You guys who are looking for Lacy Civil War ancestors need to check out http://www.itd.nps.gov/cwss.soldiers.htm
. This is a great listing that is cross-referenced on Civil War soldiers, both Confederate and Union, and you can key in surnames, regiments, states, etc. I've pulled hundreds of names off this list for both my own family and friends, plus making a listing or verifying listing of soldiers buried in our local cemeteries here in Utica, Hinds County, MS. There are a LOT of Lacys, both CSA and Union, on this National Park Service web page. My great grandmother was a Lacy, and her brothers were CSA soldiers. Her father was too old to serve in the regular army but was in the state militia (Freeman, Adolphus, Simeon, Jasper, others from here in MS). The Lacy family came from VA to GA to MS in my branch. I know there are a lot of Lacys in the mid-west. I wrote a book on the Lacys that went through 3 printings in 1982, based on RevWar, Civil War, Bible, land, cemetery, and personal family recollections of my family members remembered these CSA and War of 1812 soldiers and knew many of them well. My book has been plagerized all over the country by Lacys doing genealogy work over the past 20 years. That's okay, except that the original source material has been lost to many, and they don't know how to find the original documentation, some of which has been stashed here in my family safe for many years on my branch of the family.
Mary Collins Landinlandinmc@aol.com