2 edition of Index to Ar Confederate Soldiers found in the catalog.
Index to Ar Confederate Soldiers
Desmond W. Allen
June 1991 by Arkansas Research .
Written in English
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Index to Arkansas Confederate soldiers. [Desmond Walls Allen] Index to Arkansas Confederate soldiers. Conway, AR: Arkansas Research, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: Index to compiled service records of Confederate soldiers who. Index to Arkansas Confederate Soldiers, A-G Paperback See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — — — Paperback from $ Pension records for the soldiers or their widows from Kentucky who served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War are contained in this index. Most former Confederate states provided relief payments to veterans or widows because the Confederacy was dissolved after the war leaving no central government agency to distribute pensions.
The Arkansas State Archives has a wide variety of types of records. From this page you can search for county records, military records, maps, newspapers, land records, church records, manuscript materials on microfilm, and the State Archives' vertical and printed ephemera files.
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.
Alton, Illinois - Civil War Era - Confederate Prison includes a searchable database of Confederate Soldiers who died at the Alton Prison Register of Confederate Soldiers Who Died in Camp Douglas, and Lie Buried in Oakwoods Cemetery, Chicago, Ills., scanned book at. Index to Arkansas Confederate soldiers.
Statement of Responsibility: compiled by Desmond Walls Allen Authors: Allen, Desmond Walls, (Main Author) Format: Books/Monographs/Book with Film Language: English Publication: Conway, Arkansas: Arkansas Research, Inc. (Desmond Walls Allen), c Physical: 3 v.: map. ISBN: Get this from a library.
Index to Arkansas Confederate pension applications. [Desmond Walls Allen] -- This vol. is a statewide index of names. No county information is given. The library has several other vols. by the author, all bound together into 2 hardbound vols., that give the same information.
The agencies listed below are repositories for Confederate pension records. The veteran was eligible to apply for a pension to the State in which he lived, even if he served in a unit from a different State. Generally, an applicant was eligible for a pension only if he was indigent or disabled.
In your letter to the repository, state the Confederate veteran's name, his widow's. 63 rows This is a list of Arkansas Civil War Confederate Units, or military units from the state of.
This database contains an index to compiled service records (CSRs) for soldiers who served with units in the Confederate army. Most of the men whose names appear in this index served with units from 15 different states or territories; others were soldiers raised directly by the Confederate government, generals and staff officers, and other enlisted men not associated with a regiment.
Confederate Soldiers Buried in Carroll Co. - UPDATED MARCH Carroll County Census Surname Index with hot links from each Surname to the corresponding image files @ US GenWeb Archcves & Carroll County Census Indexed by township & surname.
LUNSFORD, POLK Pvt - Enl 19 Mar at Little Rock, AR. Captured 3 Jul in White Co, AR. and sent to MP at Little Rock, AR. Died 5 Dec at Little Rock, AR of inflammation of the brain. MATHEWS, J. -- Hospital parole Sep MATTHEWS, J.J. Pvt - Age Enl 23 Jun at Springfield, AR.
Musician. Left sick at Camp Hope, AR. 9 Oct. Confederate Veterans Reunion Registration of those Living in Sebastian Co., Ar Confederate Veterans Reunion Questionaires of those Living in Sebastian Co., Ar Company Descriptive Book, G-2 Arkansas Cavalry Sarah Campbell, War Orphan Confederate Reunion-Huntington, Ar.
An Index to the Three Volumes: Arkansas Census of Confederate Veterans (Hot Springs, Ark.: Arkansas Ancestors, ), compiled by Bobbie Jones McLane, is an every-name index. The Arkansas History Commission has the actual Confederate veterans census for Arkansas and copies of Confederate Veteran magazine (').
To be counted among the state's Confederate veterans was an honor, and when the number of living Confederate veterans began to dwindle, groups across Kentucky raised monuments to their memory. Remembering Kentucky's Confederates presents an overview of the state's Confederate soldiers and units who fought bravely in the War Between the States.
Search For Soldiers The Civil War was the first war in American history in which a substantial proportion of the adult male population participated.
Almost every American would have known friends, family members, or neighbors who marched off to war, many never to return. This book is an index to 21, Confederate veterans who applied for pensions from the State of Arkansas.
Information includes: veteran's name, widow or mother's name, company, unit, year(s) of enrollment, county from which applied and death dates of the veteran and his widow. Confederate Memorial Day (called Confederate Heroes Day in Texas and Florida, and Confederate Decoration Day in Tennessee) is a cultural holiday observed in several Southern U.S.
states on various dates since the end of the Civil War to remember the estimatedConfederate soldiers who have died in military ed by: Southern states (United States). This collection of essays represents the best recent history written on Civil War activity in Arkansas.
It illuminates the complexity of such issues as guerrilla warfare, Union army policies, and the struggles hetween white and black civilians and soldiers, and also shows that the war years were a time of great change and personal conflict for the citizens of the state, despite the absence of.
Arkansas Union Soldiers Pension Application Index compiled by Desmond Walls Allen (D.W. Allen, ) Compendium of the Confederate Armies, 11 vols., by Stewart Sifakis (Facts on File, ) Confederate Arkansas: The People and Policies of a Frontier State in Wartime by Michael B.
Dougan (University of Alabama Press, ). Smith's Black Civil War Soldiers, The 11th U.S. Colored Troops. Confederate Vets buied by Fentress Funeral Home between - History of Fort Smith in The Civil War. Confederate Script Confederate Pensioners in Sebastian County in INDIVIDUAL RECORDS.
Ordering Civil War Records. Sarah C. McPherson, Widows Pension Papers. This listing shows the names and ranks of the Regular Army of the Confederate States of America (ASCA) officers, as well as their ranks in the volunteer Provisional Army of the Confederate States (PACS), if any.
These officers fought for the Confederate States during the American Civil War. These lists also show the final regular unit they served in, if known.* denotes killed in action or died. Reminiscences, 14 Marchof Katherine Waring Hoskins Warner (–) of Essex County, Virginia, regarding life at the Hoskins home, Midway in Essex County, during the Civil War.
The house often served as a hospital for sick and wounded Confederate soldiers, and as storage space for Confederate wheat. ARKANSAS DEATH INDEX Alphabetical listing. Includes name, county, and date of death.
[email protected] ARKANSAS DEATH INDEX Alphabetical listing. Includes name, county, and date of death. [email protected] INDEX TO ARKANSAS CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS A-Z Alphabetical listing. Includes name, unit, and rank [email protected] I have a book titled "Arkansas' ****ed Yankees: An Index to Union Soldiers in Arkansas Regiments" by Desmond Walls Allen.
The book lists a Pvt Elconia Moser born in Lincoln NC Serving in the 2nd Arkansas Cavalry USA. He was 30 at time of enlistment and joined the unit on January 1st in Batesville, Arkansas.
The granting of pensions for military service presented unique problems to the ex-Confederate states and the federal government after the Civil War.
Before the war, small annual pensions and land grants had been given to qualifying veterans of the U.S. military who had served in the Revolutionary War, the War ofand the Mexican War. What originally began as limited payments to former.
Revolutionary War Compiled Service Records, from NARA microfilm publication M Rosters of Revolutionary War Soldiers and Sailors, for Alabama, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Vermont, and Virginia Revolutionary War Indexes Online at.
U.S.\uC Confederate Soldiers Compiled Service Records\uC Name Thomas J Potter Enlistment Date Military Unit Twelfth Infantry (Eighth Infantry, Young’s Regiment) U.S. Civil War Soldiers\uC Name Thomas J.
Potter Side Confederate Regiment State/Origin Texas Regiment 12th Regiment, Texas Infantry (Young’s. This is a list of Arkansas Civil War Confederate Units, or military units from the state of Arkansas which fought for the Confederacy in the American Civil War.
Like most states, Arkansas possessed a prewar Confederate Congress passed a conscription law and new companies and regiments were organized almost entirely of conscripted (drafted) men. ON THE WAY HOME - Soldiers on the Sultana: CIVIL WAR: WEST VIRGINIA - Union Lives Lost: Civil War Letters of Lt.
Milton B. Campbell: MAJOR GEORGE C. TRIMBLE - A Soldier's Life Revisited: Carlin's Battery "D" - 1st W. Art'y Website: IN MY COLLECTION: Captain Andrew Grubb, 5th W. Cavalry: Wheeling's Harrison Family In The Civil War.
Index: Arkansas Union Soldiers' Pension Applications FICHE MILITARY Index: Union Soldiers in Arkansas Regiments FICHE MILITARY Roster Arkansas Confederate Infantry c AR BOOK MILITARY RECDS Arkansas Census of Confederate Veterans FICHE OBITUARIES Obituaries from MI, MO, AR, MA, NM, TX: Persons born in 's.
The Arkansas in the Civil War Message Board - Archive Message Index. Enumeration of Ex-Confederate Soldiers and Widows of Deceased Soldiers - Parish of Lincoln, LA. [includes numerous states] 4th Texas Volunteers, Co.
C; The Westernmost Campaign of the Civil War - New Mexico Territory Carroll County Arkansas Genealogy and Historical Data. Carroll County School Census Project Carroll County School Location Map.
About CCHS. POPULAR PAGES. Civil War Battles ; Prisoner of War Camps. The Arkansas in the Civil War Message Board - Archive Message Index. 16th Arkansas Mounted Infantry. Re: 16th Arkansas Mounted Infantry. Jenkin's Ferry CS Flag now on Display Solomon R. Moore, POW, from CSA 36 Little Rock Confederate Soldiers Home Gates Re: Little Rock Confederate Soldiers Home Gates.
United States War Department. Index to Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers Who Served in Organizations Raised Directly by the Confederate Government and of Confederate General and Staff Officers and Non-Regimental Enlisted Men.
National Archives MicrocopyRoll Washington DC: National Archives and Records Administration. Civil War in Northwest Arkansas Artifact Guide 1 and 2. Soldiers’ caps (1 Union, 1 Confederate): Caps, belt buckles, and badges were among the items with markings which distinguished the allegiance of soldiers.
As the war progressed, ragged soldiers often removed shoes, pants, jackets, and other items from the dead of both sides on battlefields.
Aunt Jane Jenkins, daughter of Tom Sanders, a Confederate soldier, who lived on Jimmie's creek on the farm later known as the E. Adams farm, recalled some seventy years after the war and shortly before her death, that as a little girl while her father was away in the army, a group of "Scalawags" (Page 82 Top) or renegade Union soldiers came.