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NUNNERYS IN THE CIVIL WAR (all sons of John H. Nunnery and Elizabeth Holloway of Amite Co, MS) From "Nunnery," by Hollis F. Nunnery.
Henry Nunnery - in Co. C, 7th Mississippi Regt.
Joseph Nunnery - in Co. K, 33rd Miss. Regt. Joseph died at Port Gibson, Miss.; buried in New Zion (Nunnery) Cemetery.
John Nunnery - in Co. C. 7th Mississippi Regt.
Reuben Nunnery - in Co. C. 7th Miss. regt. He was wounded in the Battle of Stones River, Murfreesboro, TN.
David Nunnery - Co. C , 7th Miss. Regt.
William J. Nunnery - Co. C, 7th Miss. Regt. Promoted to Lieutenant for bravery. Made color bearer of the 7th Miss. Regt. He was killed in the Battle of Atlanta, July 22, 1864.
Samuel Nunnery - Co. C. 7th Miss Regt. He was wounded at Jonesboro, TN.
George Nunnery - served in Co. E., Amite County, Drumonteels. George was a prisoner of war for 18 months in Rock Island Prison, Rock Island, Illinois. When the war was over and he was released, he walked from there all the way home.
Joseph Nunnery and Lt. William J. Nunnery are listed on the Confederate Monument in Liberty, Mississippi, as having made the supreme sacrifice for their country.
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