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  • Download e-book for iPad: Historical Sketch & Roster of the Alabama 31st Infantry by John C. Rigdon

    By John C. Rigdon

    The thirty first Alabama Infantry Regiment was once equipped at Talladega, sixteen March 1862, with males from Calhoun, Cherokee, Montgomery, Randolph, Shelby, and Talladega counties. It mentioned to normal Danville Leadbetter at Chattanooga presently after. It then moved as much as Knoxville, the place it was once brigaded less than common Seth Barton, in Carter Stevenson's Division.

    After the Kentucky crusade, the thirty first used to be completely brigaded with the twentieth, twenty third, thirtieth, and forty sixth Alabama regiments, below basic Edward D. Tracy of Madison, division of Mississippi and East Louisiana. In December, the thirty first observed Stevenson's department to Vicksburg. there have been 260 effectives in January, 1863, with 21 ok and 37 w at Vicksburg.

    Following parole at Vicksburg, the thirty first persisted during the rest of the struggle with the military of Tennessee. there have been 23 casualties at Chattanooga, and in December, 1863, there have been 452 current with 323 palms. in basic terms a hundred and eighty have been healthy for responsibility in January 1865, and no more than a hundred surrendered in April. towards the shut of the warfare, the thirty first used to be consolidated with the twenty third and forty sixth Infantry and redesignated the twenty third Consolidated Infantry Regiment at Smithfield, nine April 1865.

    Companies Of The AL thirty first Infantry Regiment

    Co. "A" (Cherokee County; a few of corporation paroled as of Co. "K", twenty third AL Infantry, Consolidated): Isaac P. Moragne (resigned, thirteen Aug 62); Henry W. Pickens (resigned, 30 March 63); W. L. Hughes (wounded, Jonesboro)

    Co. "B" (Talladega County; also known as Co. "A"; corporation paroled as a part of Co. "K", twenty third AL Infantry, Consolidated): William S. Chapman (resigned, 26 Sept 62); Robert A. Hardie (resigned, 12 Dec 63); William H. Hancock (transferred); William J. Rhodes (wounded, Kinston, Bentonville)

    Co. "C" (Cherokee County; also referred to as Co. "B"): Marshal J. Alexander (resigned, 28 Aug 62); Joseph J. Nix (wounded, Champion's Hill, Jonesboro; captured, Champion's Hill; resigned, 26 April sixty three and March sixty five)

    Co. "D" (Calhoun County; obviously turned Co. "G", twenty third AL Infantry): E. T. Thompson; (dropped from rolls, 2 June 64); John Rose (paroled as Capt., Co. "G", twenty third AL Infantry)

    Co. "E" (Talladega County; also referred to as Co. "D"): Archibald Carter (resigned, 27 Aug 62); G. W. Watts (resigned, 19 Nov 63); Frank M. Shouse

    Co. "F" (Talladega County; also referred to as Co. "E"): Robert M. McKibbin

    Co. "G" (Shelby County; often known as Co. "K"; mustered 22 March sixty two as Cobb's Co., Frazer's twenty third AL Infantry, and on four may well sixty two as Cobb's Co., Hundley's thirty first AL Infantry): James Cobb (resigned, 2 Sept 62); William H. Shelby (resigned, 21 Nov 63); Robert B. Pruitt

    Co. "H" (Randolph County): Augustus A. West (resigned, 27 Aug 62); Andrew J. Reeves (resigned); James L. Williams (captured, Missionary Ridge)

    Co. "I" (Montgomery County): John M. Shields (resigned, 10 Sept 62); Thomas M. Arrington (promoted); L. W. Vick

    Co. "K" (Shelby County; a few of the corporation ultimately paroled as Co. "H", twenty third AL Infantry, Consolidated): Norman P. Reeves (appointed, surgeon); John W. Pitts (resigned, 10 Nov 62); Samuel W. Morgan (dropped from rolls, 17 June 64); J. T. McClanahan

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  • Historical Sketch and Roster of the Georgia 5th Infantry - download pdf or read online

    By John C. Rigdon

    The Georgia fifth Infantry Regiment was once prepared on may well eleventh, 1861, with extra businesses becoming a member of the unit through the following yr. Its wrestle roster all started with the trap of Santa Rosa Island, by way of the Corinth crusade in April-June 1862.
    One of the celebrated businesses of the fifth used to be corporation A, the recognized Clinch Rifles. the corporate used to be named for normal Duncan L. Clinch the commander on the Battles of Withlacoochee and The Cove of the Seminole Wars (1835-1836). the corporate followed the motto “Charge back” after common Clinch’s order to the backing out troops on the conflict of Withlacoochee to assault the enemy back. Clinch Rifles have been a real 'rifle' corporation utilizing 1841 Mississippi Rifle and sabre bayonet in action.
    Companies of the Georgia fifth Infantry Regiment
    Company A - Richmond County - Clinch Rifles
    corporation B - Spalding County - Griffin mild Guards
    corporation C - Richmond County - Irish Volunteers
    corporation D - Warren County - McDuffie Riflemen
    corporation E - Terrell County - Dawson Volunteers
    corporation F - Randolph County - Cuthbert Rifles
    corporation G - Schley County
    corporation H - Decatur County - Hardee Rifles
    corporation I - Muscogee County - Georgia Grays
    corporation ok - Upson County - Upson Guards
    corporation L - corporation L
    corporation M - Bibb County - Bibb County

    (Co. A. second Battn. Georgia Sharpshooters)
    Company N - Clark and Richmond Counties
    (Co. A ninth Regiment 3d Brigade, Georgia kingdom Troops)
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  • Read e-book online Pursues The Ceaseless Way PDF

    By Graham W Parker

    This seminal historical past of an English East Midland kinfolk takes us by means of generations from a 1939 state marriage again to 1042 Normandy, 1610 Virginia, the 1854 Sevastopol Siege, 1861 Sitapur in the course of the Siege of Lucknow and to Passchendaele. It follows nineteenth and twentieth century emigrations into Michigan, New Zealand and Australia. Lives, from beginning to epitaph, are rebuilt from absolutely tested and referenced assets. Underpinned via a wealth of notes and observations drawn from nationwide background, legislation, heraldry, etymology, classical mythology, literary and theological resources, it really is uncompromisingly researched and written with humanity and humour – family tree at its very best.

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  • Download e-book for iPad: Historical Sketch & Roster of the Alabama 19th Infantry by John C. Rigdon

    By John C. Rigdon

    The nineteenth Alabama Infantry Regiment was once prepared at Huntsville, 14 August 1861, It used to be ordered to cellular instantly and remained there approximately 3 months, then was once at Pensacola for 2 weeks. Ordered to Corinth, the nineteenth was once brigaded less than common Gladden of Louisiana, with the twenty second, twenty fifth, and fiftieth regiments, and after Shiloh, the seventeenth Battalion, Sharpshooters, and the thirty ninth regiment.

    There have been few casualties at Missionary Ridge, and the nineteenth wintered at Dalton. within the nearly incessant struggling with from there to Atlanta, the regiment misplaced seriously in casualties, really at new desire and close to Marietta. The brigade, lower than the command of basic Johnston of Perry, the nineteenth was once badly chop up within the battles at Atlanta on 22 and 28 July. Losses have been moderate at Jonesboro. on the conflict of Franklin, the nineteenth misplaced just a couple of to conflict wounds, yet many have been captured. It went to North Carolina and used to be engaged at Kinston and Bentonville, wasting seriously within the latter affair. Then consolidated with the fortieth and forty sixth Alabama regiments at Salisbury (with M. L. Woods as colonel and Ezekiel Gully of Sumter as lt. colonel), the nineteenth surrendered at that position, seventy six strong.


    Co. "A", Pickens tough and Readys (Pickens): George R. Kimbrough (promoted to Lt. Col.); Robert J. Healy (KIA, Murfreesboro); Dyer C. Hodo (wounded, Atlanta)

    Co. "B", Blount Continentals (Blount): William R. D. McKenzie (KIA, Corinth); William R. Trice (resigned, 20 July 1863); Hugh L. Houston (KIA, Atlanta)

    Co. "C", Jefferson Warriors (Jefferson): William F. Hanby (wounded, Shiloh)

    Co. "D", Jake Curry Guards (Cherokee): William P. Hollingsworth (transferred to normal Ed. D. Tracy's staff); Edward Thornton (KIA, Jonesboro); Benjamin L. Archer

    Co. "E", Cherokee Guards (Cherokee): William E. Kirkpatrick (resigned, 17 Feb 62); wonder M. Israel (wounded, Chickamauga; died, eight April 64); Thomas J. Williamson (wounded, Atlanta)

    Co. "F", Davis Guards (Cherokee): Rufus B. Rhea (resigned, 7 Sept 63); Samuel M. J. Howard

    Co. "G", Cherokee Mountaineers (Cherokee): Jackson Millsaps (resigned, 31 July 62); John N. Barry (dismissed, 23 April 64); James H. Leath (wounded, Atlanta)

    Co. "H", Cherokees (Cherokee): Joseph L. Cunningham (transferred to basic Naglee's staff); Samuel B. Echols (resigned, three Sept sixty four; William B. Tripps; Samuel Marshall

    Co. "I", Cherokee Rangers (Cherokee): James H. Savage (promoted to significant)

    Co. "K", Blount Guards (Blount): James H. Skinner (retired, 1 July 62); Solomon Palmer (promoted to Major); Nathaniel J. Venable (KIA, Marietta); James okay. Duffee

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  • Read e-book online Footnotes to History: The Personal Realm of John Wilson PDF

    By Nigel Harris

    Footnotes to background brings a singular concentration to social background. it's a examine of a “group kin” – a longer kinfolk heavily dependent even though marriages that have been both inner or with relied on affiliates. this type of social entity advanced down the centuries, achieving its zenith within the early 19th century. The kin portrayed, the Pennells, presents a best instance of any such united physique. John Wilson Croker, his half-nieces and his ally all married into it. the scale of this “group relations” gave plentiful scope for marriages among cousins. such a lot males in it won prestigious appointments via Croker’s patronage, yet on the fee of giving him their dependable loyalty. From diaries, own letters, newspaper articles, Chancery papers and executive records, Footnotes to History brings the nature of kinfolk to existence and exhibits how they interacted. Their personalities are portrayed via a wealth of unique anecdotes recorded through their contemporaries. Their direct participation in occasions incorporated using from Dorset to London to warn James II for my part of the Duke of Monmouth’s touchdown and rescuing Marie Antoinette’s daughter from Napoleon. Footnotes to History takes us on a trip via British background dropped at lifestyles by means of the studies of 1 family members over greater than centuries.
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  • Download PDF by Pol Potier De Courcy: Nobiliaire et armorial de Bretagne: (Tome Ier)

    By Pol Potier De Courcy

    Edité, remanié et réédité tout au lengthy de los angeles deuxième moitié du XIXe siècle (jusqu’en 1895) ce Nobiliaire et Armorial est un des monuments de l’héraldique et de l. a. généalogie de l. a. Bretagne ancienne. Cette nouvelle édition, entièrement recomposée se composera de quatre tomes (les trois tomes du Nobiliaire « stricto sensu » habituellement réédités, augmentés d’un quatrième reprenant los angeles seconde partie du tome III de l’édition de 1890, — souvent tronquée ou oubliée —, qui se rapporte notamment aux nombreuses listes de titulaires de fees personnelles dans los angeles Bretagne d’Ancien Régime.

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  • Download PDF by Rodney V. McCormick: Searching for Isum: Over Genealogical Brick Walls

    By Rodney V. McCormick

    From "Searching for Isum" : "I remember vividly as a 10 yr previous going with my father to go to Grandpa McCormick at his domestic on Mechanic road in Macomb, Illinois. After consuming a few of his really good harmony grapes off the vine, Grandpa desired to exhibit us the family members bible that used to be ‘brought over from eire through the potato famine.’ His tale used to be that Grandpa’s grandfather Isum was once an Irishman, one in all ‘five Irish brothers,’ who got here to the USA escaping the potato famine. I obtained the influence that Grandpa was once delivering the bible to my father for secure retaining. I, as an audacious – or obnoxious - ten-year-old boy, had the temerity to thumb in the course of the large bible and to look at the copyright date. It used to be previous yet now not from eire. It used to be copyright 1876 within the usa. My father had an exceptional snort, and Grandpa was once evidently embarrassed."

    Years later as though abruptly possessed by means of Isum's spirit, the writer begun a seek to determine simply who his nice nice grandfather Isum McCormick used to be and the place his kinfolk got here from. the quest led via hundreds of thousands of files, court docket homes, nationwide data, cemeteries, DNA exams and millions of miles of shuttle simply to yield the truth that the author’s grandpa had no clue approximately his personal grandfather.
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  • An American Family - Since 1630: Vol. I – Paternal Ancestors - download pdf or read online

    By Ronilda Shomberg

    The Shombergs are a really huge relations with deep roots attaining again to the 1st settlers in 1630 (through the maternal line to be characteristic within the subsequent Volumes). this is often the tale of this family members via heritage.
    Volume 1 is devoted to the paternal line who arrived within the US in 1800s and settled in Wisconsin. on the time of the Shombergs, Dombrowskis, Dishers and OStrowskis emigration (1820-1880), their land used to be a part of the Prussian Empire making tough for immigration officers to categorize them. Poland didn't exist at the map of Europe. Poles who have been born in Poland have been registered as being born in Germany, Russia or Austria. simply those that absolutely insisted that they have been Poles have been pronounced as such. that modified after they began to solution the Census takers.
    Throughout the ebook one can find the family members being often called Prussians, Polishes and Germans.
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