God's Acre: The Civil War - Military Records of James Edgar Graves (J.E.) Wagonmaster C.S.A.

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General Marmaduke one of the Confederate Generals that commanded Wagonmaster J.E. Graves

General Sterling Price one of The Confederate Generals who commanded J.E. Graves

Camp Douglas Union POW Camp where J.E. Graves was held.

Gratiot Union Prison, St. Louis MO. J.E. Graves was a Confederate POW (Thanks to the St. Louis Library for photo permission.)

Monument at Wilson's Creek to the Missouri State Guard

Flag of the Missouri State Guard

J.E. Graves Sworn Affidavit about a lost team of horses and mules.

J.E.Graves Prisoner of War Gratiot Union Prison St. Louis MO.

J.E.Graves Interrogation as a Prisoner of War Gratiot Union Prison St. Louis Missouri.

J.E.Graves Prisoner of War Gratiot Union Prison St. Louis MO.

J.E.Graves Intrrogation as a Prisoner of War Gratiot Union Prison St. Louis MO.

J.E.Graves Intrrogation as a Prisoner of War Gratiot Union Prison St. Louis MO.

J.E.Graves Payroll Record

JE Graves as a member of Coffee's Calvary Battalion

Service Record of JE Graves (Wagonmaster) Company B. Missouri State Guard, he served under Generals Marmaduke and Price

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