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Families of Confederate soldiers of Jackson County, Arkansas, Author: James Logan Morgan. Families of Confederate Soldiers of Jackson County, Arkansas, By James Logan Morgan, ISBN36 pages, $ During the War, state aid was provided to needy families of soldiers, and the resulting records show soldiers' names, units, status, county from which enrolled, and names and ages of wives and children.
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During the American Civil War, Arkansas was a Confederate state, though it had initially voted to remain in the ing the capture of Fort Sumter in AprilAbraham Lincoln called for troops from Families of Confederate soldiers of Jackson County Union state to put down the rebellion, and Arkansas and several other states seceded.
For the rest of the war, Arkansas played a major role in controlling the Mississippi River, a Capital: – Little Rock, – Washington. FAMILIES OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS OF JACKSON COUNTY, ARKANSAS By James Logan Morgan.
36pp, #AR/ $ List soldiers name, rank, units, status, county where enrolled, and names of family members when state aid was provided to during the War.
JEFFERSON COUNTY, ARKANSAS CENSUS OF Sevier County. Confederate Soldiers. If you have a Confederate soldier from Sevier County, please send me the name of the soldier, rank, regiment, company, date of enlistment & date of discharge.
You may also include if he died while in the war or was imprisoned. Send your email to [email protected] PLEASE put Sevier County in your. Confederate soldiers were in general a rag-tag clothed Army. This dearth of proper uniforms often caused boots, belts, jackets or whatever was needed, to be “confiscated” at the same time as the Union rifle.
Casualties of the Confederate Army members were about. Families of Confederate soldiers of Jackson County, Arkansas, Morgan, James Logan: Families of Confederate soldiers of Lawrence County, Arkansas, Morgan, James Logan: Families of Confederate soldiers of Prairie County, Arkansas, Morgan, James Logan: Fayetteville Arkansas in the Civil War: Civil War: Russell L.
Mahan. Civil War-era artifacts including letters, maps, diaries, weapons, flags, uniforms and photographs.
#N#Harrison Gleim Civil War Papers, Papers of Harrison Gleim, who served in the Civil War as Lieutenant and quartermaster in the Missouri Light Artillery, and later as Major and aide-de-camp in the 2nd Missouri Cavalry. Includes. The Confederate States of America (CSA or C.S.), commonly referred to as the Confederacy, was an unrecognized republic in North America that existed from to The Confederacy was originally formed by seven secessionist slave-holding states—South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and Texas—in the Lower South region of the United States, whose economy was Capital: Montgomery, Alabama (until ).
Account book kept by Mary M. Cable, August May Written in Pecatonica, Winnebago County, Illinois. Account book kept by Mary M. Cable of money sent to her by her fiancé Frank W. Fuller who was fighting in the Civil War. Includes information on amounts and deposits.
FF Box Three Confederate Soldiers from Kanawha County, West Virginia; The Hudnalls - Why and How They Served and the Men Who Led Them.
New Canton, VA: Kelly's Creek Publishers, H Humphreys, Milton W. Military Operations - Fayette County, West Virginia. Fayetteville, WV: Charles Goddard, Correspondence, Civil War papers, and miscellaneous papers. County collector book of Cedar County. Cook, Warren, Collection,(R) 5 folders These are photocopies of papers of the Smith, Havins, Roseberry, and Cook families of southwestern Missouri, Arkansas, and Texas.
Roster of Confederate soldiers in the war between the states furnished by Lincoln County, North Carolina, By the United Confederate Veterans – () - 82 pages Roster of members of the Signal corps, U. A.,comprising all whose addresses are known, arranged alphabetically and by states and cities and towns by US.
Baker, Russell P. "Sevier County, “Needy and Destitute” Families of Confederate Soldiers,Part II." Arkansas Family Histor 4 (December ).
"CHICOT COUNTY, ARKANSAS, HOME GUARD CIVIL WAR UNITS, ", Arkansas Family Histor 3 (September, ). Collection Spotlight: Andrew Gatewood Papers.
Letters written by Gatewood to his parents and other family members, Early letters describe life at the Virginia Military Institute (hazing, daily routine, excitement about secession, cadets as drillmasters) and in Lexington, Virginia, just prior to and during early months of the Civil War. Indiana Vol., reflecting the experiences of a Pulaski County, Indiana soldier.
- Lompoc, Calif.: Mrs. R.Q. McKinney, . - 27 leaves. EB BERRY BENSON, Berry Benson's Civil vVar book: memoirs of a Confederate scout and sharp shooter / edited by Susan W'illiams Benson.
- Athens: University of Georgia. There Never Were Such Men Before: The Civil War Soldiers and Veterans of Polk County, Texas, (Co. B, 1st Texas and Co.
H, 5th Texas) Stevens, John. Reminiscences of the Civil War by Judge Jno W. Stevens, A Soldier in Hood's Texas Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia (5th Texas). The Confederate States of America (CSA), also known as the Confederacy, was a government set up from to by a number of Southern slave states that had declared their secession from the United Confederacy recognized as members eleven states that had formally declared secession, two additional states with less formal declarations, and one new territory.
Served ‑ in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. (Age 33) Enlisted as a Private in Company I, of the Toombs Guard, Georgia Volunteer Infantry, CSA.
He was appointed First Sergeant, then on 6 Mayas a 1st Corporal in Company C, 11th Battalion, Bulloch County Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Army of Tennessee, CSA. RICHLAND FAMILY HISTORY CENTER BOOKS. BOOK ARRANGEMENT AT THE RICHLAND FHC. UPSTAIRS!. Alabama. 02!Alaska. Arizona. Madison County, Alabama - Census of Confederate Soldiers.
Gregath Publishing. Company. A History of the Sixteenth Arkansas Confederate Infantry:. Miller, M. Arkansas Research. Diary of a Union Soldier - 24 July - 9 April Diary, 24 July - 9 April Diary written by Union soldier who recorded entries on an almost daily basis beginning with his enlistment; includes descriptions of Annapolis, Md., where he wrote that he had some talk with a real live slave, followed by Fort Monroe, Va., and various locations in South Carolina.
Aug 2, - Explore bobby's board "Texas Confederates" on Pinterest. See more ideas about American civil war, Civil war photos and Confederate states of america pins. Madison County, Alabama - Census of Confederate Soldiers. Gregath Publishing Company, Bk Marion County, Arkansas Families Every-name index.
Historic Genealogical A History of the Sixteenth Arkansas Confederate Infantry: Cyrus F. Boyd (15th and 34th Iowa) - THE CIVIL WAR DIARY OF CYRUS F. BOYD, FIFTEENTH IOWA INFANTRY, - LSU Press - Edited by Mildred Throne - New Introduction by Earl J.
Hess - Revealing and realistic views of soldier life. A native of Warren County, Iowa, Boyd served a year and a half as an orderly sergeant with the 15th Iowa Infantry. The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS) is a database containing information about the men who served in the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War.
Other information on the site includes histories of Union and Confederate regiments, links to descriptions of significant battles, and selected lists of prisoner-of-war records. United States Civil War Records. Leave a Comment / Military. The American Civil War (—), also known as the War Between the States (among other names), was a civil war in the United States of America.
Union and Confederate Soldiers and Sympathizers of Barbour County, West Virginia The Complete Civil War Road Trip Guide – The. Confederate General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson (–) Contributed by William Garrett Piston.
Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson was a West Point graduate, veteran of the Mexican War (–), instructor at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, and Confederate general under Robert E. Lee during the American Civil War (–). The Confederate Pension Rolls (also called Confederate pension records) are a series of records listing the names of ex-Confederate soldiers and widows who received pensions from the state of Georgia.
Soldiers are listed by name with company, unit, type of disability, years of support, amount of support, and in some cases the year of death. "Emily Steele's Letters Tell of Pillage and Northeast Jackson County Tragedies." Jackson County Historical Society Journal 22 (Fall ):Epstein, Max.
"Battle of Belmont: Grant Takes Command." America's Civil War 10 (July ):Illus. Battle fought 7 November From the guide to the Confederate States of America, Army, Military Commission Collection, S 1.,(Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University) Ft.
Pulaski (Ga.) was held by the Confederate Army until its surrender on Ap by Col. Charles H. Olmstead commander of the 1st Georgia Infantry Regiment. Apr 6, - Explore jwalters's board "Civil War Soldiers of North Carolina" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Civil war photos, War and American civil war pins.
William M. Allen (b. or ) was a farmer of Holmesville, Pike County, Mississippi. His sister, Letty, and her husband, John Houston, owned a farm in Minden, Webster Parish, Louisiana. Both William and his brother, Felix, were Confederate soldiers in the Mississippi Volunteers.
This collection consists of twenty-two items. The Confederate series consists of both contemporary and non-contemporary materials relating to the American Civil War. The contemporary materials consist primarily of soldiers' letters; letters and papers of Confederate leaders, both civilian and military; documents including autographs, audits, instructions, orders, reports, manifests, petitions, passes, rosters and muster rolls, commissions.
Ordered known as 5th Confederate, February Composed of 4 Alabama, 4 Arkansas, 1 Florida and 1 Ken tucky companies. Cos. A, B, I, K went into the 54th Alabama Infantry). Confederate soldiers fought to protect southern society, and slavery as an integral part of it.
"The power of the federal government to affect the institution of slavery, specifically limiting it in newly added territories.", was the primary political debate in Southern states.
Scope and Content Note. The subseries consists of materials created during the American Civil War from These include soldiers' letters; letters and papers of Confederate leaders, both civilian and military; documents including autographs, audits, instructions, orders, reports, manifests, petitions, passes, rosters, commissions, announcements, accounts, vouchers; and papers written.
Confederate Soldiers statue subscribers. Subscription list, no date. Accession 2 pages Subscription list, undated, of members supporting a statue to the Confederate soldiers, at Luray, Virginia, to be built by Herbert Barbee ().
The list contains more than subscribers' names, state of origin, and amount subscribed. Ledger book, Hampshire County, ca. Ms Ledger, possibly related to Hollenbeck family, Hampshire County. No military information but does have some entries for, and Lee, Robert Edward.
Letter. February 1. Bk If I Should Live - a List of the 16 th AR Confed. InfantryMiller. Bk AR Census of Confed. Vets, V1- Surnames A-D; V 3- Surnames M-Z. Bk AR Confed.
Pension Appl. from Carroll, Baxter, Boone, Madison, Newton & Searcy.Abstract A miscellany of materials related to the Bogy and Smith families.
The former were French immigrants of the early nineteenth century who appear to have settled, variously, in the Vine and Olive Colony of Alabama (Demopolis), around Arkansas Post, and around New Madrid, Missouri, while the latter were the families of Steven and Mary Jane Pitt Smith of Green and Choctaw Counties, Alabama.H63 Hite Papers, 4 items.
Letters,of Ambrose M. Hite, a soldier in the Confederate Army (33rd Virginia Infantry Regiment) to his sister, Susan R. Hite, in Page County, Va. Includes description of camp life and an account of the battle of Gettysburg and the retreat that followed.