Carte-de-visite of Kinloch Falconer of Holly Springs, Mississippi. He was the Assistant Adjutant of the Army of Tennessee, CSA, rank of major. Falconer died of yellow fever in September 1878 in Holly Springs, Mississippi.
Carte-de-visite of Dr. Charles Bonner, father of Kate Sherwood Bonner of Holly Springs, Mississippi. He operated a field hospital, caring for the wounded from the Battle of Shiloh and other battles in Mississippi. Dr. Bonner died in September...
Confederate States of America (CSA) bond with interest coupons to be clipped every six months. The item was signed by N. Palmer, the Register of the Treasury. The $100 bond would mature July 1, 1878, at 8% interest.
Tintype of Annie Elizabeth Wiggins, first wife of Confederate Sgt. Thomas Jefferson Warr. She married Warr on November 24, 1865, in Fayette County, Tenn. They had seven children, with five living to adulthood. She died April 3, 1878.