2 edition of Marion County, Alabama Civil War veterans found in the catalog.
Marion County, Alabama Civil War veterans
Dorothy Shores Stalcup
Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-220) and index.
|Other titles||Civil War veterans|
|Statement||by Dorothy Shores Stalcup.|
|LC Classifications||F332.M37 S73 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 249 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||249|
|LC Control Number||95074823|
Some Confederate Soldiers In Baldwin County Alabama; Barbour County. Civil War Rosters, hosted at ALGenWeb Archives Project Company H, 39th Alabama Infantry; Bibb County. Civil War Rosters, . Census of Union Veterans and Widows of the Civil War Marion County (Source: FamilySearch) Southern Claims Commission Marion County - Approved Claims, (Source: fold3 - 7 day .
In June , a new Marion County Veteran Service Office (VSO) was officially introduced to the community. The office is a partnership among Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency, . Alabama Civil War and Reconstruction Newspapers; Home Alabama Civil War and Reconstruction Newspapers The Marion Commonwealth. Reference URL Share. Save to favorites. To link to this .
This house, built in the ’s, was the home of Alabama’s First Civil War Governor, Andrew Barry Moore. It is located on the north side of Green Street approximately mile west of the Perry County . A pre Civil War structure, this is the oldest church building remaining in Escambia County, Alabama. Confederate veterans related stories that mules and horses were sheltered inside during .
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Alabama Civil War Service Database Information in this database was compiled from a multitude of sources at the Alabama Department of Archives and History. Beginning in the early s, the.
Marion County, Alabama. Military Records. REVOLUTIONARY WAR. Revolutionary War Soldiers of Marion County. Pension File of Matthew Robinson. WAR OF Pensioners. Jackson's. Get this from a library.
Marion County, Alabama Civil War veterans: Confederate and Union. [Dorothy Shores Stalcup] -- Gives information of census of Confederate Soldiers residing in Alabama. Civil War Regiments. Men in Marion County served in various regiments. Men often joined a company (part of a large regiment) that originated in their county.
Listed below are companies that were. This collection consists of index cards with personal details about Alabamians who served in the armed forces during World War I. Information recorded may include name, race, age, date and place of birth.
Alabama Civil War Service Cards File - Microfilm in Research Room Confederate Regimental History Files Muster Rolls of Alabama Civil War Units, Muster Rolls for Alabama militia and home. Long may our gallant old Veterans live to meet and enjoy themselves in honor to the grand old Confederacy - (Winfield Enterprise, Marion County AL, October 5, ) Confederate Soldiers.
Marion County, Alabama Vital Records Births, Marriages, Deaths & Social Security (Source: USGenWeb) United States Census (Mortality Schedule), Marion County (Source: FamilySearch) Wiki. Marion County Civil War Veterans. Cemetery Visibility: Public Private.
memorials. Page of 5 Page 1. Riley Arnett 10 Jan – 20 May Rymer Cemetery. Marion County, West Virginia, USA. Marion County, WV Civil War th. likes. A coalition of individuals and organizations working to commemorate and educate about the th anniversary of the US Civil War () and West.
Marion is a city in, and the county seat of, Perry County, Alabama, United States. As of the census, the population of the city is 3, up % over First known as Muckle Ridge, the city was. Middlesex County: Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Mustered out from Lowell, Massachusetts also has a list of Civil War veterans buried in Lowell Cemetery Michigan Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers in the Civil War (requires payment - part of an Ancestry subscription) scanned searchable book.
Montgomery has several Civil War monuments. The one on the grounds of the state capitol, above, is the most famous. It is the "Monument to Confederate Soldiers and Sailors,” and was erected in The primary resource for Indiana Civil War veterans is the Enrollment of Soldiers, Widows and Orphans, three statewide registrations of veterans and their survivors taken inand Each.
Joan Tracy Armstrong, History of Smyth County, Virginia: Volume Two,Ante-bellum Years through the Civil War (Marion, VA: Smyth County Historical and Museum Society, ). Historical. Ocala-Marion County Veterans Memorial Park Nestled in a quiet oasis located in the center of Ocala is a lasting memorial to veterans of all wars.
With more than 5, bricks, benches and plaques. This county boasts of having had two Revolutionary War veterans buried on its soil: Obediah Wood, who, inwas living with William Wood. He was born in He was living in Wake County. FRANCIS MARION KING BIOGRAPHY and GENEALOGY (Dec, Nov.
13, ) Talladega and Coosa county, Alabama Francis Marion King was one of Read More Biography: Francis Marion. Marion County, Tennessee ancestry, family history, and genealogy research page. Guide to Marion County (established ) genealogy, history, and courthouse sources including birth records.
In Alabama began granting pensions to Confederate veterans who had lost arms or legs. In the State began granting pensions to veterans' widows.
In the law was amended to grant. The Marion County Veterans Council, Inc. 5 likes. The Marion County Veterans Council, Inc. provides a unified voice for the many veterans organizations in Marion County, Florida and interacts.Alabama was central to the Civil War, with the secession convention at Montgomery, birthplace of the Confederacy, inviting other states to form a Southern Republic, during January–Marchand.
With Campbell's knowledge, diaries and the book "Historic Limestone County, Alabama" by the late Robert Dunnavant Jr., one can imagine the events of more than a century past. It's Friday.