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George Henry Richey
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Birth: Jun. 26, 1839
Lowndes County
Mississippi, USA
Death: Nov. 1, 1901
Monroe County
Mississippi, USA

There is evidence to suggest that he was usually known by his middle name "Henry" and alternately by his initials "G.H." as it appears on his headstone. He was an American Civil War veteran, in service to the Confederacy beginning with the Lowndes Southrons (organized JAN 1861) following with the 10th Reg Mississippi Co. D until the close of the war. Film Number M232 Roll 34. His grave is not marked to indicate this CSA service.

He married Miss Frances E. Bell on 14 JAN 1884 in Pickens Co., Alabama.
Family links: 
  Robert Richey (1805 - 1855)
  Nancy Moseley Richey (1814 - 1909)
  Frances E Bell Richey (1860 - 1931)*
  Walter H Richey (1884 - 1915)*
  Joseph Olden Richey (1888 - 1911)*
  Jane Caroline Richey Weaver (1834 - 1927)*
  Robert C Richey (1836 - 1863)*
  George Henry Richey (1839 - 1901)
  Alva Adison Richey (1844 - 1902)*
  Missouri Arkansas Richey Acker (1844 - 1941)*
  Margaret Ellen Richey Harvey (1846 - 1925)*
  Nancy Tallulah Richey Tucker (1847 - 1873)*
  Charles Wesley Richey (1851 - 1931)*
  Joseph O Richey (1854 - 1855)*
*Calculated relationship

190_ (1901)
AGE 6_ YRS (61)

Note: His headstone became separated from his grave a good many years ago. [See fullsize photo image with caption information concerning headstone]
Old Aberdeen Cemetery
Monroe County
Mississippi, USA
Maintained by: LeeLee
Originally Created by: Michelle Woodham
Record added: Mar 22, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 18552365
George Henry Richey
Added by: LeeLee
George Henry Richey
Added by: Michelle Woodham
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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: Jun. 9, 2014
Salute To Our Veterans Who Sacrificed So Much For So Many. Forever In The Loving Arms Of Our Heavenly Father.
- Sue Moore-Hardy
 Added: Jul. 5, 2012

 Added: Sep. 9, 2011
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