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1. Re: [MSCLAIBO] Civil War diary [1]
Alice Magruder b. 22 Nov 1852, md. Nickolas McDougall 29 Dec 1876, she died 24 Dec. 1932, buried Wintergreen. Alice is daughter of T. B. Magruder b. MD, 1801. Per 1860 census his personal worth was $72,000 (he was a planter). Nickolas McDougall is first cousin to Nannie Cordelia Robinson McDougall who wrote the "Battle of Port Gibson" poem on Claiborne website. Herb Clark ----- Original Message ----- From: "Sue Moore" To: Sent: Wednesday, October 07, 2009 11
2. [MSCLAIBO] Civil War diary [1]
Rebecca Drake of Raymond and I are working on reprinting with annotations the six-weeks diary of Elizabeth Meade Ingraham who lived near Willow Springs when Grant marched through in May 1863 on his way to the siege of Vicksburg. It will be non-profit, with proceeds going to the Champion Hill battlefield preservation. Elizabeth wrote the dairy for her daughters who fled upon the approach of the army. Most of the time, she obscures identities by using initials, but occasionally she uses a surname. I am try
3. Re: [MSCLAIBO] Wintergreen Cementery [1]
What is the latest info on photographing Wintergreen Cementery in Port Gibson and putting the information on line? Paul Davis
4. Re: [MSCLAIBO] Civil War diary [1]
Sue, Rev. Thomas Owens was a Methodist minister. His wife was Rebecca Bass, daughter of Job Bass & Lydia Saunders of Concordia Parish, Louisiana (when it included several of the later-formed parishes). Thomas & Rebecca are buried in the Owens Cemetery north of Rocky Springs Church, according to Katy McCaleb Headley's book, Claiborne County, the Promised Land. Thomas Owens is mentioned on these web sites: http://www.natchezbelle.org/sw/bren6.htm 1812 WESTERN CONFERENCE and BIOGRAPHIES SPRING HILL CHURCH,
5. Re: [MSCLAIBO] Civil War diary [1]
Hi Sue, I have WILSON's in my family that were in the civil war. Sumpter, Alex and Napoleon Wilson. They were all in the 7th MS Regiment Quit (?) Rifles. I don't know if these are names in your diary, but it was a recent find for me. Good luck. Tangela > From: sbmoore@swbell.net > To: MSCLAIBO@rootsweb.com > Date: Wed, 7 Oct 2009 10:58:03 -0500 > Subject: [MSCLAIBO] Civil War diary > > Rebecca Drake of Raymond and I are working on reprinting with annotations the six-weeks diary of Elizabeth Mead

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