- Jeptha Simeon Massey's Profile
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This biography is a rough draft. It was auto-generated by a GEDCOM import and needs to be edited.
- Date: BET 1820 AND 1825
- Place: Prob AL
Imported only 1820 from Birth Date and marked as uncertain.
- Date: 29 NOV 1863
- Place: MS, CW action
- Date: 1862
- Place: Civil War Battle
Found multiple copies of DEAT DATE. Using 29 NOV 1863Array
- Date: 1860
- Place: "Jess" Massey, Attala Co., MS page 355
- Note: #N1035
- WikiTree profile Massey-732 created through the import of MasseyClarkson.ged on Oct 1, 2011 by Barbara Ferrell. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Barbara and others.
- Note N1035Census 1860 Attala Co. MS, page 355, HH # 446/483
- Living with Knox family
- Jess Massey 40 AL
- Martha Massey 25 AL (second wife)
- Mary C. 2 MS
- Massey, Jeptha S. -- Farmer at Rome, MS. Age 32. Married. Joined State Service Mar 15, 1861 at Kosciusko, MS into Capt. Fletcher's Old Company D, New Company I, 13th MS Regiment. Enlisted May 1861 at Corinth, MS into Minutemen of Attala. Sick at Richmond Hospital Apr 1, 1862. Transferred to Quinn's Company A on Dec 1, 1862, Killed Nov 29, 1863 in Knoxville, TN. (from the Winston Co. MS GenWeb site)
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