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J. Trooper Armstrong family papers
MSS.435


Summary Information

Repository
Mississippi State University Libraries
Title
J. Trooper Armstrong family papers
ID
MSS.435
Date [inclusive]
1851-1864
Extent
0.014 Cubic feet : 1 microfilm reel
Language
English

Preferred Citation

J. Trooper Armstrong family papers, Special Collections Department, Mississippi State University Libraries.

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Scope and Contents

Family letters of J. Trooper Armstrong and his wife, Ladie, from Nashville, Tennessee, Arkansas and Jackson, Mississippi, including Civil War letters (1861, 1864). J. Trooper Armstrong served in the Confederate Army, 9th Arkansas Regiment.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Mississippi State University Libraries 

P.O. Box 5408
Mississippi State, MS, 39762
662-325-7679
sp_coll@library.msstate.edu

Publication date: June 2012

Access Restrictions

Open to all researchers.

Use Restrictions

Any requests for permission to publish, quote, or reproduce materials from this collection must be submitted in writing to the Manuscripts Librarian for Special Collections. Permission for publication is given on behalf of Mississippi State University as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained.

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Calendar

November 8, 1857. J.T. Armstrong, Pine Bluff, to “My own dearest wife”, Mrs. Matilda Armstrong c/o James Wood, Nashville, Tenn.

December 13, 1853. James Wood to “My dear lady”.

December 4, 1854. A.P. Green to “My dear sister”, Mrs. J.T. Armstrong, Wartrace Depot, Bedford Co., Tenn.

September 9, 1861. Ladie Armstrong to “My dear husband”.

June 14, 1864. J.T. Armstrong, Hd. Qtrs. Med. Sub. Dist. Ark., Monticello, to “My dear Wife”. Self-envelope is addressed to Co. Jno. R. Eakin, Washington, Ark.

September 19, 1861. Ladie Armstrong to “My dear husband”.

September 13, 1864. J.T. Armstrong, Hd Qrs, Batesville, to “My own dear wife”.

October 21, 1861. Ladie Armstrong, “Home”, to “My own darling husband” [J.T. Armstrong].

November 7, 1864. “Affectionate Aunt”, Jackson, to “My dear Matilda”, Miss Matilda P. Greene, c/o Mrs. Temple, Nashville, Tenn.

October 22, 1851. J. Trooper Armstrong to “My own dearest Ladie”, Mrs. Matilda P. Armstrong, Nashville, Tenn.

October 28, 1851. Envelope. Mrs. Matilda P. Armstrong, Nashville, Tenn., c/o James Woods, Esq., Pine Bluff, Ark.

n.d. Poem, “The Marquis of Montrose to his Sweetheart.”

January 21, 1841 E. Armstrong, brief note.

n.d. Envelope. Capt. J. Trooper Armstrong of the 9th Arkansas Regiment, Memphis, Tennessee. “Polite attention of Dr. Jay.” Confederate Flag symbol.

n.d. Envelope. Capt. J. Trooper Armstrong, 9th Arkansas Regiment. Confederate Flag symbol.

April 13, 1862. P.O. Wood, to “My dear lady”, Mrs. J. Trooper Armstrong, Wartrace Depot, Tenn.

n.d. Envelope. Mrs. J. Trooper Armstrong, White Bluff, Ark.

September 13, 1853. Frances M. Trapnall, “your sincere friend” to Cousin James.

n.d. Obituary of Joseph Wood.

n.d. Clipping, list of names.

November 25, 1903. Marriage license, Mr. Morris T. Harvey and Mrs. Bertha D. Green, Hinds County, Miss.

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