17th MS: A Confederate Soldier and His Descendants

   

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in Mississippi Regimental Histories

Unit: 17th Mississippi

Unit Affiliation: (Humphrey), Kershaw, I

Title: A Confederate Soldier and His Descendants

Author: Cooper, N.L.

BTC’s Take: Book not yet read.

Book Summary/Review:

    BTC Siege of Petersburg Book Notes:

      Publisher: N. Cooper Associates

      Publication Date: 1982

      ASIN: B0006E9QF0

      Links to Read/Buy:

      1. A Confederate Soldier and His Descendants (Google Books)
      2. A Confederate Soldier and His Descendants (Amazon.com)

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      bobby hunt December 15, 2011 at 9:42 am

      My great,great grandfather Rufus Woods was in the 17th Mississippi Company A. He enlisted as a corporal. Not a private.

      Susan Sweet April 21, 2012 at 11:01 pm

      My great great grand uncle Thomas Jefferson Lockhart enlisted in the 17th Mississippi Company F. I know he survived the war . He was a 2nd Lt. in Company F which was Samuel Benton Relief Rifle . I was looking for information to find out if he was at Gettysburg and Petersburg.
      Any help would be appreciated.

      bschulte April 23, 2012 at 7:46 am

      Susan,

      While I always like to try to help, genealogy is not my area of expertise or interest. I would suggest signing up at http://www.fold3.com and looking for your ancestors’ records in the Confederate Compiled Service Records (CSRs). That should give you all of the information available on his role in the war.

      Brett

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