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Re: Non Soldier gets CSA headstone

In the Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Miscellaneous file, three cards are found for R. P. Rogers.

#1 Rogers, R. P. Operator [Confederate.)
Reference Card
See Manuscript No. 4076 Page _____
Feb. 1864 Mobile, Ala.

#2 Hand written note:
Mentioned on Hds. Call [sic] for R. P. Rogers
Worked in Gov. shoe shop -
Bay Springs, Miss. 8/17/36 HLE[sp?]

#3
R. P. Rogers Conscript Resident Smith Co. Miss.
Appears on a Roll of Prisoners of War
of __________, Confederate States Army, commanded by
__________, surrendered at Citronelle, Alabama, by Lieut.
Gen. R. Taylor, C. S. A., to Maj. Gen. E. R. S. Canby, U. S. A.,
May , 1865, and paroled at ___________, May _____, 1865.
Roll dated Jackson, Miss., May 20, 1865.

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In an other Miscellaneous file we find him with one card:

#1 Rogers, Robert P., Operator (Confederate.)
Reference Card
See Manuscript No. 5286 page ________
Mobile, Ala. Mar. 1864

Note, these two records belong to the same Rogers, but filed under different arrangement of name.

Unfiled Papers and Slips Belonging in Confederate Compiled Service Records

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