Copiah County (Miss.)

Located in southwestern Mississippi, Copiah County was established January 21, 1823. (MSE)

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Letter from R. P. Williams to Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames; July 13, 1868
Certification from H. Hanlin; October 1, 1868
Letter from Sheriff James M. Clay to Colonel Handy Hutson; December 14, 1868
Letter from W. N. Hanley to Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames; December 11, 1868
Letter from Samuel Readus to Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames; June 21, 1869
Deposition from G. B. Kienbell; November 30, 1869
Deposition from G. G. Anderson; November 30, 1869
Deposition from R. K. Byrn; November 30, 1869
Letter from Sheriff J. P. Matthews to Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames; January 10, 1870
List; January 1, 1870
Telegram from Sheriff W. M. Healy to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; May 3, 1864
Telegram from Colonel J. H. Wingfield to Colonel W. H. McCardle; September 8, 1864
Telegram and list from General James R. Chalmers to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; September 25, 1864
Letter from Benjamin King to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; March 23, 1860
Letter from William R. Brandriff to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; June 22, 1860
Newspaper clipping; Undated
Letter from William R. Temple to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; 1861
Letter from G. S. McMillan to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; October 16, 1860
Report from the Mississippi Lunatic Asylum to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; November 1, 1860
Letter from John E. McNair to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; January 15, 1861
Letter from D. J. Brown to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; April 3, 1861
Letter from Isaac L. Smith to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; April 4, 1861
Letter from P. W. Harper to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; April 4, 1861
Letter from Benjamin King to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; April 30, 1861
Letter from Octavius T. Gibbs to Robert C. Wood Jr.; May 10, 1861