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CIVIL WAR DATA 

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 INDIVIDUAL SERVICE RECORDS

NEWS OF ENGAGEMENTS DURING WAR AND IN RECONSTRUCTION

 

MUSTER ROLL OF CO D 10TH ALABAMA - (from newspaper)

 

CIVIL WAR REUNIONS - (articles)

1883 PENSIONERS (includes War of 1812 Veterans as well)

 1907 CENSUS OF CIVIL WAR  VETERANS -

1922 CENSUS OF CIVIL WAR PENSIONERS

1925 CONFEDERATE PENSIONERS

1939 CONFEDERATE PENSIONERS

 

DEATHS IN 1st, 2nd, 3rd ALA. HOSPITALS IN RICHMOND, VA 1861 -1862

 

DEATHS IN 1st, 2nd, 3rd ALA. HOSPITALS IN RICHMOND, VA 1862 -1863

 

Effects of Soldiers who Died in 2nd and 3rd AL. Hospitals in Richmond, Va  1862

 

SOUTHERN CLAIMS COMMISSION APPLICANTS - 1871 - 1888

 

 

MASONIC LODGE OF BEXAR Vs. U. S. 1909 - (lodge burnt in Civil War)

 

UNION MEETING AT PIKEVILLE - 1865 -  (pledging allegiance to US)

 

CIVIL WAR VETERAN OBITUARIES

DICKINSON, J. M.

TAYLOR, JONATHAN

CIVIL WAR VETERANS BIOGRAPHIES

BACCUS, WILLIAM B.

 

FROM 1895

SEEKING HIS RELATIVES - We are in receipt of a letter from Richard Gunter Johnson, of Shelbyville, Ky seeking information concerning his relatives. He writes that his parents died during the war when he was only four years of age. Two elder brothers, James and Benjamin were in the Confederate army. He further states that he had thirteen sisters, but can only remember the name of three of them, Rhoda, Elizabeth and Margaret. Nathan Johnston was his father's name. Any information concerning the whereabouts of his family would be gratefully received. Address RICHARD GUNTER JOHNSON, Shelbyville, Ky. (Hamilton News Press, January 17, 1895) 


ADDITIONAL OFFSITE  LINKS

Gerald Swann's Website on the 1st Alabama Calvary

Tod L. Molesworth's website:  O'Neal's 26th Alabama - 
contains old photos and bios of local men in the 26th Ala. 

Joel Mize's Website - Civil War Era maps

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