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Wife of John Newton Oliphant, a notorious Confederate guerrilla fighter. Margaret was denounced by a neighbor in Johnson Co., MO, for giving aid and comfort to "bushwhackers." Earlier, her house had been burnt down, reportedly by local Union militia authorities, while her husband Newton was away fighting Federal troops in the countryside.

Birth:
28 Oct 1825 1
TN 1
Death:
aft Aug. 1864 1
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Birth:
28 Oct 1825 1
TN 1
Male 1
Death:
aft Aug. 1864 1
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Birth:
Mother: Elizabeth (Betsy) Chamberlain 1
Father: John Carney 1
Marriage:
John Newton Oliphant 1
06 Oct 1859 1
Johnson Co., MO 1
Spouse Death Date: 26 Oct 1864 1

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