|Death: ||Jun. 28, 1882|
Captain James Monroe Anderson
Company---D Commanding "Harris Rifles"
Regiment---7th Tennessee Infantry 1861-62
*Spy for Confederate Government 1862-until in sent to prison as a Prisoner of War 1863
Capt. Anderson died in Marianna of typhoid malarial fever on June 29 1882.
He was born in Lebanon, Wilson County, TN May 1839 and was educated at Chapel Hill, N.C.
He moved to AR in 1864. He was a lawyer beginning his practice in 1868.
From his obit published in the Arkansas Evangel, Jan. 18, 1883. He was a Baptist having taugh a Sunday School class. He married a "Miss Mooney" in the fall of 1866 and they had 5 children, three of which preceded him in death.
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Annie H Darracott 791, UDC - Lakeland, FL
Added: Sep. 23, 2012
Anderson, James Monroe, Capt.-Died:Jun.28,1882-Buried in Confederate Cemetery, Helena,Ark.- Captain James Monroe Anderson-Rank---Captain Company---D Commanding "Harris Rifles" Regiment---7th Tennessee Infantry 1861-62 *Spy for Confederate Government 1862-...(Read more)|
Paul V. Isbell
Added: Aug. 23, 2012
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