudley, was in Company E, 31st MISS, Dido, MISS. Served 9/20/1863- captured Nashville, TN,12/16/1864, died Camp chase, OH Marker#741, 1/10/1865. My maternal relatives lived in Choctaw County, MISS, owned farm land. We have transcribed letters … Continue reading

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Richard Albert Barry Craig, Co H, 22nd Mississippi Infantry

My husband’s ggg-grandfather, Richard Albert Barry Craig was with the MS 22nd Company H, in Featherston’s brigade; was taken prisoner; Chicago in the winter of ’64 until the end of the war in April ’65. His g-grandparents Andrew and Kate … Continue reading

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James Wilson Speck, Company K, 31st Mississippi Infantry

My great grandfather fought in Co. K, 31st Mississippi Infantry. He did, in fact, get wounded at the Battle of Franklin. His record says he was “shot with a mini-ball in the right side”. My gg grandfather volunteered in November 1861 … Continue reading

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