2 edition of Register of the Civil War dead: Virginia Confederate regiments. found in the catalog.
Register of the Civil War dead: Virginia Confederate regiments.
Sherman Lee Pompey
in Clovis, Calif
Written in English
|LC Classifications||E548 .P639|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||79286413|
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The action described in McPherson's book was to set into motion Maryland's role in the Civil War. Maryland would prove the adage that it was a war of brother against brother, neighbor against neighbor. The eastern part of Maryland was clearly pro Confederate while the western part of the state was clearly pro Union. The Confederate General, John B. Gordon, cited the case of the Christian family, of Christiansburg, Virginia, which suffered eighteen dead in the war. The 1st Maine Heavy Artillery, in a charge at Petersburg, Virginia, 18 June, , sustained a "record" loss of the war of its 9oo men within seven minutes.
One of the more fascinating regiments that fought at Shiloh was the 13th Louisiana Regiment. The regiment was formed on September 9th, when the Confederate commandant at Camp Moore merged a battalion of Zouaves from the Louisiana State Militia with four companies of volunteers and gave the resulting regiment to Colonel Randall Lee Gibson (Below). West Virginia Military Records. USA (1,,) > West Virginia (20,) > West Virginia Military Records () Statewide Military Records. Veterans Schedules Ancestry. A Dictionary of All Officers Who Have Been Commissioned, In the Army of the United States Ancestry. A compendium of the War of the Rebellion compiled and arranged from official records of the federal and Confederate.
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The Confederate Memorial (also referred to as the First Confederate Memorial) is a memorial in Indian Mound Cemetery in Romney, West memorial commemorates residents of Hampshire County who died during the American Civil War fighting for the Confederate. The War of the Rebellion: a Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies searchable multi-volume scanned Civil War book series United States Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards, at FamilySearch (not yet complete).
Consists of 40 volumes (20 original and 20 photostat) compiled by the Secretary of Virginia Military Records documenting Virginia soldiers who fought for the Confederacy during the Civil War. The volumes contain an unofficial roster of soldiers from Virginia who served in the Confederate States of America during the Civil War.
Register of Confederate Dead, Camp Chase, Columbus, Ohio Office of the Army Quartermaster, Second Army, VREF R This is a photostatic copy of the record of 2, interments of confederate prisoners who died at camp : Steve Walker.
Register of the Confederate Dead, Interred in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Virginia. Richmond: Gary, Clemmitt & Jones, Printers, ; Xerox copy made Library of Virginia's Online Confederate Military Dead Database: (Click Here for Online Access) Markham, Jerald H.
I fear that peripatetic Confederate beard H. Edgerton has lost his mind. This story is more ridiculous in its finely-crafted dialogue and oh-so-perfect detail than the completely fabricated tale the Virginia Flaggers told about Rob "Electric Cattle Taser" Walker years ago, and I don't believe a word of this one.
Dear Ms. Lunelle, On. Textual Records: Letters and telegrams sent, registers of letters received, issuances, and other records of the Army of the Potomac (Confederate), ; Army and Department of Northern Virginia, ; Army and Department of the Peninsula, ; Department of Richmond, ; Department of Henrico, ; Department of North.
Virginia provided the following units to the Virginia Militia and the Provisional Army of the Confederate States during the American Civil War. Despite the state's secession from the Union it would supply them with third most troops from a Southern state along with the newly created West Virginia totaling at 22, Also listed are the units of Virginian origin in the service of the Union Army.
Unidentified soldier in Confederate uniform. The transformation and damage caused by the Civil War in Virginia reverberated throughout the decades and still resonates today. The Library of Virginia contains many valuable primary and secondary resources that will aid anyone interested in learning more about this critical time in Virginia and American history.
This is a list of American Civil War units, consisting of those established as federally organized units as well as units raised by individual states and states had soldiers and units fighting for both the United States and the Confederate States (Confederate States Army).The border states had both Confederate and Union units, and in many of the Confederate.
Confederate States of America Army Virginia Cavalry Regiment 1st Confederate States of America Army Virginia Infantry Battalion 23rd Virginia History Civil War, Regimental Histories 9 April Two of the eleven volumes pertain to the Civil War.
Volume One is a record book of the company from –, which includes minutes. About the Book. This reference book provides information on 24, Confederate soldiers killed, wounded, captured or missing at the Battle of Gettysburg. Casualties are listed by state and unit, in many cases with specifics regarding wounds, circumstances of casualty, military service, genealogy and physical descriptions.
Detailed casualty statistics are given in tables for each company, battalion and regiment. 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. The Civil War soldier’s home away from home was his regiment. Regiments were often composed of men who had lived in the same neighborhoods and had known each other before the war.
In some cases, regiments had a distinctive regional or ethnic character—Irish, German, Italian, Jewish, Indian, or black, among others.
Estimates of Confederate casualties (killed, wounded, and missing) during the Civil War range fromtoand even higher. This database includes lists and narrative reports reporting casualties sustained by Confederate Army units during the war.
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History Disbandment of the 1st Maryland Infantry. In August the 1st Maryland Infantry, CSA was disbanded at Gordonsville, Virginia, at the expiry of its initial twelve-month term of 1st Maryland Infantry was a regiment of the Confederate army, formed shortly after the commencement of the American Civil War in April The unit was made up of volunteers.
Vermont in the Civil War -- Regimental Units Company E, 2nd Vermont Vol. Inf. Virginia. Virginia Counties' Confederate Units 4 th Virginia Cavalry, Co. 5th Virginia Infantry 9th Virginia Infantry Co. A (Confederate Guard) 11th Virginia Infantry (in German) 11 th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, Company F.
The following list is a Bibliography of American Civil War Confederate military unit histories and are generally available through inter-library loan. More details on each book are available at an overall national view, see Bibliography of the American Civil histories of the Union, see Bibliography of American Civil War Union military unit histories.
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Antietam National Battlefield. The 1st Maryland Infantry, CSA was a regiment of the Confederate army, formed shortly after the commencement of the American Civil War in April The unit was made up of volunteers from Maryland who, despite their home state remaining in the Union during the war, chose instead to fight for the Confederacy.Virginia’s Civil War.
A Guide to Manuscripts at the Virginia Historical Society. A A., Jim, Letters, 2 items. Photocopies. Mss2A1b. This collection contains photocopies of two letters home from a member of the 30th Virginia Infantry Regiment. The first letter, 11 Aprilconcerns camp life near.In response to Congress' passage of an act on Februproviding for the assembling of muster rolls for all Union and Confederate soldiers, Virginia created the Office of the Secretary of Virginia Military Records on March 7,to assist the Secretary of War and the U.S.
War Department with a complete roster of Confederate.