Noxubee County Confederate Monument

Noxubee County Confederate Monument (HM1QS4)

Location: Macon, MS 39341 Noxubee County
Country: United States of America

N 33° 6.361', W 88° 33.653'

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Names listed on monument

Wm. Franklin Wm. Cason James Goodwin
Ike Griffin Jasper Holmes Wm. Hurt
B.T. Tatum Franklin Rogers A. Rickey
Abe Ware J.O. Gavin Sam Connor
Joe Robbins J. Luttrell S. Tyler
____ Grace D.W. Lagrone King Wiggans
Wm. Stewart George Davis Thos. L. Elkin
W.H. Hardin Judson Stewart B. Holmes
M. Adams Henry Barton S.W. Head
E. Crawford J. Stone J. Garner
Wm Thomas W. Lagrone Jno Williams
Alf Evans D. Vickers W. Ruff
Joe Puckett C. Gary J. Tyler
N. Fancher T. Stanton L. Gillespie
Henry Holt Louis Stowers J.B. Rodgers
David Crockett Wilkins Henry Martin Wilkins C.C. Freeman
C.C. Freeman D.A. Featherston Alex Maneese
Roland Thompson John Thompson Charles Turner
Andrew Frazier Steven Frazier John Hutchison
John Pierce Marion Christofer Nat Barnette
C.E. Lindley A.S. Haynes H.E. Haynes
Jno. A. Windham Jas. A. King R.G. Bryant
Lieut. J.C. Connor Chesley Jarnagin Wm. E. Beasley
Capt. C.K. Massey Richard Pierce Capt. T.J. Koger
Sam Lay Willis Hunter Harris Mahorner
Bernard Mahorner T.W. Freeman W.K. Wiggans
H.P. Burton A.V. Barnhill T.A. Wilbanks
W.J. Davis J.D. Feemster W.F. Hardy
W.W. Massengale R.R. Pierce C.J. Stewart
A.A. Greer J. Howell W.C. Nance
J.R. Pendleton Jno. R. Beale Frank Childress
Col. Jabez L. Drake Matthew Nelson H.O. Beasley
Jerry Beasley Robt. Sanders F. Terrell
E.W. Ferris George Lewis George Sutberry
Lieut. Jas. Slaughter Max Chambers Dabney Gholson
J.F. Brooks L.B. Windham W.F. Eiland
Col. Norphleet Hunter Jas. R. Spann A.V. Connor
Capt. Smith B. Coleman Wm. Nash
Capt. C.W. Burrage J. Clarke J. Bateman
J. Coluther J. Downing ____ Smith
J. Thompson J.M. Guy T. Bateman
N. McArthur E. Terrell D.J. Moore
G.W. Rodgers Wm. Collidge J.A. Simmmons
P. Coleman W.R. Bryant W.F. Herron
Wm Lyle Joel Rives Mat Bell
W.H. Simmons Thos. J. Chambers Lieut. Bates
Joe Wiggans A.J. Farmer H.H. Cockrell
Sgt. Asher Rogers F.A. Shands Geo. W. Hopkins
Iley Fant Robt Welborn Jno Wiggans
Capt. J.M. Macon J.E. Cullom T.J. Jones
D.H. Pace R. Reed F.M. Burrage
_____ Bonner H. Andre J.J.S. Smith
J. Stewart F.L. Downing Wm. Stone
L. Johnson T.J. Maxey W.R. Deering
F.M. Christopher T. Coleman W.A. Davis
C. Tole R. Luke J. Evans
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Details
HM NumberHM1QS4
Tags
Year Placed1901
Placed ByThe Walter Barker Chapter No 242 United Daughters Of The Confederacy Mississippi Division
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Sunday, February 21st, 2016 at 1:01pm PST -08:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)16S E 354356 N 3664123
Decimal Degrees33.10601667, -88.56088333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 33° 6.361', W 88° 33.653'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds33° 6' 21.66" N, 88° 33' 39.18" W
Driving DirectionsGoogle Maps
Area Code(s)662
Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling North
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 501-599 MS-145, Macon MS 39341, US
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