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Notes for James Stuart Grayson

Served as a Private in Co. B, the "Ouachita Blues," 4th LA Battalion during the Civil War.

His death was reported in the Ouachita Telegraph on 31 Mar 1869 as follows: "Robbery and Murder - Again we are called upon to chronicle another foul deed. On Monday night week, was perpetrated the murder of James S. Grayson, near the residence of Capt. (J.P.) Crosley on the west side of the Ouachita River, by some party or parties unknown." Two Federal soldiers, John Phelps and Eugene Reary, were being held as suspects.
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