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Peel, Thomas J.

Co. I, 19th Miss. Infantry

(Confederate)

Private     --     Private


Thos. J. Peel
Priv { Capt. Thomas J. Hardin's Co
           19 Reg't Mississippi Volunteers

AGE: 24 years

Appears on a
Muster-in Roll
in the organization named above.
Roll dated not dated , 18
Muster-in to date March 29, 1862

Joined for duty and enrolled: March 9, 1862
Where: Chulahoma, Marshall, Miss
By Whom: Capt. Thos. J. Hardin, Regt. Offcr.
Period: For the war


Thos. J. Peel
Pt. Co. I, 19 Reg't Mississippi Vols.

Appears on COMPANY MUSTER ROLL
in the organization named above.
for March & Apr, 1862
dated Aug. 1, 1862

Enlisted:
When: March 9, 1862
Where: Chulahoma, Marshall, Miss
By Whom: Capt. Thos. J. Hardin
Period: During the war

Last Paid
By Whom:
To what time:

Present or absent: Present
Remarks: Died


Canceled


Thos. J. Peel
Pt. Co. I, 19 Reg't Mississippi Vols.

Appears on COMPANY MUSTER ROLL
in the organization named above.
for July & Aug, 1862

Enlisted:
When: May 25, 1861
Where: Chulahoma, Marshall, Miss
By Whom: Capt. Thos. J. Hardin
Period: During the war

Last Paid
By Whom: Capt. M. H. Brusch [?], C.Q.A.
To what time: July 1, 186

Present or absent:
Remarks: Died of Pneumonia
July the 6th 1862


Thos. J. Peel
Pt. Co. I, 19 Reg't Mississippi Vols.

Appears on a register of
Chimborazo Hospital, No. 4,
Richmond, Virginia

Disease: Contusion of perinaeum
Admitted: July 4, 1862
Returned to Duty:
Deserted:
Discharged:
Furloughed:
Died:
Remarks: Transf'd to Cartersville for 30 days to report here July 7


T. J. Peel
19 Miss Regt.

Appears on a LIST of casualties in the 6th Brigade, Longstreet's Division, in the engagements before Richmond, Va., June 26 to July 1, 1862.

List Dated: not dated
Remarks: wounded

[Series 1, Vol. 11, part 2, page 781]


Thomas J. Peel
Co. I, 19 Reg't Mississippi Regt

Name appears on a register of Officers and Soldiers of the Army of the Confederate States who were killed in battle or who died of wounds or disease.

Where born:
When deceased: 6 July, 1862
Where and from what cause: Pneumonia
Amount of money left:
Effects:
In whose charge:
When received:
Number of certificate: P 200

[Compiled: Arch, Chap 10, File No. 7, page 200]

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