2 edition of Confederate veterans of Abbeville County from the enrollment books taken about 1902 found in the catalog.
Confederate veterans of Abbeville County from the enrollment books taken about 1902
Virginia M. Ingram
|Statement||transcribed and indexed by Virginia M. Ingram.|
|LC Classifications||F277.A2 I54 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 97 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||97|
|LC Control Number||00502499|
This souvenir book of the United Confederate Veterans Program was prepared for the veterans who attended the 11th Reunion in Memphis. It was the largest Reunion ever held. The city was decorated with o Confederate flags and of the Civil War survivors marched in the grand parade led by their generals. Confederate Veterans of Abbeville County [S.C.] from the Enrollment Books Taken About All Civil War veterans of Abbeville County are listed first by township & then Alphabetically by veteran's surname. WorldCat , FHL M22i.
Abbeville Bulletin. The short-lived weekly Abbeville Bulletin (July-August ) offers a glimpse into a community adapting to new realities under challenging circumstances. In the early s, the white citizens of Abbeville County (then Abbeville District), South Carolina, had enthusiastically rallied in support of the secessionist cause. Colleton County Enrollment Book for CSA Veterans: major parts missing from Probate office; copied by Judy Ballard: ColCo: Colleton Co. Sheriff's Office: Colleton County Road Atlas: ColCo: Bryan, Evelyn M. F. Colleton County, SC A History of the First Years ColCo: committee.
Organization of Confederate Troops in Western Virginia and East Tennessee. W. C. Wallace: Virginia: Medical Reports on Virginia Confederate Soldiers. William C. Wallace: Virginia: Obituary of John T. West, Norfolk County, Virginia. The subject of these two documents, Phillip C. Booe was born in Rowen County, North Carolina on Being 47 years old in he was liable for conscription and was ordered to enroll. There is no record of him having ever served in the Confederate army but it is clear that he obviously took the Oath of Allegiance in
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Jordan, Jr., Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia,pages; and Black Slaveowners: Free Black Slavemasters in South Carolina,by Larry Koger, Columbia: University of South Carolina Press,pages.
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The Sons of Confederate Veterans recently awarded him the Medal of Honor. Superfluous Southerners, Cultural Conservatism and the South, John J. Langdale, III Explores the "traditionalist" conservatism that originated with John Crowe Ransom, Donald Davidson, and Allen Tate and continued with their intellectual descendants, Cleanth.
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Laurens County Enrollment Book of Confederate Veterans (Greenville, South Carolina: Southern Historical Press, c), pages. As complete a list of Confederate veterans, as possible, but some of the entries are based on the memories of the veterans' families and friends and on hearsay.
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The original Sons of Confederate Veterans, Major George Washington Littlefield camp was formed in and the organization is responsible for headstone cleaning and Confederate documentation in Oakwood Cemetery in Austin, Texas.
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We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Bibliographic information. Confederate Cemeteries, Volume 1 - Mark Hughes. OverConfederate soldiers died during the Civil War, but no one has ever compiled a listing of their names.
The Confederate Cemeteries series fills that void. Using heretofore unpublished cemetery rosters, long out-of-print books, unpublished manuscripts, 19th-cen. Back to Abbeville County, South Carolina Genealogy Trails.
Source: South Carolina State Archives, SeriesBLACKS, CONFEDERATE SERVICE Full Pension Records can be obtained through the South Carolina State Archives. In earlythe Union advances achieved by Maj.
Gen. Grant and Adm. Foote at Forts Henry and Donelson caused significant concern in the Confederate government. The Union army, known as the Army of the Tennessee, under Grant had increased to 48, men and were encamped on the western side of Author: P.G.T.
Beauregard. Murray County has changed tremendously in the last two decades. Many long-time residents have passed away and, with them, much of our heritage.
A significant number of people have moved to Murray, and are learning about the area's long and fascinating history. Here then is the written account of "Murray County Heritage." Return to TOP of page. Wesley L. Routt, Rachel E., his wife, Mt.
Hebron Methodist Cemetery, Anderson County, Kentucky. Wesley Lefare Routt was born Decemin Anderson County, Kentucky, to Richard Routt and Mary J. Holman. Wesley was born just in time to be a soldier of the Civil War – and he served in the.
The Civil War - Confederate View (Non-Fiction) Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it. Pair of post-war clipped signatures, front and back, 7 ¾” x 2 ¾”.
Mostly likely taken from a page from an autograph book, and in excellent, clean condition. On one side is “Robert B. Vance, / Riverside / No. Ca.”; on the reverse is “Wm C Oates / Abbeville / Ala.”.Inin response to the state association of Confederate veterans, York County made a concerted effort to enroll veterans by township.
The Confederate Enrollment Book of York County includes the dead as well as the living. An entry example: “Bethesda Township.
Page 1.Soldiers are listed under States they served under, not States of residence. We have found many instance where a soldier was from one State, but fought in a unit from another State.