4 edition of Alabama Soldiers (Revolution, War of 1812 & Indian Wars) Vol. 12 found in the catalog.
Alabama Soldiers (Revolution, War of 1812 & Indian Wars) Vol. 12
Pauline J. Gandrud
by Arkansas Ancestors
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||104|
The Doy Leale McCall Rare Book and Manuscript Library University of South Alabama USA Drive North, Suite Mobile AL Ph: () [email protected] A Guide to Civil War Collections in Mobile, Alabama. REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS IN ALABAMA (4 Book Series) von Donna R Causey, DONNA R CAUSEY. Alle Formate Kindle-Ausgabe From Book 1: After the Revolutionary War, free bounty land was offered by the federal government to citizens and soldiers for their service.
This is a list of Alabama Civil War Confederate Units. 14th Alabama Cavalry Battalion, Partisan Rangers; Malone's Brigade (Consolidated with the 19th Cavalry Battalion, folded into the 7th, then 9th, Alabama Cavalry, fought under Gen. Wheeler the entire war). Confederate service records of soldiers who served in organizations from Alabama. The records include a jacket-envelope for each soldier, labeled with his name, his rank, and the unit in which he served.
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This book includes genealogical and biographical information on 26 Revolutionary Soldiers who were in early Alabama and/or collected military pensions for their service.
The soldiers in this volume are: JAMES CALDWELL, JOHN YOUNG, CAPT. ANTHONY WINSTON, WILLIAM SANDERS, CAPTAIN WILLIAM ARMISTEAD, WILLIAM WICKER, BRYANT ADAMS, WILLIAM PULLEN.
Many of these soldiers received grants in Georgia, Tennessee and the Mississipi Territory, parts of which Alabama Soldiers book became the state of Alabama.
This book includes genealogical and biographical information on 26 Revolutionary Soldiers who were in early Alabama and/or collected military pensions for 4/4(1). This book is the 3rd Volume in a series of books which includes genealogical and biographical information on some Revolutionary Soldiers who were in early Alabama and/or collected military pensions for their : Donna R Causey.
This book is the 4th Volume in a series of books which includes genealogical and biographical information on some Revolutionary Soldiers who were in early Alabama and/or collected military pensions for their service.5/5(1).
An enjoyable book which provided a very detailed account of Alabama's contributions to WWI. Having grown-up in Alabama was surprised to learn of the heroics of the th and the Rainbow Division in the Great War these topics having never been covered in public schools.
Recommend highly if you are a student of military history!Cited by: 1. Textbook for Troops is open to all military connected students, regardless of GI Bill® status. Textbooks can be checked out (free!) on the first day of every semester.
The Office of Veteran and Military Affairs will not reserve books for any student nor can Alabama Soldiers book any textbooks. Alabama Revolutionary War Soldiers by County Compiled by Walter Dockery COUNTY LNAME FNAME DATE OF BIRTH BIRTH PLACE DEATH DATE PLACE OF DEATH BURIAL PLACE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CEMETERY LOCATION Blount Cornelius William Pennsylvania 27 July Blount Co., Alabama Unknown Private, North Carolina TroopsFile Size: KB.
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 Archives staff read through muster rolls, newspapers, governors' records, veterans' censuses, and state pension records to create a card file that was arranged alphabetically by servicemen's names.
This collection consists of index cards with personal details about Alabamians who served in the armed forces during World War I.
Census of Confederate Soldiers in Alabama-- Microfilm in Research Room Census of Confederate Soldiers in Alabama-- Microfilm in Research Room State Auditor, Confederate Pensioners’ Records - Newspapers, Civil War Flag Collection.
Confederate officers photograph albums. Alabama Revolutionary War Soldiers, Volume I book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.
After the Revolutionary War, free bounty land 4/5(3). ALABAMA REVOLUTIONARY WAR SOLDIERS VOL III is the 3rd Volume in a series of books which includes genealogical and biographical information on some Revolutionary Soldiers who were in early Alabama and/or collected military pensions for their service.
Some of their descendants in volume III still remain on the bounty land they received. The soldiers in this volume include: ASA CASTELLAW. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Extracted from the comprehensive volume Broadfoot Publishing Company set, The Roster of Confederate soldierstranscribed from the microfilm reels of National Archives M, Consolidated index to compiled service records of Confederate soldiers."--Introduction.
Historian G. Ward Hubbs first encountered the Confederate soldiers known as the Greensboro Guards through their Civil War diaries and letters. Later he discovered that the Guards had formed some forty years before the war, soon after the founding of the Alabama town that was their namesake.
Alabama Soldiers' Stories. Hidden away where most of us never see, there are words engraved in the memories of mothers and fathers. Sons and daughters. Brothers and sisters. Wives and Husbands. Words that forever remind the ones who loved of the ones they knew - who served, who fought, who died.
The final draft of Frazer’s book submitted to the University of Alabama Press had about 1, footnotes and many direct quotes from the soldiers themselves.
This summer, people attended a commemoration – as they do each year – of “The Alabam” regiment in France. Pauline J. Gandrud’s most popular book is Alabama Soldiers (Revolution, War of & Indian Pauline J. Gandrud has 15 books on Goodreads with 6 ratings. Home. 13th Alabama Cavalry Regiment.
Roster (7 Soldiers) 14th Alabama Cavalry Regiment. Roster (28 soldiers) Book: Brandon Beck " Third Alabama.
The Memoir of General Cullen Andrews Battle, C.S.A." University of Alabama ; 3rd Alabama Reserve Regiment. History & Roster. Christopher McIlwain’s Civil War Alabama is a landmark book that sheds invigorating new light on the causes, the course, and the outcomes in Alabama of the nation’s greatest drama and trauma.
Based on twenty years of exhaustive research that draws on a vast trove of primary sources such as letters, newspapers, and personal journals, Civil War Alabama presents compelling new explanations Cited by: 1.
Volunteer Soldiers in the Cherokee Wars; COMPLETE DETAILS & SURNAME INDEX Pages, Perfect Bound Includes the Alabama, Georgia and North Carolina Soldiers. This is an alphabetical listing of o soldiers who volunteered to accompany the Cherokee west to their new homes. GN, $. About Alabama, Confederate Pension and Service Records, This collection contains records that relate to Confederate veterans’ pensions in Alabama between During the 35 years after the Civil War untilonly disabled soldiers were receiving a pension from the state of Alabama .Compiled Service Records - The Compiled Service Records ($) () of Confederate soldiers who served in organizations from the state of Alabama are available online.
In the future, these records will be made available at no charge through the National Archives web site.Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Alabama soldiers by Pauline Myra Jones Gandrud.