Brice's Cross Roads, MS
Bethany Cemetery

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2. Steven Hippensteel, Tupelo, MS

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Brice's Cross Roads Home
1. Graves at Brices Crossroads
Brice's Cross Roads Visitors and Interpretive Center
Brice's Cross Roads Edition of the Baldwyn News (Fall 2000)
4. Battle of Brice's Crossroads - Wikipedia
5. Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield Site (NPS)
6. Mississippi Civil War Battle Brices Cross Roads

7. Brice's Crossroads National Battlefield Site | Facebook
8. Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield Site - Shiloh NMP
Photos this page courtesy of Sarah Reveley

(2005Bethany Church marker at Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield Site. Private section of Bethany Cemetery in the background
1. Lee Co., MSGenWeb: Bethany A.R.P. Church
2. Lee County Mississippi Genealogy (MSGenWeb): Bethany
3. Bethany Cemetery (in Lee County, MS)
Sarah Reveley photo

(2005Confederate section of Bethany Cemetery in background. Large monument at left marks the grave of Rev. Samuel A. Agnew, pastor of Bethany Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church during the Battle of Brice's Cross Roads

1. Samuel Andrew Agnew, 1833-1902 Diary of Samuel A. Agnew
2. Rev Samuel Andrew Agnew (1833 - 1902) - Find A Grave
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(2005Enlarge Confederate section

(2005Enlarge Confederate section

October 29, 2011 dedication ceremony. Information on Page3

(2005Enlarge Confederate section  

(2005Enlarge Confederate section. Joseph P. Reveley, 26, was named after his grandfather Joseph by his father, Hugh Reveley, Sr
Joseph enlisted in the Confederate Army on July 1, 1863 at Jackson, Tennessee. His term of enlistment was for three years. Joseph advanced to First Lieutenant in General Nathan Bedford Forrest's command, Company E, Wilson's Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry
Joseph died in battle at Tishomingo Creek on June 10, 1864
His "pistols and effects" were sent home

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