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Sketches of the First regiment Ga. vols
Oscar Alexander Cantrell
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Hoar, Victor M. "Sketches of Elmira's th infantry regiment." Chemung historical journal. (March, ) Lockwood, Dunning K. HCWRTColl (Enlisted man's diary, Feb ) Located at the Military History Institute in Carlisle, PA. Marble, Charles J. Civil War Miscellaneous Collection. Historical Sketch and Roster of the Georgia 29th Infantry Regiment (Georgia Regimental History Series Book 62) eBook: Rigdon, John C.: : Kindle StoreReviews: 1.
The Georgia 7th Infantry Regiment was formed in May, , at Atlanta, Georgia, and in June moved to Harper’s Ferry, Virginia. Assigned to Colonel F. S. Bartow’s Brigade, Army of the Shenandoah, it was active in the fight at First Manassas.1/5(1). Mr. Calkins is a descendant of the old Connecticut family, and a son of A. T. Calkins, a prominent furniture dealer since the war. He enlisted in in Co. A, 23d Regiment N. Y. Vols., as first sergeant, but returned lieutenant and quartermaster.
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Sketches of the First Regiment, Ga. Vols.: together with the history of the 56th Regiment, Georgia Vols., to January 1, by Cantrell, Oscar A. (Oscar Alexander); Intelligencer Steam Power Presses, printer.
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Sketches of the First Regiment Ga. Vols.: together with the history of the 56th Regiment Georgia Vols., to January 1, (Bethesda, Maryland: University Publications of America, c), FHL fiche ; Clark, Walter A.
(Walter Augustus). Under the stars and bars, or, memories of four years service with the Oglethorpes, of Sketches of the First regiment Ga. vols book, Georgia. The Act of Apmore fully completed its organization and when a second regiment was formed under the Act of March 3,the older organization became the "First Regiment of Infantry."* Brevet Brigadier General Josiah Harmar was the first "lieutenant colonel commandant" of the regiment and commanded it until his resignation in History of the First Regiment of Heavy Artillery, Massachusetts Volunteers, formerly the Fourteenth Regiment of Infantry, by Roe, Alfred S.
(Alfred Seelye), ; Nutt, Charles, Note: Letter as written Letter Copy-Original in Georgia Archives Camp near Rominy, Va. Jan. 21st (misdated in original-- should be ) His Ex. Jos. Brown Ex. Depts.,Milledgeville, Ga. Sir We a portion of the officers of the First Regt.
of Ga. Vol. Now in the. Mortality Schedules of GA:,(6 rolls) Night Fell on Georgia, by Charles Samuels (1 roll) Sketches of the First Regiment GA Volunteers, together with History of the 56th Regiment GA Volunteers to Jan. 1, (1 roll) Southern Recorder (Milledgeville): Sept. 5, – J (1 roll).
The 1st Georgia Regiment was raised by Lachlan McIntosh on November 4,at Savannah, Georgia for service with the Continental Army. The regiment saw action in Florida in andthe Siege of Savannah and the Siege of regiment was captured along with the rest of the American southern army at Charleston, South Carolina onby the Allegiance: Continental Congress of the United States.
Mortality Schedules of GA:,(6 rolls) Night Fell on Georgia, by Charles Samuels (1 roll) Sketches of the First Regiment GA Volunteers, together with History of the 56th Regiment GA Volunteers to Jan.
1, (1 roll) Southern Recorder (Milledgeville): Sept. 5, – J (1 roll) MARYLAND MICROFILM. A history of the Tenth regiment, Vt.
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M15 "Lincoln County, GA Cemeteries." Betty Sue Dunaway Bunch, and Larry Raymond Butler, Published by the Lincoln Co, GA Library, This book is a goldmine. An example is Ray Sibley's Confederate Artillery Organizations () and more recently Richard Sauers's The National Tribune Civil War Index (3 Vols.).
The latest multi-volume set from the growing SB reference library is Richard Michael Allen's roster series: • The 7th Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment, A Biographical Roster.
Bryan Co.) - 30 3 vols. Volume 1 is pages and contains 1st regiment S. infantry (regulars); 1st (Gregg's) regiment S. & 1st (Hagood's) regiment S. A copy of this first volume may be found in the Library of Congress and the Columbiana Library in Columbia, SC.
Vols. 2 & 3 are in the University of South Carolina Library. Web Resources: U.S. Civil War Regimental Histories in the Library of Congress contains lists of regimental histories. However, the interface for finding them has been superseded so that users need to first identify a unit from the LOC listing, then use the LOC main search function to find copies accessible online or in libraries.
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VOLS. (HATCH'S BATTALION) FIRST BATTERY LIGHT ARTILLERY SECOND BATTERY LIGHT ARTILLERY Biographies and Historical Sketches of Wabasha Co., MN Bartow County, GA Confederate Soldiers of the. This regiment appears to have been temporarily organized and principally composed of men from other units who were in and about Macon, Georgia, most probably as patients in hospitals and as employees in the government works in town.
1st Regiment Light Duty Men: This regiment was organized at Macon, Georgia on 10 June This was the regiment's first sacrifice to the Civil War, made on the dreary plains of New Mexico, nearly two thousand miles from the principal theatre of operations.
Companies B, E, G and I, serving with the Army of the Potomac, left Washington, March, ,—encamped near Fort Monroe from March 26 till April 4,—and at Yorktown, Va., on the. The collection consists of papers of Jason Sexton while serving as the Provost Marshall at Ft. Pulaski (Ga.) with the th New York Infantry Regiment from January - June The papers include correspondence, receipts, inventories, and a.
Sixth Georgia Infantry. The first Confederate unit mustered from the state of Georgia, the Sixth Regiment was organized at Atlanta in May Alfred Colquitt was elected the first colonel of the unit, which included men from Baker, Butts, Crawford, Dade, Houston Mitchell, Oglethorpe, Taylor and Twiggs counties.
The regiment garrisoned Yorktown, Virginia from June until the. "Co. Aytch": Maury Grays, First Tennessee Regiment, Or, a Side Show of the Big Show Samuel R. Watkins Times Printing Company, - United States - pages5/5(3).This book is the first complete history of the First Georgia Cavalry, who saw action in Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina and North Carolina.
A regimental roster includes more than 1, names with details of service provided, along with pre-war service, death and burial information in some cases.History of the First regiment of Tennessee volunteer cavalry in the great war of the rebellion, with the armies of the Ohio and by Carter, William Randolph and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at