James T. Jones

First Name: James
Middle Name(s): T.
Last Name: Jones
Co. F, 12th Mississippi Infantry
Residence (County): 
Panola County, MS

James T. Jones (b. ca. 1839) was from Panola County, Mississippi. On April 20, 1861, he mustered into service as a corporal in the “Sardis Blues” (Co. F, 12th Mississippi Infantry). Clanton mustered into service on May 8, 1861 and soon was promoted to sergeant. He was wounded during the Seven Days Battles around Richmond and was wounded again at Weldon Railroad on August 21, 1864. He died of his wounds in a Richmond hospital on November 20.

Authored Letters

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ID Letter Date Author Recipient From To
14753 JamesJones1 December 10, 1861 James T. Jones Sister of James T. Jones Manassas, VA Panola County, MS
14757 JamesJones3 August 18, 1862 James T. Jones Martin Jones Orange Court House, VA Panola County, MS

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