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Historical Markers in Coffeeville, Mississippi
Water Valley and Coffeeville are both the county seat for Yalobusha County
Coffeeville is in Yalobusha County Yalobusha County (10) ► ADJACENT TO YALOBUSHA COUNTY Calhoun County (4) ► Grenada County (19) ► Lafayette County (63) ► Panola County (16) ► Tallahatchie County (16) ►
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In November 1862, Lt. Gen. John C.
Pemberton's army withdrew from a
defensive line at Abbeville to Grenada.
On December 5, Generals Lloyd
Tilghman and Mansfield Lovell set an
ambush for Federal forces in pursuit of
the retreating Confederates. . . . — — Map (db m173909) HM
First served as Indian trading post. Established, 1834, as Yalobusha County
seat. Received name from Gen. John Coffee, who directed Indian removal
from this area. — — Map (db m173910) HM
Dec. 10, 2023