William B. Honnoll

First Name: William
Middle Name(s): B.
Last Name: Honnoll
Co. D, 24th Mississippi Infantry
Residence (County): 
Monroe County, MS

William B. Honnoll (b. ca. 1822) was the son of Sarah Jane (b. ca. 1802) and Robert Honnell (b. ca. 1798). He, along with his brother Hugh L. (b. ca. 1826), served as sergeants in the “Caledonia Rifles,” Co. D, 24th Mississippi Infantry. William was captured during Bragg’s Kentucky campaign in the Fall of 1862, exchanged in January 1863, and died of wounds in a Macon, Georgia hospital on September 14, 1864. The Honnoll family lived in Monroe County, Mississippi.

Authored Letters

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ID Letter Date Author Recipient From To
15267 Honnoll18 June 12, 1862 William B. Honnoll Mariam Honnoll Tupelo, MS Monroe County, MS
15272 Honnoll20 June 22, 1862 William B. Honnoll Sisters of William B. Honnoll Tupelo, MS Monroe County, MS
15295 Honnoll30 May 5, 1863 William B. Honnoll Robert Honnoll , Sarah Jane Honnoll TN Monroe County, MS

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