3 edition of Families of Confederate soldiers of Lawrence County, Arkansas, 1863 found in the catalog.
Families of Confederate soldiers of Lawrence County, Arkansas, 1863
James Logan Morgan
by Arkansas Research
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
A Confederate 2nd national flag of the combined 6th & 7th Arkansas Infantry. currently in the Missouri State archives in Columbia, Missouri. When examined in , it consisted of a 40 1/2" x 76 1/2" white bunting field with a red canton bearing an unedged 3 1/2" wide St. Andrew's cross bearing thirteen white cotton stars, those on the arms 3 1/2" across their points, the center 5" across its Active: J – Ap The Confederate soldier in the family tree. John Thomas Neely was the Chancery Clerk of Tallahatchie County in Mississippi and a Confederate soldier, pictured here, .
DAVIS, James (13 Nov – 19 Apr 19 ) Died in the Battle of Fayetteville. EDWARDS, George with Tuck Smith’s Company. ENYART, Humphrey. FAULKNER, Albert. GREENWOOD, Jackson (Lawrence County) HARRISON, James M. ( Mar ) Co. H 15th Ark. Inf. came from a Washington County, Arkansas, family living in the Cane Hill area. Organization. Ford's Battalion Arkansas Cavalry was organized on Aug as part of the forces organized for Price's Missouri Raid the unit is also credited to Missouri.. The Field and Staff Officers were Lieutenant-Colonel Barney Ford and Major Enoch O. Wolf. Barney Ford () was residing in Independence County, Arkansas, when the war : Confederate States Army.
Both authors have selfpublished earlier books of Lawrence County records, including “Military Service and Civil Records of Confederate and Union Soldiers, Lawrence County, Arkansas,” “Marriages, Vol I, II and III, ,” “Census records from thru ,” “New Hope Baptist Church Records, ” and “Johnson. Get this from a library! Military service and civil records of Confederate and Union soldiers: Lawrence County, Arkansas: families, survivors, internments. [Thomas J Helms].
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Families of Confederate soldiers of Lawrence County, Arkansas, [James Logan Morgan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Get this from a library. Families of Confederate soldiers of Lawrence County, Arkansas, [James Logan Morgan]. Families of Confederate soldiers of Lawrence County, Arkansas, by James Logan Morgan; 1 edition; First published in COX, King -- Monday, 6 April -- Book F page Lawrence County -- Marion Township -- Shaver's Regiment -- In serviceWife -name and age not known; 4 children, all young CRAIG, J.A.
-- Friday, 27 February -- Book F page 31 & Lawrence County -- Scott Township -- Captain West's Independent Co -- In service.
Families of Confederate Soldiers of Lawrence County, Arkansas, By James Logan Morgan, ISBN23 pages, $ During the war, state aid was provided to needy families of soldiers, and the resulting records show soldiers' names, units, status, county from which enrolled, and names and ages of wives and children.
Buy Families of Confederate soldiers of Lawrence County, Arkansas, by Morgan, James Logan (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : James Logan Morgan. It was then required that the clerk of each county prepare a "descriptive list" of the families of indigent Confederate soldiers.
BERRY, Robert L. -- Friday, 27 February -- Book F page Lawrence County -- Campbell Township -- 44 Arkansas Regiment -- In serviceSarah, 23, wife; George W., 7, son; James B., 3, son; John T., 1, son.
Lawrence County Military Index (Source: Genealogy Trails History Group) List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, Lawrence County, Arkansas (Source: Internet Archive) Civil War. Families of Confederate Soldiers from Lawrence County, Arkansas (Source: Nancy's Lawrence County Corner) Shaver's 7th Regiment.
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Arkansas Confederate pension records, ca. (Arkansas. Arkansas Civil War Regiments, Rosters and Muster Rolls. 2 Comments / Arkansas, Military. Arkansas Confederate and Union Soldiers Burial Places (hosted at Couch he was born 8 Feb and grew up on a farm in Pulaski County, AR. A family story is that he said he was talked by his stepmother into joining the Confederate military in place.
Families of Lawrence County Confederate Soldiers The FLAG Flag Etiquette Flag Folding Ceremony. EARLY HISTORY OF LAWRENCE COUNTY From Times Dispatch - Walnut Ridge, Lawrence, Arkansas By Chas. Lee Many family surnames, places, stories and a little gossip to help EARLY MARRIAGE BOOKS Book A1 -- - Grooms Book A1 -- - Brides.
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FAMILIES OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS OF LAWRENCE COUNTY, ARKANSAS By James Logan Morgan. 23pp, #AR/ $ List soldiers name, rank, units, status, county where enrolled, and names of family members, when state aid was provided to during the War.
EARLY LAWRENCE COUNTY, ARKANSAS RECORDS, Families of Confederate soldiers of Lawrence County, Arkansas, Morgan, James Logan Families of Confederate soldiers of Prairie County, Arkansas, The Act set aside $1, annually to be paid the "families, widows, and dependents of soldiers currently serving in State or Confederate forces, or of soldiers killed or disabled in service." Chief Justices of the counties, on or before March 1 in andsubmitted lists of servicemen and the number of their dependents eligible for.
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.
Families of Confederate soldiers of Lawrence County, Arkansas, by James Logan Morgan 1 edition - first published in Written works: Census Of The Territory Of Arkansas. Lawrence County was created 15 January from New Madrid County, seat: Walnut Ridge For animated maps illustrating Arkansas county boundary changes, "Rotating Formation Arkansas County Boundary Maps" () may be viewed for free at the website.
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 list of Union units is shown separately. Like most states, Arkansas possessed a prewar Militia organization, which consisted of seventy one regiments, organized into eight brigades, and divided into two divisions.
Died in Civil war battle, he was living in Lawrence County Arkansas with his wife and new daughter at time of his death. Robert married Missouri A. Hawkens 29th of April in Lawrence County Arkansas. They had one child Mary E. Foust who was 9 months old at the time of his death.
On Monday, 1 December the. Enlisted: 10 March in Newton County, Arkansas in Co. F, First Arkansas Infantry Enlisted: 10 Feb in Co. D, Second Arkansas Cavalry Discharged: August Spouse: Mary Matney Goss Died: 26June in Newton County, Arkansas Burial: Criner Cemetery,Newton County, Arkansas.
Military Records state he died in June in Newton County.The files were acquired from the Arkansas State History Commission and are arranged alphabetically. Arkansas Confederate Soldier Home, — Attention: This site does not support the current version of your web browser.Kellogg's Broad-Ax and the Beginnings of Little Rock, Arkansas.
Jefferson County, Arkansas, Indigent Families of Confederate Soldiers, Students of the Arkansas Female College, Little Rock, Arkansas, NOTE: Registration not required, however seating is limited to the first attendees.
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