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William M Furr

Birth: 21 Nov 1840

Death: 23 Dec 1906

(Aged 66 years, 1 months, 2 days.)

Burial: Lebanon Cemetery
Lafayette County, Mississippi, USA

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Served in Company E, 19th Inf., Mississippi as Pvt

Residence was not listed; Enlisted as a Private (date unknown). He also had service in: "I" Co. VA 17th Cavalry Sources used: - Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records Residence Lafayette County MS; 20 years old. Enlisted on 5/6/1861 at Lafayette County, MS as a Private. On 5/6/1861 he mustered into "E" Co. MS 19th Infantry He was Surrendered on 4/9/1865 at Appomattox Court House, VA Other Information: born 11/21/1840 in Lafayette County, MS died 12/23/1906 in Oxford, MS Buried: Lebanon Cemetery, Lafayette County, MS After the War he lived in Lafayette County, MS Sources used: - Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records - Southern Historical Society Papers: Appomattox Paroles ANV - Mississippi Confederate Grave Registry
Unit Details:
19th Infantry Regiment completed its organization at Oxford, Mississippi, in May, 1861, and soon moved to Virginia. The men were raised in the counties of Warren, Jefferson, Greene, Panola, Marshall, and was assigned to General Wilcox's, Featherston's, Posey's, and Harris' Brigade. It fought with the Army of Northern Virginia from Williamsburg to Cold Harbor, then served in the Petersburg trenches south of the James River and in the Appomattox Campaign. This regiment lost 15 killed and 85 wounded of the 501 engaged at Williamsburg, had 58 killed, 264 wounded, and 3 missing at Gaines' Mill and Frayser's Farm, and had 6 killed and 52 wounded in the Maryland Campaign. Its casualties were 6 killed and 40 wounded at Chancellorsville and seven percent of the 372 at Gettysburg were disabled. On April 9, 1865, it surrendered with 8 officers and 129 men. The field officers were Colonels Thomas J. Hardin, Nathaniel H. Harris, Lucius Q.C. Lamar, Christopher H. Mott, John Mullins, Richard W. Phipps, and Ward G. Vaughan; Lieutenant Colonel James H. Duncan; and Majors Ben. Allston, Robert A. Dean, Thomas R. Reading, and Abner Smead.
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