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James Ransom Shinn
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Birth: Apr. 3, 1842
Death: Mar. 25, 1915

Co. E., 15th Ark. Inf. C. S. A.

Father: Littleton Crankfield Shinn
Mother: Nelly Tucker

Married Gemina Ellen Smith Jan. 17, 1865

Docie Freidonia Shinn Sosbee Priba
Charley Littleton Shinn
George Donald Shinn
James William Shinn
Joicy Louisa Shinn Hall
Amanda Marinda Shinn Wiggins
Thomas Jefferson Shinn
James Rueben Shinn
Sika Shinn Jones
Lula Ellen Shinn Spillers
Jesse Lee Shinn
Elizabeth Malinda Shinn Rachel
Katherine A. Shinn Spillers (name spelled "Katherine" on tombstone)

Family links: 
  Littleton Crankfield Shinn (1814 - 1885)
  Nelly Tucker Shinn (1815 - 1864)
  Gemima Ellen Smith Shinn (1846 - 1904)
  Dosie Friedona Shinn Priba (1873 - 1919)*
  Amanda Shinn Wiggins (1875 - 1899)*
  James Reuben Shinn (1879 - 1943)*
  Jesse Lee Shinn (1884 - 1960)*
  Elizabeth Malinda Shinn Rachel (1885 - 1972)*
  Katherine A. Shinn Spillers (1888 - 1974)*
  Elizabeth Malinda Shinn Bailey (1836 - 1906)*
  Martha Isabel Shinn Smith (1839 - 1898)*
  James Ransom Shinn (1842 - 1915)
  Mary Ann Shinn Booher (1845 - 1921)*
  Silas Monroe Shinn (1850 - 1918)*
  Sarah Josephine Shinn Kelley (1853 - 1928)*
  Laura Alice Shinn (1858 - 1860)*
  David Shinn (1869 - 1881)**
  George Darling Shinn (1872 - 1954)**
*Calculated relationship
Ball Hill Cemetery
Pope County
Arkansas, USA
Created by: Marilyn Morris
Record added: Jan 15, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 64248838
James Ransom Shinn
Added by: Marilyn Morris
James Ransom Shinn
Added by: Marilyn Morris
James Ransom Shinn
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Enlisted on July 15th, 1861 at Mount Vernon, Missouri in Company E of the 15th Northwest Arkansas Infantry, CSA. Deserted June 7th, 1863. Took oath at Little Rock on July 13th, 1863. Height was 5'6, eyes gray, auburn hair, and dark complected.
- Travis Holt
 Added: Jan. 11, 2015
Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero, a Confederate Soldier Who Bravely and Proudly Fought For Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: May. 25, 2011

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