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Product ID #221

MISSISSIPPI MARRIAGE RECORDS THRU 1900 F, (Males)

by Betty C. Wiltshire

This is a listing of marriage records listed in alphabetical order by grooms. This is only for the surnames beginning with F. The Birdes have a surname index. Given is the name of the groom and bride, date and county where married. The earliest dated in 1800.

262 pages, paperback, $27.00

   
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Product ID #211 SOUTH SUNFLOWER CO. MS CEMETERY RECORDS
by Sharon Grissett

Cemeteries in this book are: Boyer, Caile, Fairview Meth. Church, Hickory Grove, Indianola City, Indianola Memorial, Moorhead, Pilgrim Rest Church of God, Roundaway Baptist Church, Scroggins Family, Southside and Wright-Miller Family. There is a map of South Sunflower Co. included.

244 pages, paperback, index
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Product ID #210 - NORTH SUNFLOWER CO. MS CEMETERY RECORDS
By Sharon Grissette

This book includes the following cemeteries: Campbell Family, Drew City, Lawson, Lehrton, Linn Bapt. Church, Linn Meth. Church, Marlow Family, Marshall Family, McNutt (in Leflore Co.), Rome, Sandridge, Sandy Bayou, and Tharp. There is also a map of North Sunflower Co.


201 pages, paperback, index
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Product ID: #142
YAZOO COUNTY PIONEERS
by Betty Wiltshire

Included in this book are some tax lists, Wills to 1870, Probate Court Minutes 1834-1849, Marriage Records 1845-1859, Mexican War involvement with list of volunteers, and 44 brief genealogies.
 
263 pages, index, paperback, $24.00 

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Product ID: #201
MISSISSIPPI MARRIAGE RECORDS THRU 1900, D's
by Betty Wilshire

This is a listing of marriage records listed in alphabetical order by grooms. This only for the surnames beginning with D. The brides have a surname index. Given is the name of the groom and bride, date and county where married.

274 pages, paperback
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Product ID: #202
MISSISSIPPI MARRIAGE RECORDS THRU 1900, E's
by Betty Wilshire

This is a listing of marriage records listed in alphabetical order by grooms. This only for the surnames beginning with E. The brides have a surname index. Given is the name of the groom and bride, date and county where married.

145 pages, paperback

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Product ID: #203
CONFEDERATE CASUALTIES OF THE WAR FOR
SOUTHERN INDEPENDENCE VOL.1
by Betty Wilshire

These listings came from all type of records, prisons, cemetaries, service records, etc. All ranks are included. Soldiers are listed in alphabetical order. As much information as could be found concerning
the death is given. This is an attempt to list as many as possible, but one book can't possibly include
all who died so this work will be continued.

EXAMPLE: MORTON, Thomas J.,Pvt.,Gordon's AR, died Feb. 2,1865 in prison, of anemia,
bured Alton, IL
317 pages, paperback

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Product ID:188
MISSISSIPPI MARRIAGE RECORDS THRU 1900, A's (MALES)
By Betty Wiltshire

This is a listing of marriage records listed in alphabetical order by grooms. This only for the surnames beginning with A. The brides have a surname index. Given is the name of the groom and bride, date and county where married. The earliest dated marriage is 1800.
EXAMPLE: ALEXANDER, Austin - Jane Holland -7/16/1870 - Lown (Lownes County)

180 pages, paperback

   
 
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Product ID 190
MISSISSIPPI MARRIAGE RECORDS, Ba - Bo
By Betty Wiltshire

This is a listing of marriage records in alphabetical order by grooms. This is only for the surnames beginning with Ba - Bo. The brides have a surname index. Given is the name of the groom and bride, date and county where married.

EXAMPLE: BABB, John P. - Margaret Brewer - 1/3/1866 - Leak (Leake Co.)

 
 
329 pages, index. paperback
 
 
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Product ID: 191
MISSISSIPPI MARRIAGE RECORDS, Br - By
By Betty Wiltshire

This is a listing of marriage records in alphabetical order by grooms. This is only for surnames beginning with Br - By. The brides have a surname index. Given is the name of groom and bride, date and county where married.

EXAMPLE: BROWN, Guilford - Adaline Smith - 7/6/1858 - Rank (Rankin Co.)

   
 
263 pages, index, paperback
   
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Product ID 198
MISSISSIPPI MARRIAGE RECORDS, Ca-Cl
By Betty Wiltshire

This is a listing of marriage records in alphabetical order by grooms. This is only for surnames beginning with Ca - Cl. The brides have a surname index. Given is the name of groom and bride, date and county where married.

index, paperback

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Product ID 199
MISSISSIPPI MARRIAGE RECORDS, Co-Cy
By Betty Wiltshire

This is a listing of marriage records in alphabetical order by grooms. This is only for surnames beginning with Co - Cy. The brides have a surname index. Given is the name of groom and bride, date and county where married.

index, paperback
 
 
 
Product ID # 101
INDEX TO EARLY WILLS & PROBATE RECORDS OF ADAMS CO., MS
By Carolyn Cole

Adams County was among the first areas settled in the present State of Mississippi. In this book the author has compiled the index for some fo the earliest records, making it extremely beneficial to researchers with interests in this area. She had included Will, Probate & Early Spanish records indices.

Adams County was first a Spanish Territory before being taken over by the British. Therefore, the earliest records, which begin in 1767 and go through 1805, are Spanish, but have been translated into English. These include such records as: wills, land sales, slave sales, estate inventories, law suits, etc.

The will books begin in 1798. Ms. Cole has listed the indices for the first three will books, which cover the years 1798 to 1871. An index for the probate records from the time period are included here as well. Each index is in alphabetical order, therefore no index for this book was included.

196 pages, paperback
   
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Product ID #119
CARROLL CO., MS CEMETERY RECORDS
By Ethel Bibus and Louise Marshall
 
Tombstone inscriptions for over 130 cemeteries, several of which were in the original Carroll Co., but are now in Leflore and Montgomery counties.  Locations are given for each cemetery, as well as the date or dates copied.  Some names and dates of persons buried with no gravestone are given, along with the source of the information.
 
310 pages, paperback, indexed

 
 
Product ID #181
MILITARY ANNALS OF CARROLL COUNTY, MS (Expanded)
by Wm. F. Hamilton & Betty Wiltshire

Wm. F. Hamilton, a veteran of the Civil War, wrote from memory, The Military Annals of Carroll Co., MS. In his introduction he state that he didn't have access to official records, and hoped someone would complete them. Betty Wiltshire took up this challenge. These records attempte to give information on each and every unit in which Carroll County men served, with some movement information and listing the names of the soldiers. This expanded edition gives additional information from records, with unit movements and further information on the soldiers. Some units from surrounding counties, in which Carroll Co. men served, are included.
   
 
263 pages, index, paperback
 
 
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Product ID # 118
CARROLL COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI ESTATE RECORDS, 1840-1869, WITH FREEDMEN APPRENTICESHIPS
by Betty Wiltshire

The estate record books abstracted here include information such as appraisements and inventories of the property of the deceased, as well as widow's dower and division of the estate among the heirs. Slaves are frequently listed by name, sometimes giving relationships, as well as value. The apprenticeship records listed here give the names of both whites and blacks involved.
 
 
168 pages, paperback, index
 
 
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Product ID # 120
CARROLL COUNTY, MS MARRIAGE RECORDS
by Betty Wiltshire

This book contains marriages for the years 1833 into 1899. One book at the Carrollton courthouse, dating from 1866 into 1872, has been lost and is no longer available. This book has all marriage records listed in alphabetical order under both bride and groom in each individual book. There is also a complete surname index for the entire collection.
 
 
343 pages, 8 1/2"x 11", paperback, index
 
 
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Product ID: 181
Product Name: CARROLL COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI MILITARY ANNALS
by Wm. F. Hamilton & Betty Wiltshire

Wm. F. Hamilton, a veteran of the Civil War, wrote from memory. The Military Annals of Carroll Co. MS.  In his introduction he stated that he didn't have access to official records, and hoped someone would complete them.  Betty Wiltshire took up this challenge.  These records attempt to give information on each and every unit in which Carroll county men served, with some movement information and listing the names of the soldiers.  This expanded edition gives additional information from records, with unit movements and further information on the soldiers.  Some units from surrouinding counties in which Carroll Co. men served are included.

   
  263 pages, index, paperback
 
 
 
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Product ID # 155
CHAMBERS CONFEDERATE JOURNAL (Covington Co., MS)
by W. P. Chambers

W. P. "Pitt" Chambers enlisted as a Private in Co. B. 6th MS Inf. in early 1862. He was a resident of Covington Co., MS. Co. B. 6th MS Inf. later became Co. B. 46th MS Inf. Chambers took part in battles at Vicksburg. Mobile, Atlanta, Kennesaw, Mtn. and other skirmishes. He held the rank of 1st Sergeant when discharged in May 1865. This is a journal of his time in service and in addition gives a list of Officers and Muster roll of Co. B, 46th Regt., and a list of deaths in Co. B. Many other people and units that he came into contact with are mentioned.

 
 
152 pages, paperback, 2 indices
 
 
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Product ID # 124
CEMETERIES OF GRENADA COUNTY, MS AND SURROUNDING AREAS
by Frances G. Martin

Most cemeteries in this book were copied during the 1980's. 104 cemeteries in Grenada Co. and a few in adjoining areas are listed. At the beginning of each cemetery listing directions are given to find the cemetery, as well as the date it was copied. Two maps are included to aid the researcher in locating cemeteries.
 
 
282 pages, 8 1/2"x 11" paperback, index
 
 
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Product ID # 170
GRENADA COUNTY, MS MARRIAGE INDEX BOOK
by Evelyn Crouch & Christie Genola

Book I of the Grenada County, MS marriages. This book included both male & females who applied for marriage licenses, giving page number where license may be found. Names are in alphabetical order.
 
 
145 pages, paperback
 
 
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Product ID # 125
AN INDEX TO HINDS COUNTY MS FREEDMEN'S BUREAU LABOR CONTRACTS
by Mabel Green Crushshon

The Freedmen's bureau, was established in 1865. The freedmen contracts were the first documents to name the individual freedmen, though not all freedmen registered or signed contracts. These labor contracts list the name of the plantation owner hiring the freedmen, date of signature, names of freedmen, sometimes giving ages and surnames.
 
 
90 pages, 8 1/2"x 11", paperback, index,
 
 
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Product ID # 126
HOLMES COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI PIONEERS
by Betty Wiltshire

This compliation of early records contains some tax lists, the 1850 slave schedule, newspaper abstracts, abstracts of Will book I, (1833 - 1888), and 45 brief genealogies.
 
 
194 pages, paperback, index
 
 
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Product ID#208
CEMETERIES IN BROOKHAVEN, MS, Plus 10 in the County
By Sue Dorman and Lisa Ballard

This listing not only gives information copied from tombstones, but from additional records such as obituaries, death certificates, sexton's records and funeral home records. Thorough research gives information on many buried without tombstones. Maps of the larger cemteries are included.

506 pages, paperback, index.

 
 
Product ID # 128
MADISON COUNTY, MS WILL ABSTRACTS
by Betty Wiltshire

Madison County was formed in 1828 from part of Yazoo County. This book abstracts the wills located in Will Book A, which includes the years 1829 through 1892. All persons mentioned in the wills, including slaves, have been included here.
 
 
133 pages, paperback, index
 
 
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Product ID # 148
ABSTRACTS OF MARION COUNTY, MS 2nd DISTRICT MARRIAGE RECORDS (Held in Lamar County, Ms)
by Clarise Soper & Myrna Lazenby

This marriage records listed in this book includes the years 1889 into 1906. Most entries found here give the book & page number, name of bride & groom, dates of license, marriage & recording, names of clerks, name & title of person performing the ceremony, and names of parents or guardians when given.

 
 

294 pages, 8 1/2"x 11", index, paperback

 
 
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Product ID # 129
MARSHALL COUNTY, MS WILL AND PROBATE RECORDS
by Betty Wiltshire

Probate records included in this compilation cover the years 1836 through 1862, with the wills included in the probate books. Probate records generally give the name of the deceased person, names and relationships of heirs, places of residence, etc. They also include records of guardianships of minor children, widow's dowers and inventory records. Inventory records include ownership of slaves, often giving names and occasionally ages and relationships of slaves. Due to the large number of slave listings, two indexes were necessary, one for each race.


  306 pages, index, paperback
   
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Product ID#194  
 MONTGOMERY CO., MS ABSTRACT OF WILLS, BOOKS I, II, III

By Evelyn Bell Crouch & Christie Crouch Genola

The information included here are: names of all persons mentioned in the Will, dates of signing and probate, and the page number where the Will can be found.

103 pages, paperback, index, #10.00

   
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Product ID # 130
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MS CEMETERY RECORDS
by Evelyn Bell Crouch & Christie Crouch Genola

This book lists 116 cemeteries from Montgomery County, with a few cemeteries in surrounding counties. Both black & white cemeteries are included. The largest cemetery, Oakwood in Winona, has a map showing sections. Directions are given.
 
 
407 pages, index, paperback
 
 
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Product ID # 169
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MS MARRIAGE INDEX BOOK, 1900-1955
by Evelyn Crouch & Christie Genola

This book listing includes white males and females who applied for marriage licenses in Montgomery County, MS. It also gives volume and page number where license may be found. Names are in alphabetical order.
 
 
150 pages, paperback
 
 
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Product ID # 178
ENUMERATION OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS AND WIDOWS FROM MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MS 1907
by Evelyn B. Crouch & Christie C. Genola

The 1906 Act for Enumeration of the ex-Confederate Soldiers & Widowns brought about the listing of living soldiers and widows. This enumeration was to give names, state from which they enlisted, regiment, company they served, and age.
 
 
150 pages, 8 1/2"x 11"
 
 
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Product ID # 171
HAYES (HAYS) CREEK CHURCH MINUTE BOOK, 1886-1944, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MS
by Evelyn Crouch & Christie Genola

This includes the church minutes taken during the period from 1886 to 1944, which has church activities, members joining or leaving the church, pastors & events. It also includes the story of the church by Mr. Elbert Land & Charles Pinkney Adair.
 
 
158 pages, index, paperback
 
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Product ID #197
1887 WINONA ADVANCE NEWSPAPER, MONTGOMERY CO., MS
by Evelyn Bell Crouch and Christie Crouch Genola

This gives information on families and day to day events in Winona and the surrounding towns and communities, and some in Carroll Co.  It includes notices from dances, marriages and court proceedings to business and deaths, to name a few.
  135 pages, paperback, index
   
 
 
 
Product ID # 166
NESHOBA COUNTY, MS TRACT BOOK ENTRIES, 1833 - 1900
by Janelle Burson Yates

These land records name a large number of Neshoba County's early settlers. Chapters included herein are: The Index of Original Tract Book, Choctaw Certificates & Military Warrants, Former Residences of some Early Settlers, Land Patents, Early Settlers ( names & dates), and Plat Maps showing locations as well as names of owners of each lot, acre, etc.
 
 
168 pages, index, paperback
 
 
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Product ID # 167
EARLY RECORDS OF NESHOBA COUNTY, MS VOL. I
by Janelle Burson Yates

This volume contains indices from several sources including Chancery Court Docket Book, 1857-1907, Will Books A & B (1837-1947), and Probate Records 1860 - 1863.
 
 
178 Pages, 8 1/2"x 11", index, paperback
 
 
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Product ID # 172
EARLY RECORDS OF NESHOBA COUNTY, MS VOL. II
by Janelle Burson Yates

This second volume of Neshoba Co. records includes land patent records Books I-III, tax rolls 1834-1859, and deed abstracts, Books A-D.

 
 
245 pages, 8 1/2"x 11", index, paperback
 
 
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Product ID # 175
EARLY RECORDS OF NESHOBA COUNTY, MS VOL. III
by Janelle Burson Yates

This volume contains records of genealogical interest for the latter part of the 1880's into the early 1900's, naming many of the citizens. The three sections include: 1887 Land Roll, 1892 Land Roll, and Election Registrations for the years 1892 - 1907.
 
 
170 pages, 8 1/2"x 11", index, paperback
 
 
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Product ID # 162
NEWTON COUNTY, MS MARRIAGE RECORDS, 1872 -1952
by William Harold Graham.

Marriage records are available from 1872 to the present time, except for the years 1907 - 1911. Although the volumes indexed are listed in white records, a sprinkling of colored, Choctaw, Indian, and Indian marriages certificates are also recorded. The marriages are listed in alphabetical order in two sections.
 
 
486 pages, 8 1/2"x 11", paperback
 
 
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Product ID # 149
OLD ACCOUNT BOOK ENTRIES, 1837 - 1842 DECATUR, NEWTON COUNTY, MS
by Myrtis S. Craft & Melvin Tingle

This book is a copy of a ledger from the first tavern in Decatur, MS, blieved to be owned by James Ellis. This ledger records Ellis' business transactions. The tavern supplied food, lodging, & supplies for the pioneer families who settled the area. Following each date, the entries gave the names of buyers, purchases, & prices.
 
 
168 pages, 8 1/2"x 11", paperback, index
 
 
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Product ID # 195
THE BLUE & GREY, PERRY CO., MS CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS
By Robert J. McSwain, Jr

This book is a listing of the various units which served from Perry Co., MS.  It gives a history of the units and lists the individual soldiers along with information on each
   
 
88 pages, paperback, index
   
 
 
 
Product ID # 132
VETERANS OF TALLAHATCHIE COUNTY, MS
by Helen S. Arnold & Nick Denley

This book compiles lists of men who served in the various wars, from the Civil War through the Persian Gulf War. It includes the 1907 Enumeration of Confederate soldiers & widows, Civil War service units with members listed, military discharges, and a roster of Tallahatchie County men who gave their lives defending our country. Because the lists are in alphabetical order, a general index is not included.
 
 
111 pages, paperback
 
 
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Product ID # 134
TALLAHATCHIE COUNTY, MS WILL & PROBATE RECORDS
by Betty Wiltshire

Will records include Will Books A & B, covering the years 1835 - 1923, giving date of signing & date probated, & all persons mentioned, with relationships when given. Probate abstracts are taken from Probate Minute Books A, B and C, 1834 - Sept. 1861. It includes estate administrators & executors, guardianships, widow's dowers, ministers qualifications, and citizenship records.
 
 
162 pages, paperback, index
 
 
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  Product ID # 135
EARLY HISTORY OF TALLAHATCHIE COUNTY, MS
by W. S. Elkridge (edited by Chris B. Morgan)

This is a compilation of articles written & published in 1904 & 1905 by William Scott Eskridge, lawyer & newspaper owner, in the Tallahatchie Herald. Mr. Eskridge was born in 1825 and ws personally acquainted with many of the pioneers of the county.
This history offers as complete a roster as possible of the county's first settlers.
   
  141 pages, paperback, index
   
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Product ID # 150
EARLY MISSISSIPPI RECORDS, VOL I - ISSAQUENA & WASHINGTON COUNTY, 1839 -1896

This contains: Washington County - Circuit Court Records, Will Book I, Marriage Records, (random), 1870 Census, General Chancery Docket & Issaquena County - Index to Will Books A, B & C, (random), 1860 Census, Index to Estate Packets, & Medical Licenses.
 
 
162 pages, 8 1/2"x 11", paperback, index
 
 
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Product ID # 153
EARLY MISSISSIPPI RECORDS, VOL II -- ISSAQUENA & WASHINGTON COUNTY, 1827 -1900
by Katherin Branton & Alice Wade

Volume II contains: Issaquena County - Will Book A, Index to Estates, Packet Gleanings, Index to Apprentice Records, Bk. A & Washington County -- Original Patents, Marriage Records Book A, Marriage Records & Death Notices from The Greenville Times, Yellow Fever Epidemic Deaths, Will Book I (continued). Packet Gleanings.
 
 
147 pages, 8 1/2"x 11", paperback, index
 
 
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Product ID # 156
EARLY MISSISSIPPI RECORDS, VOLUME III -WASHINGTON COUNTY, MS,1828 -1902
by Katherine Branton & Alice Wade

Volume III contains: Maps of plantations, Choctaw Cessions 1822 - 1830, Original Townships, Deed Books A-T, Probate Court Minute Book I, 1827 - 1839, Packet Gleanings, 1841-1896, random census 1880 & inventory of Dr. Benjamin Moyler's estate.

   
  218 pages, 8 1/2"x 11", paperback, index
   
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Product ID # 192
EARLY MISSISSIPPI RECORDS VOL IV - WASHINGTON COUNTY, MS
1827 -1880
by Katherine Branton & Alice Wade

This fourth volume includes various records including: Chancery Court Records, Greenville Times Death & Marriage Notices, Will Book 2, Naturalizations, Sommers Funeral Home Records, Guardianship Book "I", and inscriptions from 37 cemeteries.

 
 
218 pages, 8 1/2"x 11", index, paperback
 
 
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Product ID # 180
EARLY MISSISSIPPI RECORDS, VOL. V - ISSAQUENA & SHARKEY COUNTY
by Katherine Branton & Alice Wade

Some Issaquena records were published in Vol I & II , but this is the first for Sharkey County. Tombstone listing are given for some cemeteries in both counties. Issaquena records found here are: Sons of Confederate Veteran Application papers and Methodist Episcopal Church Records. Sharkey County records included are: Probate & Chancery Court records, 1876 - 1900; Will Book A; Marriage Book 1; newspaper excerpts, 1891 - 1900, records of union Church of Anguilla; and the 1880 census.
 
 
197 pages, 8 1/2"x 11", index, paperback
 
 
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Product ID # 141
YALOBUSHA COUNTY, MS WILL ABSTRACTS & ESTATE RECORDS
by Betty Wiltshire

Three Will books covering the years 1834 to 1911 were abstracted for this book, giving the names of all persons named, including slaves, as well as the date the will was signed & date probated, when given. Estate indices are for 1834 into 1866, and gives book & page numbers, with owner of the estate, administrators & date.
 
 
190 pages, index, paperback
 
 
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Product ID#143
  MISSISSIPPI NEWSPAPER OBITUARIES - 1862 - 1875
By Betty Wiltshire
 

These notices were taken from 32 newspapers throughout Mississippi. The names of the newspaper, town where published, and date of the issue are given. Occasionally notices are given for Mississippi residents who died in other states.

260 pages, index, paperback, $25.00

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Product ID#193
MARRIAGES & DEATHS FROM MISSISSIPPI NEWSPAPERS, VOL. I, 1837-1863 By Betty Wiltshire

These newspaper notices were copied from various newspapers throughout the northern half of Mississippi.  This is a reprint of the book formerly published by Heritage Books, Inc. 283 pages, paperback, indexed, $27.00
 
 
 
 
Product ID # 179
GRIFFITH'S /BARKSDALE'S/HUMPHREY'S MISSISSIPPI BRIGADE
by Grady Howell, Jr.

This well researched and informative book gives troop movements and muster listings for this brigade made up of the 13th, 17th, 18th and 21st Confederate Regiments of Mississippi Infantry. These regiments were formed by companies from various areas of Mississippi. These include units from Attala County, Calhoun County, Chickasaw County, Clarke County, DeSoto County, Hinds County, Kemper County, Lawrence County, Lauderdale County, Madison County, Marshall County, Newton County, Panola County, Ponotoc County, Rankin County, Sunflower County, Tallahatchie County, Tishomingo County, Warren County, Wayne County, Wilkinson County, Winston County, and Yazoo County.
 
 
209 pages, paperback, index
 
 
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Product ID # 182
22nd REGIMENT MISSISSIPPI INFANTRY, C.S.A.
by H.Grady Howell, Jr.

This book details the history and soldiers of this Regiment. Some of the chapters included are: Pensioners, News Articles, Grave Registrations, Regimental Movements, and Muster Listing, among others. The Regiment is made up of companies from the counties of Amite, Carroll, Claiborne, DeSoto, Hinds, Lafayette, Lawrence, Warren and Washington.

 
 

111 pages, paperback, index

 
 
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Product ID # 184
FEATHERSTON'S/POSEY'S/HARRIS' MISSISSIPPI BRIGADE
by H. Grady Howell

This informative listing is made up of soldiers in the 2nd, 12th, 16th, 19th,and 48th Mississippi Infantry Units. These regiments were formed from companies around the state, which inclued the counties of Adams, Attala, Claiborne, Copiah, Hinds, Holmes, Itawambo, Jasper, Jefferson, Lafayette, Lawrence, Lowndes, Marshall, Noxubee, Oktibbeha, Panola, Pike, Simpson, Smith, Tippah, Tishomingo, Warren, Wilkinson, Yalobusha, Yazoo.
 
 
226 pages, paperback, index
 
 
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Product ID # 187
DAVIS' MISSISSIPPI BRIGADE, ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA -- A Muster Listing
by H. Grady Howell, Jr.

This book is the last of the compilations of the Mississippi Infantry Units for Mississippi by Mr. Howell. It has the 1st Confederate Battalion, the 2nd Regiment, the 11th regiment, 26th Regiment, and 42nd Regiment of Mississippi. These include some companies from the counties of Calhoun, Carroll, Chickasaw, Coahoma, DeSoto, Itawamba, Lafayette, Lamar, Lowndes, Monroe, Neshoba, Noxubee, Panola, Pontotoc, Tippah, Tishomingo, and Yalobusha.
 
 

205 pages, paperback, index

 
 
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Product ID # 146
MISSISSIPPI CONFEDERATE PENSION APPLICATIONS
by Betty C. Wiltshire

Pensions were given to soldiers and their widows for Civil War service. Most were given after 1900. For widows, it generally gives the husband's name, date and place of marriage, and date and place of husband's death. These books give the pensioner's name, date of application, county of residence, and service unit in most cases. They are listed in alphabetical order.
 
 
A-G, 356, pages paperback, $25.00
 
H-Q, 312, pages, paperback,$25.00
 
P-Z, 324 pages, paperback,$25.00
 
 
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