3 edition of Well known Confederate veterans and their war records found in the catalog.
Well known Confederate veterans and their war records
William English Mickle
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 88/5298 (E)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||74, xxxix p.|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||88953593|
In addition, the former Confederate states awarded pensions to veterans and their widows. All of these records contain a wealth of information that can be used to document military service. The SCV has a network of genealogists to assist you in tracing your ancestor's Confederate service. Jul 04, · Tragically, some large number of CSA soldiers had previously served in the US military. These people were explicitly and undoubtedly traitors. They abandoned their oaths to shatter the union over the highly questionable practice of their right to.
The records of the Indiana Legion, the state militia or “Home Guard” during the Civil War, include muster rolls and correspondence for units in most counties. They contain many details about the effects of the war on the home front, as well as the significant role played by the Legion. Draft Records. May 24, · Whether he died in the war or after, was Union or Confederate, these sources will help you track down Civil War burials. not the date of death.) The Federal government began providing headstones for Confederate veterans beginning in , so if you're looking for a Confederate, you'll need that second set of records. Be sure to check.
Nov 03, · The Civil War is often referred to as the American Iliad. As shown in historian Brian Jordan's first book, "Marching Home: Union Veterans and their Unending Civil War" (), the story of Union veterans after the war deserves to be known as the American Odyssey.4/5. Nov 27, · Martin Van Buren Bates came from a well-known family in Letcher County. According to historical records, he was born in , and by the age of 13, would weigh pounds. Bates would continue to grow until he was 28 years old, measuring an astounding 7 Author: Dustin Damon.
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Source: Well Known Confederate Veterans and Their War Records, Wm. Mickle, New Orleans, La., ; transcribed by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team. WELL KNOWN CONFEDERATE VETERANS AND THEIR WAR RECORDS. Leading U. John B. Gordon, First Commander in Chief Clement A.
Evans, First Adjutant General and Chief of Staff. Feb 26, · Well Known Confederate Veterans And Their War Records: Arranged Alphabetically [Wm. English Mickle] on home-and-stone-investments.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Published inthis is a collection of various well known Confederate veterans, along with brief biographical sketches including the units they served home-and-stone-investments.coms: 2.
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The big draw back is the quality of the reproduction/5(2). Get this from a library. Well known Confederate veterans and their war records. [William English Mickle; United Confederate Veterans.]. Cleburne, along with four other Confederate generals, were killed at the Battle of Franklin. Well Known Confederate Veterans and Their War Records Clement A.
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Skip to page content; Skip to text only view of this item About this Book Catalog Record Details. Well known Confederate veterans and their war. The Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies in the War of the Rebellion, commonly known as the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies or Official Records (OR or ORs), is the most extensive collection of American Civil War land warfare records available to the general public.
It includes selected first-hand accounts, orders, reports, maps, diagrams, and correspondence. Confederate Civil War Generals Confederate Pensioners of Kentucky *BOOK Confederate POWs (KY Units) Who Died at Rock Island, IL Confederate Roster of Men Serving From Henry County Confederate Regimental History Links Confederate Veterans and Widow Pension Applications ~ Anderson & Mercer Co area Confederate Veterans and Widow Pension.
This generational shift spurred veterans to try to make sure that their version of the war would be accepted as truth by younger people. Twelve Confederate veterans were known to be living inat the time of the UCV reunion.
United Confederate Veterans Association Records. Jan 05, · Now I will be posting on soldiers' homes. These were originally established to assist veterans whose wounds had rendered them unable to care for themselves. As the mass of veterans aged, they became retirement homes for old soldiers.
Please continue to post whatever you wish to help us research the lives of Confederate veterans. United Confederate Veterans: Well known Confederate veterans and their war records. (New Orleans: W.E. Mickle, ), also by William English Mickle (page images at HathiTrust) United Confederate Veterans: Well known Confederate veterans and their war records, arranged alphabetically.
TEXAS CONFEDERATE home-and-stone-investments.com Texas Confederate Home began as a project of the John B. Hood Camp of United Confederate Veterans, which obtained a charter from the state on November 28, The camp's main purpose was to establish a home for disabled and indigent Confederate veterans.
Officially titled, The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, the Official Records are compiled in volumes, plus a General Index and accompanying Atlas. Editor Robert N.
Scott divided the OR into four major topical areas. The records are comprised of correspondence, research files, books, and printed material from a project to compile information on the Confederate veterans of the Civil War who are buried in Texas cemeteries.
Sources include individuals, institutions, and organizations. The project includes an alphabetical ledger, files of contributor correspondence, and information filed by county name. Jun 15, · Confederate Paymaster Charles Jarrett.
Posted on June 15, by ECW Guest Post. Compiled Military Records Confederate Kentucky, roll 7. Ibid. Ibid. William English Mickle, Well Known Confederate Veterans and Their War Records (New Orleans: Mickle, ), xix. Well Known Confederate Veterans and Their War Records.
Complete Civil War submarine unveiled for first time. 12 January There was a book written on the early stages of the submarine's recovery and excavation that I read as a kid; Secret Submarines, I believe it was called, I do not recall the author's name.
Lee was best known for. He is the author of, Well Known Confederate Veterans and Their War Records, Arranged Alphabetically (, and ), a significant work vital to the study of Confederate soldiers. He died on February 18, at his home 1/2 Church Street, Mobile, Alabama.
Funeral services were held at the Government Street Presbyterian Church. Maudie Hopkins died on August 17,in a nursing home in Lexa, Arkansas, aged See also. Alberta Martin, one of the last known Confederate war widows and the last widow whose marriage to a Confederate soldier produced offspring.
She died May 31, Gertrude Janeway, last known widow of a Union veteran of the Civil War. She died Born: Maudie Cecilia Acklin, December 7. Jan 11, · Considering the phrasing of the answer, and glancing at some of the responses, I am going to avoid getting into the debated causation of the war (which was, indeed, slavery, but that’s for another post), and focus on the “how much did the average.Black Confederate Soldiers African American Civil War Army Picture, Black Confederates Facts Serving in Army, Did African Americans serve in Confederate Army, Photo Black Civil War Soldiers Union subject as well and based upon both Union and Confederate documents included in the Official War Records, it is his opinion that “Since it was.The origins of the black Confederate myth can be found in the war itself.
African Americans played critical roles in the war effort between andbut it was not on the battlefield as home-and-stone-investments.com Confederate government used African Americans for a wide range of activities to help offset their significant disadvantages with manpower and war materiel.