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Last Updated on: March 04, 2001

 

WAR BETWEEN THE STATES ANCESTORS 

Richard N. Fox Is a Member of:

Sons of Confederate Veterans - Private James S. Penny

Military Order of Stars and Bars - Captain Hiram Morgan

Sons of Confederate Veterans

Descendants of Confederate Enlisted

Military Order of the Stars and Bars

Descendants of Confederate Officer

State

Name

Service

Louisiana

James S Penny

Enlisted as a Private on 8-26-1861 later promoted to Sergeant on 1-28-1863. Was captured on 7-31-1863 during the 1st Louisiana Calvary's raids into eastern Kentucky.  Unknown to him he was promoted to 4th Sergeant on 12-9-1863, unfortunately though he died 10-7-1863 in Camp Chase Federal POW Camp near Columbus, Ohio.

Louisiana

Isiah Garrett Stokes

Killed September 19, 1863 in the Battle of Chickamauga.  His brother, James dug Isiah's grave with his sword.

Louisiana

James Thomas Stokes

Wounded in the Battle of Chickamauga.

Louisiana

James Stuart Grayson

Private, Company B, 4th Battalion Louisiana Infantry, enlisted 6-4-1861 and served until 1864, was captured and paroled in Monroe, La 1865.

Louisiana Henry Carl Private, Delta Rifles, 4th Louisiana Regiment, enlisted 1861 and served in the Battle of Shiloh where he was wounded and upon recovery was transferred to a cavalry command.

Mississippi

Hiram Morgan

Captain, Amite Guards, 33rd Mississippi Infantry (see battle flag below) which was formed 3-1-1862.  He was killed in action during the spring of 1863 in action at Deer Creek, Mississippi during the early phase to deny Vicksburg to the Federals.

 

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courtesy of the 33rd Mississippi Page    

 

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