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1918-Oct-19 The Woodville Republican, Page 5

If the people of this country do not take care the epidemic will become so widespread throughout the United States that soon we shall hear the disease called...

Source: Fold3_Team's gallery » 1918-Oct-19 The Woodville Republican, Page 5

Made 09 Nov 2009

Page 12b

No tea, nor Slaves to be imported.

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 12b

Made 31 Mar 2009

Page 54

Secretary for foriegn Affairs to report

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 54

Made 31 Mar 2009

Page 435

things between Us & for the future hope we shall live in peace & Friendship

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 435

Made 31 Mar 2009

Page 432

... to send in a Runner with a white flag, _______________ , that it was against the Law for Nations to hurt any one who carried a white flag,

Source: Continental Congress - Papers » Page 432

Made 31 Mar 2009

Page 4

Furnished the Genl: Hospital C.S.A. Meridian Miss / Marion branch/ four coffins at $4.00 $16.00

Source: Confederate Citizens File » Page 4

Made 30 Mar 2009

Page 7

By reason of disability, as indicated by Surgeons Certificate, I feel myself unable to perform the duties of a soldier - therefore I have the ________ to...

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Officers » Page 7

Made 29 Jan 2009

Page 3

Absent in Choctaw county without leave since May 2 1864

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS » Page 3

Made 01 Jan 2009

Page 3

on extra duty as blacksmith since Dec 18 1863

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS » Page 3

Made 01 Jan 2009

Page 13

Absent with leave, wounded at Nashville Tenn. Dec 15 1864

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS » Page 13

Made 01 Jan 2009

Page 9

Promoted to 5th Sergt. July 20 1863

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS » Page 9

Made 01 Jan 2009

Page 8

Sent to Hospital 20 Aug 1863.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS » Page 8

Made 01 Jan 2009

Page 14

On the 1st day of April 1861 I was living in Newton county Mississippi ablout seven miles east from Decatur the county seat of said county, on my own farm,...

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 14

Made 25 Nov 2008

Page 14

sixty one years

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 14

Made 25 Nov 2008

Page 16

There was a camp six miles off. I believe it was the ? of General Sherman's Army. It stayed there about two days. There had been no battle or skermish in...

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 16

Made 25 Nov 2008

Page 13

I was paroled at Vicksburg when I surrendered

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 13

Made 25 Nov 2008

Page 12

I had a brother on the Union Army

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 12

Made 25 Nov 2008

Page 5

on rade (raid) from Vicksburg to Merdian

Source: Southern Claims - Barred and Disallowed » Page 5

Made 25 Nov 2008

Page 17

a Cavalry Company called "Carroll Rangers"

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS » Page 17

Made 23 Nov 2008

Page 6

Prisoner in enemys hands - captured July 10 1963 on Morris Island

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - SC » Page 6

Made 12 Nov 2008

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