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Charles was born in South Carolina; he and Elizabeth were married there before coming to Mississippi.

Memorial Page: Charles Warnock · 1 day ago You

Elizabeth was born in South Carolina, maiden name unknown to me. She died 1895 Warren Co., MS.

Memorial Page: Elizabeth Warnock · 1 day ago You

Son of Nathan Mansfield; Sylvester left Yazoo County, Mississippi and came to Beaumont, TX.

Image, found in Confederate Soldiers - TX: Page 1 · 1 day ago You

Even tho is says W. C., this is Florence Wilson Warnack, widow of George Washington Warnack (Warnock).

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1930: Sheet 7a · 01 Apr 2014 You

Son of Nathan Mansfield

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 2 · 21 Feb 2014 You

Katie WARNOCK, not Wasnack

Memorial Page: Katie Wasnack · 20 Jan 2014 You

Kling, Marion M.

Memorial Page: Massie M Kliny · 20 Jan 2014 You

Kelly, John Patton. Son of Sims Kelly and Eliza Patton.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 1 · 21 Oct 2013 You

Note: Age on this card is 20; age of 80 on a previous card is incorrect. He was not named "John"

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 4 · 12 Sep 2011 You

Isaac Miller Kelly was more like 20 years of age, not 80! He was the son of Albert Gallatin Kelly and Permelia Miller. There was no "John" as part of his name.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 1 · 12 Sep 2011 You

After the deaths of the parents, Guy's three older brothers went to Yazoo County, MS. Guy remained in Texas and was reared by relatives.

Image, found in Texas Death Certificates: Mansfield, Guy · 07 Apr 2011 You

The family was probably living in DeSmet, South Dakota when this picture was made. The family home, built by Pa Ingalls, is a museum.

Image, found in wharvey14741's uploads: Ingallsfamily.jpg · 07 Apr 2011 You

John Christian Earnest Pabst, from Carroll Parish, Louisiana. Son of John Christian Pabst and brother of Christian Pabst. He was sometimes referred to as John E. C. Pabst.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - LA: Page 1 · 07 Feb 2011 You

Christian Pabst, from Carroll Parish, Louisiana. He was born in Prussia, son of John Christian Pabst.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - LA: Page 1 · 07 Feb 2011 You

Beattie's Bluffis on the Madison County side of the Big Black River.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 126 · 05 Aug 2010 You

Co. F, "Beauregard Rifles" was organized at Plattsburg, Winston County, Mississippi.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 7 · 05 Aug 2010 You

Son of Sims Kelly and Eliza Patton

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 1 · 04 Aug 2010 You

Levi Lloyd Kelly, son of Elijah Lloyd Kelly. Family was living in Winston Co., MS as time of the war.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 1 · 24 Jul 2010 You

William Durham Kelly, son of Willis Kelly and the grandson of William Durham Kelly of Plattsburg, Winston Co., MS.

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 2 · 23 Apr 2010 You

Celeste Anding, nee Dunn, was the widow of Martin Anding. She had a son named Martin. These Martin Anding are not to be confused with some men in Copiah Co., MS named Martin…

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 1 · 23 Apr 2010 You