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Debra Graden. Missouri Confederate Volunteers [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.

About Missouri Confederate Volunteers

A border state during the American Civil War, many residents of Missouri were sympathetic to the Confederate cause. At least eight thousand men from the state volunteered to fight for the Confederate States of America. Taken from the History of the First and Second Missouri Confederate Brigades, 1861-1865 published in 1879, this database lists over 1600 men who volunteered to fight in the 1st and 2nd Missouri Confederate Brigades. Researchers will find the name and rank of the volunteer along with information regarding residence and occupation. For those seeking male Missourian ancestors from the mid-1800's, this can be a useful source of information.

Ancestry.com regrets to inform you that Debra Graden passed away unexpectedly. Photocopies of the original data will no longer be available upon request. We are grateful to Debra for the long hours she contributed to making her databases such useful resources to so many people.

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