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On Shiloh's Battle Ground
 A letter by Sallie Murry Falkner written about her visit to the new military park at Shiloh in 1897.

Where Was Colonel Falkner Shot? 
Travel Back in time with Professor Jack D. Elliott, Jr., as he examines 19th century land records to discover the truth about where the Old Colonel was shot. 

History and Memories of Tippah County Communities
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Tippah County is located in the northeast corner of the state. It is bordered by Alcorn,
Benton, Union, and Prentiss Counties in Mississippi and Hardeman County, in Tennessee. Tippah County was established  in February 9, 1836, and it is one of 10 counties created by the Chickasaw Cession.  In 1870, the reconstructionist government divided the county.  Parts that were once Tippah County now belong to Union, Prentiss, Benton, and Alcorn Counties.  If you have information that you think would be beneficial to this page, please send it in.  Let's make Tippah the most useful site on the Internet!


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Graphics for this page created by our Tippah County Angel,
 Dave Wall.

Thomas David Wall, Jr.
February 21, 1944- September 4, 2000
W. Fred Cox
This site is dedicated to W. Fred Cox
Tippah County Confederate Pages Coordinator and dedicated volunteer for Tippah County Genealogy
July 27, 1942- June 11, 2006
Page Updated: March 5, 2015

Melissa McCoy-Bell
Tippah County MSGENWEB Coordinator

MSGENWEB State Coordinator: Jeff Kemp
Assitant State Coordinator:  Denise Wells and Ann Allen Geoghegan
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