Macon (Miss.)

Located in Noxubee County, Macon was founded on August 10, 1835, and serves as the county seat. (Wiki; DR-MS, 158)

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Correspondence between Q. F. Scott, O. H. Crandall, Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames, and George T. Brown; 1869
Letter from George F. Brown to Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames; May 15, 1869
Letter from William Atwood to O. H. Crandall; May 15, 1869
Letter from Judge George F. Brown to Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames; June 29, 1869
Incomplete telegram to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 12, 1864
Telegram from A. F. Quinn to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; April 1, 1864
Telegram from Assistant Adjutant General Thomas M. Jack to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 13, 1864
Telegram from Assistant Quartermaster Henry Williamson to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; January 28, 1864
Telegram from Beverly Mathews to Colonel W. H. McCardle; February 27, 1864
Telegram from Blanton Duncan to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; January 25, 1864
Telegram from Burton N. Harrison to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; April 10, 1864
Telegram from Captain F. M. Little to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; April 2, 1864
Telegram from Captain J. W. Pierce to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; July 13, 1864
Telegram from Captain Thomas C. Ashcraft to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 11, 1864
Telegram from Captain W. K. Easterling to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; July 12, 1864
Telegram from Captain William Hunt to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; January 25, 1864
Telegram from Chief Engineer S. J. Fleming to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; March 2, 1864
Telegram from Chief of Ordnance J. D. Stewart to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 9, 1864
Telegram from Colonel A. M. West to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 18, 1864
Telegram from Colonel John McGuirk to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; April 20, 1864
Telegram from E. A. Peyton to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; April 13, 1864
Telegram from E. A. Peyton to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; April 16, 1864
Telegram from E. A. Peyton to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; April 8, 1864
Telegram from E. S. Fairchild to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; April 13, 1864
Telegram from F. L. Brown to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; February 7, 1864