Known Gravesites
7th Mississippi Volunteer
Infantry Regiment

2003 Pvt. John Franklin Roberts memorial service
The photo above is from the May 31, 2003 Memorial Services held for your webmaster's great-grandfather, Pvt. John F. Roberts. Standing left to right W.J. Roberts, Jeff Roberts and Virgil Roberts.

Thanks men, I'm sure the 7th Mississippi was smiling down on y'all!

Andrew Jackson Webb Memorial Service

Mike Webb, Great-Great Nephew of Private Andrew Jackson Webb, seen on right, stands beside the memorial headstone placed for Private Andrew Jackson Webb at the 12/31/2003 Memorial service. Mike is a member of the Moses S. Jackson Camp #1915 where he serves as Camp Chaplin. Virgil Roberts, seen on left, is Commander of Camp #1915. Photo courtesy of Mike Webb. Click on the photo iteself to learn more about Mike Webb.

Augustus F. Davis & Hiram G. Reynolds Memorial service 2003
The photo above is from the Augustus F. Davis & Hiram G. Reynolds Memorial Services conducted in 2003. Thanks to the Franklin County Civil War Project and their Webmaster Ann Allen Geohagen for allowing us the use of the photo.

Honor Guard at the Pvt. Young P. Butler Memorial Service
Honor Guard at the Memorial Service for Private Young Poindexter Butler held November 8, 2003. The services were held 100 years to the day Pvt. Butler's body came home.

Grave of Col. W.H. Bishop with link to bio
The image above is a photo of the gravesite of Col. William Harry Bishop who was killed at the Battle of Franklin. Photo contributed by his descendent Betty Carl. Click the picture to read a timeline and biography of the Colonel.

There is no way of locating the final resting place of every member of the 7th Mississippi Infantry. Yet every gravesite we do find is a victory in our efforts to remember these valiant men.

We encourage all our visitors to please share with us any information you may have as to the final resting place of any soldier from the 7th that you know of. For any errors or omissions we apologize in advance and ask you to point out the changes needed. This is a huge project so please consider contributing.

The persons who are most likely to be able to help with any 7th Mississippi gravesite query are researchers George Purvis and Mitchell Sanders. You can also send them your contributions to this site if you feel it needs to be double checked. Their email address is listed below. To email the webmaster please visit the main page of this site.

NOTICE: We do not make any claims to complete accuracy. While we are striving for perfection this is not an exact science and this page, like all internet sources, should be confirmed with secondary resources.

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MAIN PAGE: 7th Mississippi Infantry

RESEARCH NOTE: Beside the 7th Miss. infantry regiment there are two other 7th Miss. units who have soldiers buried all across this area of Mississippi. The 7th Regiment (Perkins' Battalion) Miss. Militia was the unit raised from the Liberty area of the Natchez district for service during the war of 1812. There was also a 7th Miss. infantry battalion in the service of the Confederacy.

This can present problems in compiling a list of gravesites for the regiment this website is dedicated to. Especially if the only headstone or marker information given is the soldiers name and the words 7th Mississippi.

Please Note: Amite County Confederate Grave Photos has many photos of 7th Mississippi headstones as well as members of many other Confederate units buried in Amite county. The site is well worth your visit. These other good sites are recommended as well.

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