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Hi, Alan!
Thank you for reply back so quickly. Yes, Thomas H. Rosser was with MO Regiment, but by one letter that stated he was a "refugee" like another officer, etc. He arrived in MO 1856 with a group of Virginians to settle in Kansas and also active in Missouri-Kansas Border Wars. Then he left for TN for service duty, etc.
Thomas H. Rosser, a druggist, 1818-22 May 1897, was married to Maria Louise Archer about 1840. Their children were: Elizabeth P. [married to John W. Fisher, 2nd Lt, Co C, 10th MO Vol Cav, then Corporal, Jackson's MO Light Artillery Battery]; Henry; Thomas; Joseph; Laura; William; Walter and George.
During the same time... there were 7 Thomas' in VA. Thomas Lafayette Rosser might be Thomas H's nephew.
As I mentioned before, I do have the military records of Thomas H. My requester, Arnold, wants an obituary of Thomas H. and perhaps his wife and dau Elizabeth P. Rosser Fisher Reese. I had tried through several different links to get the obit, but... dead ends.
Take care, Kari

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