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The Lamar Rifles in Oxford MS Civil War CSA and Union

The Lamar Rifles in Oxford MS Civil War CSA and Union


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Civil War The men of an Illinois regiment of the Union army camped around the Oxford, Mississippi

An unknown soldier with the 9th Mississippi Infantry.

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The Army of Mississippi 1861 (full dress), Ben Bullard Rifles, Lamar Rifles, Water Valley Rifle Guard

Pvt. Parham M. Buford, 11th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, Company G, Lamar Rifles, Lafayette County, Mississippi. Buford, Parham M. - Enlisted August 9, ...

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Private William H Delbridge

Mid war Confederate prisoners

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Captain Thomas Goode Clark and his two sons were all killed at Gettysburg. Find this Pin and more on Civil War -CSA and Union ...

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Isaac Davis Stamps First Captain Co E, Mississippi Regiment "Hurricane Rifles" Nephew of CSA President Jefferson Davis

In 1906 and 1907, two Confederate Monuments were erected one the Ole Miss Campus and one the Square in downtown Oxford. The idea for a monument had begun ...

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The Lamar Rifles in Oxford, MS

11th Mississippi Monument at Sharpsburg. Note the University Greys are atop the list of those companies that fought there.

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Rear of Monument

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Union General Ulysses S. Grant was occupying Oxford in December of 1862, while Confederate

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[Private William Holland Liming of Co. A, 34th Mississippi Infantry Regiment, and · American Civil WarAmerican ...

Grave of William Delay in Oxford Memorial Cemetery listing his extensive military service - findagrave.

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Rare Civil War Confederate Griswold and Gunnison Revolver.

Confederate Bowie Knife carried by Private James E. Ballard of Company A, Mississippi Infantry. His name and unit are stamped on the brass cross guard ...

Bruce Newman The current plaque is pictured on the Confederate soldier statue at Lyceum Circle of the University of Mississippi campus.

On May 4, 1861, male students attending the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss), as well as many professors, joined the fight.

In the midst of the current Cultural Revolution when it has become fashionable to dishonor Confederate dead by vandalizing and removing monuments and in ...

The Honorable James L. Roberts, a judge from Pontotoc, Mississippi, delivered an intersting speech about his Confederate ancestors. A rifle and cannon ...

Front of Monument

The regiment (Company A of the 11th Mississippi) was formed at the onset of the Civil War by Ole Miss students who wanted to fight for the cause.

Fiddler's Folly is located at 520 North Lamar Blvd.

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View from Little Round Top looking from the Union perspective towards the Confederate line.

Thomas Dwight Witherspoon as a private in the Lamar Rifles; carte de visite by Bingham

Wizard of the Saddle

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Mississippi Central Railroad Campaign Trail

Lucien B. Moore House, John. E. Rodabough Papers, Manuscripts Division,

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Oxford, Mississippi - A British double-decker tourist bus and the Mississippi state flag

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More than 30,000 Union troops were camped in the College Hill area of Lafayette County.

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The stained glass window in Ventress Hall dedicated to the University Grays. Oxford, Mississippi

This house was used as a Confederate hospital during the Battle of Franklin. From the backporch, General Nathan Bedford Forrest inspected Union positions at ...

Battle of Shiloh - Hurlbut's Division defending the peach orchard

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Destination Oxford, Mississippi

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It stands in the center of the Confederate Cemetery, behind Tad Smith Coliseum, on the Old Miss Campus, in Oxford ...

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Southern fare included brisket, fried chicken, boiled greens, catfish, fries, hush puppies, sweet tea, and banana pudding for dessert. The crowd also ...

St. Peter's Cemetery, ( aka Oxford Cemetery ) a few blocks northeast of the bustling town square in Oxford, Mississippi, is full of ghosts: dead rebels and ...

Last Sunday, May 1, a memorial service was held on the campus of Ole Miss (University of Mississippi) in Oxford to honor the University Grays.

The "Dead House" plaque stands outside of the Farley ...

... the requisite Civil War Monument ...




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Last Sunday, members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans University Greys Camp #1803 and the Varina Howell Davis Chapter #2559 United Daughters of the ...

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SCV Camp 2140 - S.D. Lee's Caledonia Rifles

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During the ceremony on Sunday, the Forrest Highlanders led a procession of infantrymen. Tom Wilson elightened the audience with his beautiful singing voice, ...

Union General Andrew Jackson Smith

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Guyton Hall too was affected by the Civil War.

Regimental flag of the 34th Mississippi Infantry captured at Lookout Mountain Nov. 24, 1863 by the 149th N.Y.

Ammadelle was constructed for Thomas Evans Bedgegood Pegues, who in 1856 moved his family from Lafayette Springs to Oxford.

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... the remains of over 18,000 Civil War Union soldiers ...

... you go into the Confederate graveyard at night and sit on one of the unmarked graves, you'll be able to see the Union or Confederate soldiers ghost who ...