Thanks both George's
There also appears to be a E. G. Keesee with the 14th Regiment Mississippi Infantry and he joined for duty in 1861 but only has one page of records and is not a ghost page in my opinion.
The record for the 30th Mississippi appears to what I refer to as a ghost page. A ghost page is a mistake that was made and often referenced with the correct unit in this case the 20th Mississippi. The mistake was made on page six of his records see below.
Federal POW Records stated Private (Spelled as) E. G. Keesee of Company B of the “30th” Regiment Mississippi Infantry appeared on a roll of prisoners of war on hand at Camp Chase, Ohio who desire taking the oath of allegiance June 10, 1864 and noted as captured in Scott County, Mississippi on February 9, 1864.
And the same is true about the 1st Mississippi and is also a ghost page. Page 7 of his records see below.
Federal POW Records stated Private (Spelled as) E. G. Keesy of Company B of the 1st (But corrected at top of page to 20th Regiment Mississippi Infantry) appeared on a descriptive roll of prisoners of war received on March 25, 1864 at Camp Chase, Ohio and had been sent from Cairo, Illinois by order of Brigadier General H. T. Reid and noted as captured in Scott County, Mississippi on February 9, 1864.