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Finding Aid for the Eugene Craven Callaway Collection



Descriptive Summary

PURL: http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM01742/
Title: Eugene Craven Callaway Collection
Dates: 1824-2005
Dates: 1834-1889
Collector: Eugene Craven Callaway
Physical Extent: 2 boxes (0.834 linear feet)
Repository: University of Mississippi. Department of Archives and Special Collections. University, MS 38677, USA
Identification: MUM01742
Location: Manuscript Collections
Language of Material: English
Abstract: The Eugene Craven Callaway Collection consists of family letters and documents principally belonging to the Rev. James Render Callaway family who settled in Pontotoc and Lafayette County, Mississippi in the Mid-1800s. The collection includes correspondence from the connecting families: Boyd, Farley, Reed, and Son. There are also Civil War and California Gold Rush era letters, as well as materials relating to religion during the Second and Third Great Awakening.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Collection donated by Eugene Craven Callaway, November 18, 2010

Processing Information

Collection processed by John R. Wall. Finding aid encoded by Kathryn Michaelis, July 2011.

Additions

No further additions are expected to this collection.


Subject Terms

Callaway, James Render
Callaway family
Confederate States of America. Army. Mississippi Cavalry Regiment, 7th
Confederate States of America. Army. Mississippi Infantry Regiment, 11th
Confederate States of America. Army. Mississippi Infantry Regiment, 41st
Methodism--United States.
Slavery--Mississippi--History--19th century.
Gold mines and mining--California--History--19th century.
Pontotoc County (Miss.)--Social conditions.
Lafayette County (Miss.)--Social conditions.


Biographical Note

Georgia native and Methodist-Episcopal minister Rev. James Render Callaway settled in Pontotoc County, MS with his wife, Nancy Day Farley Callaway, and their children in the 1830s. Rev. J.R. Callaway assisted in establishing Methodist churches both in Mississippi and Georgia, and was a significant landowner in North-Central Mississippi. Three of Rev. James R. and Nancy Day Callaway's sons traveled to California during the 1849 Gold Rush. During the Civil War, six sons served in the Confederate Army, three of whom died in the conflict. James R. Callaway's oldest son, Cicero M. Callaway, who married Louisa Son, had three sons that served in the Confederate army. Louisa Son Callaway's brothers, Reuben Son and John C. Son, moved west before the Civil War, with Reuben settling in Shasta County, California and John C. settling in Desha County, Arkansas. Both men maintained correspondence with their sister and brother-in-law.


Scope and Content Note

A significant amount of the collection includes mid- to late Nineteenth Century correspondence to and from members of the Rev. James Render Callaway family, especially his oldest son's family: Cicero M. Callaway. The collection also includes correspondence and documents relating to families that married into the Callaway family.


User Information

Prefered Citation

Eugene Craven Callaway Collection, Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi

Access Restrictions

Open for research. This collection is stored at an off-site facility. Researchers interested in using this collection must contact Archives and Special Collections at least two business days in advance of their planned visit.

Copyright Restrictions

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Separated Material

A Spelling Book: Written in the Chahta language, with an English translation, prepared and published under the direction of the missionaries in the Chahta nation, with the aid of Captain David Folsom, interpreter. Call number: PM873 .S63 1825.


Arrangement

This collection is arranged in 6 series.

Series I. Callaway Family, 1796-1903
Series II. Boyd and Farley Family, 1838-1842
Series III. Son and Read/Reed Family, 1774-1890[?]
Series IV. Methodist Episcopal Church, 1850; 1885; 2005
Series V. U.S. Navy, 1836; 1850
Series VI. Miscellaneous, 1882; undated

Container List

Series I. Callaway Family, 1796-1903
1.1 James Render Callaway, 1796-1865
Biographical Note: Methodist Minister.
1.2 ANS. James R. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 1859
Scope: Fragment.
1.3 ANS. James R. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 8 July 1864
1.4 ANS. James R. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 27 November 1864
1.5 ALS. James R. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 4 June 1865
1.6 ALS. James R. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 20 June 1865
Scope: Includes transcription.
1.7 Nancy M. Day Farley Callaway
Biographical Note: Wife of James R. Callaway.
1.8 ALS. Nancy M. Day Farley to Cicero M. Callaway, 24 September 1872
1.9 Cicero Marion Callaway, 1819-1874
Biographical Note: Son of James R. and Nancy M. Day Farley Callaway.
1.10 ALS. [Thomas G. Hunt ?] to “Dear Friend” [Cicero M. Callaway ?], 12 October 1836
1.11 ALS. Robert R. Hunt to Cicero M. Callaway, 13 July 1838
Scope: Note: Robert R. Hunt and Thomas G. Hunt were brothers.
1.12 ALS. Alexander W. Murff to Cicero M. Callaway, 1 September 1838
1.13a ALS. Thomas G. Hunt to Cicero M. Callaway, 16 September 1838
1.13b ALS. Thomas G. Hunt to Cicero M. Callaway, 16 September 1838
1.14 ANS. May A.M. Patton to Cicero M. Callaway, 8 December 1838
1.15 ALS. Thomas G. Hunt to Cicero M. Callaway, 25 February 1839
1.16 ALS. Robert R. Hunt to Cicero M. Callaway, 4 December 1839
1.17 ALS. Robert R. Hunt to Cicero M. Callaway, 18 February 1840
1.18 L. Anon. to Cicero M. Callaway, 9 October 18[40?]
1.19 ALS. Cicero M. Callaway to Thomas G. Hunt, 2 January 1842
1.20 ALS. Armilda N. Reves to Cicero M. Callaway, 18 February 1850
1.21 ALS. Armilda N. Reves to Cicero M. Callaway, 29 April 1850
1.22 ANS. [W.G. Burn ?] to Cicero M. Callaway, 11 January 1857
1.23 ALS. [J./T.] L. Duke to Cicero M. Callaway, 4 January 1860
1.24 ADS. Cicero M. Callaway Power-of-Attorney Grant to J.A. Drake, 8 December 1862
Scope: In order to collect Confederate military service pay on behalf of his deceased son: James M. Callaway of Pontotoc County, Mississippi.
1.25 ALS. J.S. [Cameron ?] to Cicero M. Callaway, 4 March 1865
1.26 ALS. Matilda [Sanders ?] to Cicero M. Callaway, 15 June 1866
1.27 D. A.J. Roach & Co. Cotton Factors, Grocers, & Commission Merchants-Memphis, Tennessee, 1 August 1866
Scope: Handbill
1.28 ANS. Law Collection Office Grigsby E. Thomas Jr.-Columbus, Georgia to Cicero M. Callaway, 30 April 1867
Scope: Note regarding land taxes.
1.29 ALS. G.E. Thomas Jr. to Cicero M. Callaway, 28 May 1867
1.30 ANS. [A.H. McClarty ?] to Cicero M. Callaway, 2 October 1869
1.31 ALS. W.M. Huckaby to Cicero M. Callaway, 22 May 1870
1.32 ANS. Myers & Houseman to Cicero M. Callaway, 7 February 1872
Scope: Myers & Houseman – Grocers, Okolona, Mississippi. Re: Credit for a barrel of flour.
1.33 ALS. J.W. Johnson to Cicero M. Callaway, 4 May 1872
1.34 Louisa Son Callaway, 1821-1874
Biographical Note: Wife of Cicero M. Callaway.
1.35 ANS. Transfer of a Female Slave from Mary Reed to Louisa Callaway-Pontotoc County, Mississippi, 26 August 1848
1.36 ALS. Louisa Son Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 2 April 1865
1.37 Hilary Newton Callaway, 1820-1849
Biographical Note: Son of James R. and Nancy M. Day Farley Callaway.
1.38 ALS. Hilary Newton Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 20 April 1845
1.39 Allison Render Callaway, 1921-1903
Biographical Note: Son of James R. and Nancy M. Day Farley Callaway.
1.40 ANS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 10 September 1866
1.41 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 11 February 1867
1.42 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 25 February 1867
1.43 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 1 April 1867
1.44 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 5 October 1867
1.45 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 23 January 1868
1.46 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 22 June 1868
1.47 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 6 July 1868
1.48 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 5 October 1868
1.49 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 15 January 1869
1.50 ANS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 12 March 1869
1.51 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 6 October 1869
1.52 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 10 March 1870
1.53 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 4 April 1870
1.54 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 13 October 1870
1.55 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 9 December 1870
1.56 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 22 March 1871
1.57 ALS. Allison Render Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 12 June 1873
1.58 Stephen Gallatin Callaway, 1823-1886
Biographical Note: Son of James R. and Nancy M. Day Farley Callaway. Stephen G. Callaway served in the 7th Mississippi Cavalry Regiment-1st Partisan Rangers during the Civil War.
1.59 ALS. Stephen Gallatin Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 17 September 1849
1.60 ALS. Stephen Gallatin Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 16 October 1852
Scope: Includes a receipt note regarding stock in the Mobile & Ohio Railroad Company-16 April 1855.
1.61 ALS. Stephen Gallatin Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 13 November 1864
1.62 ANS. Stephen Gallatin Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 31 December 1871
1.63 John Wesley Callaway, 1829-1862
Biographical Note: Son of James R. and Nancy M. Day Farley Callaway. John W. Callaway served in the 41st Mississippi Infantry Regiment during the Civil War and was killed in Georgia on 24 November 1862.
1.64 ALS. John Wesley Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 27 September 1862
Scope: Civil War letter
1.65 Mary Ann Callaway Quick, undated
Biographical Note: Daughter of James R. and Nancy M. Day Farley Callaway. Married Thomas J. Quick.
1.66 ALS. Mary Ann Callaway to her brothers and sisters, 22 July 1865
Scope: Mary A. Callaway notifying her sibling of their Father's death (James Render Callaway). Transcript included.
1.67 ALS. Mary Ann Callaway Quick to Cicero M. Callaway, 12 June 1870
1.68 ALS. Mary Ann Callaway Quick to Cicero M. Callaway, 18 September 1870
1.69 ALS. Mary Ann Callaway Quick to Cicero M. Callaway, 24 December [1887?]
1.70 ALS. Thomas J. Quick to Cicero M. Callaway, 31 March 1862
1.71 ALS. Thomas J. Quick to Cicero M. Callaway, 10 April 1870
1.72 ALS. Thomas J. Quick to Cicero M. Callaway, 11 December 1870
1.73 ALS. Thomas J. Quick to Cicero M. Callaway, 26 March 1871
1.74 ALS. Thomas J. Quick to Cicero M. Callaway, 4 September 1871
1.75 Asbury Few Callaway, 1833-1862
Biographical Note: Son of James R. and Nancy M. Day Farley Callaway. Served in the 41st Mississippi Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. Died while in service on 20 July 1862.
1.76 ALS. Asbury Few Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 30 March 1862
1.77 ANS. Asbury Few Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 15 June 1862
1.78 James Marion Callaway, 1842-1862
Biographical Note: Son of Cicero M. and Louisa S. Callaway. Served in the 41st Mississippi Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. Died near Corinth, MS. on 28 June 1862.
1.79 ALS. James M. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway,
1.80 ALS. James M. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway,
1.81 ALS. James M. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway,
1.82 ALS. James M. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway,
1.83 ALS. James M. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway,
1.84 ALS. James M. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway,
1.85 ALS. James M. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway,
1.86 ALS. James M. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway,
1.87 L. Notification to Cicero M. Callaway Regarding James M. Callaway’s Service Pay, 27 July 1862
Scope: Civil War letter
1.88 ALS. A.J. Clark to Cicero M. Callaway, 30 September 1863
Scope: Follow-up regarding Cicero Callaway’s deceased sons’ back-pay
1.89 John L. Callaway, 1843-1862
Biographical Note: Son of Cicero M. and Louisa S. Callaway. Served in the 41st Mississippi Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. Died at Carthage, Smith County, Tennessee on 10 October 1862.
1.90 ALS. John L. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 2 May 1862
1.91 ALS. John L. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 4 June 1862
1.92 ALS. John L. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 8 August 1862
1.93 ALS. John L. Callaway to Cicero M. Callaway, 25 August 1862
1.94 ALS. Thomas Baird to Cicero M. Callaway, 10 October 1862
1.95 William F. Callaway, 1846-1864
Biographical Note: Son of Cicero M. and Louisa S. Callaway. Served in the 41st Mississippi Infantry Regiment during the Civil War. Died of disease in Montgomery, Alabama on 31 August 1864.
1.96 ALS. William F. Callaway to Cicero and Louisa Callaway, 28 August 1864
Scope: Letter written four days before William F. Callaway’s death
1.97 ALS. James W. Renfro to Cicero and Louisa Callaway, 1 September 1864
Scope: Letter reporting the death of William F. Callaway. Masonic symbol in top corner of front page.
1.98 ANS. Notification sent to Cicero M. Callaway reporting the death of William L. Callaway, 2 September; 8 October 1864
Scope: Note from Concert Hall Hospital, Montgomery, Alabama, forwarded to the Callaway family by W.F. Callaway company commander: Silas H. Wood.
1.99 Rev. Reuben C. Callaway, 1850-1900
Biographical Note: Son of Cicero M. and Louisa S. Callaway.
1.100 ALS. [A.K./R. Callan ?] to Reuben C. Callaway, 20 April 1874
1.101 ACS. R.C.C. [Rev. Reuben C. Callaway] to Emma L. Callaway, 18 May 1881
1.102 ALS. R.C.C. [Rev. Reuben C. Callaway] to Robert A. Callaway, 2 January 1882
1.103 ALS. Rev. Reuben C. Callaway to Robert A. and F.S. Callaway, 1 May 1882
1.104 ALS. R.C. [Rev. Reuben C. Callaway] to Robert A. Callaway, 28 January 1884
1.105 ACS. R.C.C. [Rev. Reuben C. Callaway] to Robert A. Callaway, 18 October 1884
1.106 ACS. R.C.C. [Rev. Reuben C. Callaway] to Robert A. Callaway, 17 December 1884
1.107 ANS. H.B. Clark to Rev. Reuben C. Callaway, 18 October 1885
1.108 ALS. R.C.C. [Rev. Reuben C. Callaway] to Robert A. Callaway, 6 November 1885
1.109 ANS. R.T. Nolen, Humbolt Marble Works (Humbolt, Tennessee/Carrollton, Mississippi) to Rev. R.A. Callaway [Rev. Reuben C. Callaway], 1 September 1889
1.110 Cicero Elisha Callaway, 1852-1898
Biographical Note: Son of Cicero M. and Louisa S. Callaway
1.111 ALS. Cicero E. Callaway to Robert and Jessie Callaway, 8 June 1887
1.112 ALS. Cicero E. Callaway to Robert A. Callaway, 24 March 1889
2.1 C.F.S.P. to Robert A. Callaway, 13 September 1867
Biographical Note: Robert A. Callaway-Son of Cicero M. and Louisa S. Callaway
2.2 ALS. K. Coats to Robert A. Callaway, 22 October 1880
Scope: Includes Confederate Jefferson Davis stamps-2 Sleeves.
2.3 ALS. [James?] Callaway to Robert A. Callaway, 23 January 1884
2.4 ALS. W.M. Donaldson to Robert A. Callaway, 4 March 1884
2.5 ALS. George D. Baggan to Robert Callaway, 26 March 1885
2.6 Envelope addressed to R. A. [Robert A.] Callaway, 26 February 1886
2.7 W.[?]. Waters to Robert [Callaway?], 26 February 1888
2.8 ALS. Arthur S.J. to Ada Brown, 6 March 188[?]
Scope: Fragment. Ada L. Brown (Callaway)-Wife of Robert A. Callaway.
2.9 ALS. Jenni [?] to Ada Brown, 19 October 1886
2.10 L. Anon. to Ada Callaway, 3 June 1902
2.11 ALS. M.M. Landers to Emma L. Callaway, 24 January 1880
Biographical Note: Emma L. Callaway-Daughter of Cicero M. and Louisa S. Callaway
2.12 ALS. Susie [N.C.?] to Emma L. Callaway, 6 April 1880
2.13 ALS. S.N.C. [Susie Callaway?] to Emma and Franie Callaway, 10 October 1880
Biographical Note: Frances S. Callaway-Youngest Daughter of Cicero M. and Louisa S. Callaway
2.14 ALS. Susie [Callaway?] to Franie Callaway, 11 April 1884
2.15 ALS. N.J. Donaldson to F.S. Callaway, 15 April 1884
2.16 ALS. James S. Callaway to Jesse R. Callaway, 11 June 1882
Biographical Note: Jesse R. Callaway-Youngest son of Cicero M. and Louisa S. Callaway
2.17 ALS. [?] Logan to Mr. Callaway, 14 February 18[?]
Series II. Boyd and Farley Family, 1838-1842
2.18 ALS. James F. Boyd to Cicero M. Callaway, 3 July 1838
Biographical Note: James F. Boyd-Nephew of Nancy Farley and James Render Callaway
2.19 ALS. James F. Boyd to Cicero M. Callaway, 12 February 1839
2.20 ALS. James F. Boyd to Cicero M. Callaway, 18 July 1839
2.21 ALS. James F. Boyd to Cicero M. Callaway, 9 January 1842
Series III. Son and Read/Reed Family, 1774-1890[?]
2.22 Reuben Read Family, 1774-1849
Biographical Note: Grandfather of Louisa Son Callaway
2.23 ADS. Copy of Reuben Reed’s Will, 8 January 1844
2.24 ALS. Jesse and Elizabeth R. Knoles (Knowles) to Cicero M. Callaway, 25 September 1844
Biographical Note: Elizabeth R. Knoles (Knowles)-daughter of Reuben Reed and Aunt of Louisa Son Callaway
2.25 ALS. William and Elizabeth Reed to Cicero and M. Louisa Callaway, 2 December 184[?]
2.26 ALS. Joseph and Agemema Read to J.B. Cooper, 13 October 1851
Biographical Note: Joseph Reed-Uncle of Louisa Son Callaway
2.27 John C. Son, 1824-1868
Biographical Note: Brother of Louisa Son Callaway
2.28 ALS. John C. Son to Cicero M. Callaway, 7 August 1849
2.29 ANS. John C. Son to Cicero M. Callaway, 19 January 1850
2.30 ANS. John C. Son to Cicero M. Callaway, 10 June 1850
2.31 ALS. John C. Son to Cicero M. Callaway, 27 December 1850
2.32 ALS. John C. Son to Cicero M. Callaway, 5 April 1851
2.33 ALS. John C. Son to Cicero M. Callaway, 12 April 1852
2.34 ANS. John C. Son to Cicero M. Callaway, 12 August 1839
2.34 ADS. Power of Attorney from John C. Son-Napoleon, Desha County, Arkansas, 12 August 1839
2.35 ALS. O.F. Parrish to Cicero M. Callaway, 10 March 1866
Scope: Regarding the estate of John C. Son
2.36 ANS. O.F. Parrish to Cicero M. Callaway, 4 October 1867
Scope: Regarding the estate of John C. Son
2.37 ALS. O.F. Parrish to Cicero M. Callaway, 16 April 1868
Scope: Regarding the estate of John C. Son
2.38 Reuben Son, 1826-1857
Scope: Brother of Louisa S. Callaway
2.39 ANS. Signed note regarding a 3-year old female slave, 25 August 1848
2.40 ALS. Reuben Son to Cicero M. Callaway, 13 April 1849
2.41 ALS. Reuben Son to Cicero M. Callaway, 2 May 1849
2.42 ALS. Reuben Son to Cicero M. Callaway, 30 December 1849
2.43 ALS. Reuben Son to Cicero M. Callaway, 11 September 1857
2.44 ADS. Estate Appraisal for Reuben Son in California, 19 January 1858
Scope: Sent to Cicero M. Callaway, Ponotoc, Mississippi. Includes an acknowledgement of expenses paid from the estate.
2.45 ADS. Last Will and Testament of Reuben Son of South Shasta County California, 19 January 1858
Biographical Note: John S. Follansbee of C.A. Kyle-Executors to Cicero M. Callaway
2.46 ALS. John S. Follansbee to Cicero M. Callaway, February [1859]
2.47 ALS. John S. Follansbee to Cicero M. Callaway, 11 June 1859
2.48 ALS. John S. Follansbee to Louisa Callaway, 17 September 1859
2.49 ADS. Statement of Settlement of Estate for Reuben Son, 21 December 1859
Scope: Issued by the Shasta County, California probate court
2.50 ALS. John S. Follansbee to Cicero M. Callaway, 28 December 1859
2.51 ALS. John S. Follansbee to Cicero M. Callaway, 10 May 1860
Scope: Includes Wells Fargo and Company Exchange Receipt for $920.25 dated 21 December 1859.
2.52 Thomas and Mary Jane Polly (Sons) Carver, undated
Biographical Note: Mary J.P.S. Carver-Sister of Louisa S. Callaway
2.53 ALS. Thomas Carver to Cicero M. Callaway, 13 August 1844
2.54 Thomas and Mary Carver to Cicero M. and Louisa Callaway, 21 September 1851
2.55 ALS. Thomas and Mary Carver to Cicero M. Callaway, 15 November 1853
2.56 ALS. Thomas and Polly Carver to Cicero M. and Louisa Callaway, 13 June 1855
2.57 ALS. Thomas and Polly Carver to Cicero M. and Louisa Callaway, 25 September 1855
2.58 ALS. Thomas Carver to Cicero M. Callaway, 10 January 1856
2.59 ALS. Thomas Carver to Cicero M. and Louisa Callaway, 13 August 1856
2.60 ALS. Thomas Carver to Cicero M. and Louisa Callaway, 29 August 1857
2.61 ALS. Thomas and Polly Carver to Cicero M. and Louisa Callaway, 3 June 1858
2.62 ALS. Martha J. Carver to Cicero M. Callaway, 24 June 1873
2.63 ALS. Martha J. Carver to Emma L. Callaway, 2 March 1880
Biographical Note: Emma L. Callaway-daughter of Cicero M. and Louisa S. Callaway
2.64 ALS. Martha J. Carver to Emma L. Callaway, 22 August 1880
2.65 ALS. Martha J. Carver to Emma L. Callaway, 5 January 1881
2.66 ALS. Martha J. Carver to Mary E. Callaway, 26 April 18[90?]
Biographical Note: Mary E. Callaway-Daughter of Cicero M. and Louisa S. Callaway
2.67 ALS. M.J.C. [Martha J. Carver] to Cicero M. and Louisa Callaway, 21 February 18[?]
2.68 ALS. Martha J. Carver to Emma L. Callaway, [14?] April [18?]
Series IV. Methodist Episcopal Church, 1850; 1885; 2005
2.69 ANS. J.M. Bruce and D.J. Price: Notes on Methodist Congregants sent to C.P. Cooper, 10 February 1850
2.70 D. Program-Chickasaw County Sunday School Convention, September 1885
2.71 D. Mt. Zion (Non-Denominational Church) Homecoming, 21 August 2005
Scope: Bulletin-Lafayette County, Mississippi
Series V. U.S. Navy, 1836; 1850
2.72 ANS. Thomas Miller to Commodore [Dallas] of the U.S.S. Constellation, 29 May 1836
Scope: Scanned copy
2.73 ANS. M.M. Roberts-Acting Master of Steamer U.S.S. Walker, 10 January 1850
Scope: Note listing items received at the U.S. Naval Yard in Pensacola for the U.S.S. Walker
Series VI. Miscellaneous, 1882; undated
2.74 L. Anon. to "Dearest Cousin", 10 May 1882
2.75 N. Helen Prescott (genealogist) note