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Capt John Tyler Jacobs
Birth: Jul. 18, 1840
Death: Dec. 26, 1905

John Tyler Jacobs

Born: Loutre Island, Montgomery County, MO
Died: Callaway County, MO
Allegiance: Confederate

Civil War Service:
Lieutenant of Company A, 2nd Infantry Battalion, 2nd Division Missouri State Guard under Major John S. Robinson -

Captain in Brig. General M. Jeff Thompson's Regiment.
Rank: Captain
Enlistment Date: July 1861,
Discharge Date: unknown

Was in third year at VMI (Class of '62) when War began.

Captured "recruiting rebels" 7 October 1862 in Montgomery County, MO.
Paroled to city-limits of Alton, Illinois, 14 July 1863.
Re-captured 17 September 1863 in Montgomery County, MO. Sentenced "to be confined at hard labor during the War". Released from Alton Federal Military Prison 28 May 1864.

Upon release at the end of the War, Captain Jacobs was a stock-raiser and farmer in Callaway County, Missouri, where he owned 1,100 acres, and is also listed in the "History of Callaway County" as "among the foremost farmers of the county."

 
 
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 Parents:
  George R. Jacobs (1802 - 1877)
  Louisa Parsons Jacobs (1817 - 1885)
 
 Spouse:
  John Tyler Jacobs (1840 - 1905)*
 
 Children:
  Marshal Jacobs (1888 - 1952)*
 
 Siblings:
  John Tyler Jacobs (1840 - 1905)*
  John Tyler Jacobs (1840 - 1905)
  Edwin Jacobs (1853 - 1940)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Old Cedar Cemetery
Stephens (Callaway County)
Callaway County
Missouri, USA
 
Maintained by: Brent Jacobs
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Record added: Oct 17, 2004
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Remembering And Honoring A True Southern Patriot - A Confederate Veteran. Deo Vindice.
- Robert F. Rubel, SCV Camp 1937, Cleburne, Texas
 Added: Mar. 9, 2013
Thank you for serving our country.
- Kay Hawkins Douglass
 Added: Nov. 13, 2011
Thank you for the proud heritage. Deo Vindice.
- Brent Jacobs
 Added: Jun. 1, 2008
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