4,274 Confederate Comrades - One Grave: The Roster
The pages herein represent a monumental labor put forth by our brother, James E Pless, and through them we now have the knowledge of events of the final months of our great-grand father, James Monroe Pless. All of his descendants now living will now know the fate of this humble and courageous fore-father. Ultimately the investigation of the POW camp in Chicago and the battle field at Chickamauga led to our brother James planning a memorial service in Dadeville, Alabama. The service for James Monroe Pless at last united his spirit with the body of his beloved wife, Lucinda Jane Boone Pless after more than a century had passed. This beautiful and moving ceremony will live forever in the memories of those who attended. We are profoundly indebted to our brother James for his unwavering commitment on our behalf.
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