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Dixie BoysThis site contains info on Mississippi units that fought in the Civil War. The name "Dixie Boys" was taken from the name of Company K, of the 30th Mississippi Infantry Regiment. This website contains some information on regimentss from Mississipppi as well as battles and armies in the Western Theater, which includes Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia.
The Mississippi Unit Histories menu contain detailed historical info on 22nd and 30th Mississippi Infantry and 5th Mississippi Cavalry Regiments, including partial rosters. The Organization Tables contains an outline of regiments and commanders for different Confederate Armies. I've added a new organizational table of the Army of Mississippi at Shiloh and have added my own detail information on many of the leaders and regiments. It includes detailed information before and after the battle, such as promotions, wounds or post war career. The Death Records includes list of battle casualties and burial rosters of soldiers that I have found during my geneology research.
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The Custermen website is a much larger site on the Italian Campaign of WW2.
"Custermen" was a term for the soldiers who served in the 85th 'Custer' Division.
DixieBoys is the name
of a unit raised from Carroll County, MS, that became Company K of the
30th Mississippi Regiment.
MISSISSIPPI UNIT HISTORIES- Email me if you have any ancestors who served in one of the units listed below.
If your ancestor was from Carroll County, you may find his name in one of the rosters.
30th Mississippi Infantry - Regiment History of ancestor's unit.ORGANIZATIONAL TABLES
Army of Mississippi at Shiloh - Expanded with details about leaders and units
Bragg's Army of Tennessee - Chattanooga Campaign, 1863
Hood's Army of Tennessee - Hood's Nashville Campaign, 1864
Battle of Lookout Mountain - US & CS Armies- Nov 24, 1863Loring's Division at Fort Pemberton - March 1863, Greenwood, MS
DEATH & BURIAL RECORDS
Casualties of Fort
List of 99 Confederate casualties(WIA & KIA).
Email Comments to: Mail Bag
A selection of email
received since January 2003.
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any veteran's organization or any official U.S.
Army or Department of Defense organization.
Copy Right Notice:No photos, text, or pages of this website may
be used without prior written permission. All
information contained within this website is from
my private collection or records in public
domain or property obtained with permission.
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of the 85th Division of WW2.