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Marriage: Children:
  1. Parneety Frances McCuistion: Birth: 25 APR 1851 in Ray County, Missouri. Death: in Ray County, Missouri

  2. James Willis McCuistion: Birth: 20 JUN 1853 in Ray County, Missouri.

  3. Mary Isabella McCuistion: Birth: 24 FEB 1855 in Ray County, Missouri.

  4. Martha Jane McCuistion: Birth: 17 AUG 1857 in Ray County, Missouri. Death: 5 SEP 1857 in Ray County, Missouri

  5. Nancy Rebecca McCuistion: Birth: 4 AUG 1858 in Ray County, Missouri.

  6. John Gwinn McCuistion: Birth: 16 DEC 1860 in Ray County, Missouri.

  7. Martha Jane McCuistion: Birth: 27 AUG 1866 in Ray County, Missouri.

  8. Charles Henry McCuistion: Birth: 27 AUG 1868 in Ray County, Missouri. Death: 13 OCT 1950 in Fowler, Otero County, Colorado

  9. Monte Verena McCuistion: Birth: 17 JAN 1871 in Ray County, Missouri.


Sources
1. Title:   Marriage Records 1820-1850

Notes
a. Note:   Missouri Infantry; Commanded Companies C & F, after fall of Vicksburg;wounded once by gunshot; captured at Battle of Blakely, 9 April 1865and remained prisoner until the close of the war.
  Specifics of Military Service:
  Enlisted 20 December 1861, St. Clair County, Missouri
 Elected 6 January 1862 to 1st Lieutenant
 Elected 8 May 1862 to 2nd Lieutenant, muster roll shows Sr 2ndLt, Co.C, 3 Reg't Missouri Infantry
 Elected 6 November 1862 to Captain, muster roll shows Capt, co. C, 3Reg't Missouri Infantry
 Roster of Officers of Cockrell's Brigade for Novenber 1863
 Register of Way Hospital, Meridian, Mississippi with complaint ofwound, admitted 10 February 1865. Wound was received in right arm byminnie, severly.
 Captured at Blakely, Alabama on 9 November 1865
 Roll of Prisoners of War received at Ship Island, Mississippi, 16April 1865
 Roll of Prisoners of War transferred from Ship Island, Mississippi toVicksburg, Mississippi, 28 April 1865
 Prisoners of War at New Orleans, Louisiana, confined 30 April 1865,after transfer from Ship Island, exchanged 1 May 1865
 Roll of Prisoners of War, paroled at Jackson, Mississippi, 19 May1865.
  John's land was valued at 500.
  Taught school for eleven years, receiving $15 a month, then raised to$60; until Civil War.
  John was taken to Ray County, Missouri by his parents.
Note:   Served in Confederate Army for Four years; Captain, Company C, 3rd


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