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2 edition of Some Civil War veteran burials in North Carolina. found in the catalog.

Some Civil War veteran burials in North Carolina.

Sherman Lee Pompey

Some Civil War veteran burials in North Carolina.

by Sherman Lee Pompey

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Published in [Fresno? Calif.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • North Carolina.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- North Carolina.,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Registers of dead.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE494 .P654
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[26] l.
      Number of Pages26
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5419578M
      LC Control Number73012665

      A Roster of North Carolina Troops in the War between the States, by Confederate veteran John Wheeler Moore, was an undertaking by the state of North Carolina in to publish a list of its Confederate four volumes of Moore's Roster, as it came to be called, include the names of , soldiers-about 70 percent of the state's Confederate troops-and are arranged by military unit. The following compilation of Civil War Soldiers from Ashe and Alleghany County, North Carolina is presented to make your research easier. If you would like to have copies of the origianal records, please obtain NATF Form 80 from the National Archives, in Washington, DC, complete it .

      It names the Veterans residence as well as their nationality and in some cases where buried. Of the first 3 pages I came up with more states and countries than I can list here. North Carolina; Civil War Veterans Pictures; Confederate Parole Records Gordonsville Receiving and Forwarding Hospital March October Diane has the book. The Battle of Forks Road is a significant moment in the North Carolina's Civil War some 3, African-American volunteers. historical marker honoring black Forks Road veterans buried in.

      In , a year after the territory was divided into South Carolina and North Carolina, the town of Beaufort was founded. Prior to the Civil War, Beaufort was a center of culture and affluence in the American South. Immense fortunes were made through the cultivation of rice, indigo, and later, long-staple sea cotton. Other Burials Marshall C. Sharp (ca) was born in North Carolina and enlisted in the U.S. Army before He served in two regiments open to black enlisted men, the 9th U.S. Cavalry as a cook and in Company K, 10th U.S. Cavalry.


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Some Civil War veteran burials in North Carolina by Sherman Lee Pompey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Valley of the Shadow Civil War Project includes records of Civil War soldiers & veterans from Augusta County, Virginia & Franklin County, Pennsylvania Richmond Daily Dispatch Newspaper - Civil War Period Online Virginia Death Records Indexes and Cemeteries includes some listings for Civil War burials.

Washington. The stone was erected in the s by the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War Camp Negley Post of Tucson and the Burnside Post of Tombstone.

Southern Arizona Veterans Memorial Cemetery. A small flagstone that commemorates the 18 California Volunteers Union veterans and one colored troop buried in the cemetery.

Search For Cemeteries Thousands of the more thansoldiers killed in the Civil War are today buried in the 14 National Cemeteries managed by the National Park Service and the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System will eventually list the names of all those interred.

Note: This is a sublist of List of Confederate monuments and memorials from the North Carolina section. This is a list of Confederate monuments and memorials in North Carolina that were established as public displays and symbols of the Confederate States of America (CSA), Confederate leaders, or Confederate soldiers of the American Civil of the commemoration of the American Civil War.

Researching Civil War Ancestors by Kimberly Powell at 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery or Battery A, 1st North Carolina Artillery, also called "Manly's Battery".

The VA does offer a database of burials in their "Nationwide Gravesite Locator" to search for identified burials of veterans from all wars in the national cemeteries. These records contain card abstracts of entries relating to each soldier as found in original muster rolls, returns, rosters, payrolls, appointment books, hospital registers, Union prison registers and rolls, parole rolls, and inspection reports.

They may also contain the originals of any papers relating solely to a particular soldier. Browse by military unit, then name of soldier, or use the. NC Civil War Rosters - Guides to the listings of Rosters, with links to online books and resources, with descriptions to the various volumes contained in the North Carolina Civil War Roster Project: Register of NC Troops - the State Library, NC Digital Collection: Register of NC Troops - the State Library, NC Digital Collection: Histories of the Several Regiments & Battalions from NC.

Download the Elliot Burial Map from the Library of Congress’s Civil War Maps Collection. For the latest analysis of losses on the third day, see James A. Hessler and Wayne Motts, Pickett's Charge at Gettysburg: A Guide to the Most Famous Attack in American History ().

Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index Fold3. Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index Fold3. Clark's regiments, an extended index: to the histories of the several regiments and battalions from North Carolina in the Great War, (Davis, Charles C.).

Obituaries: North Carolina Civil War Soldiers and Veterans. 12 vols. KIR NCC. Broken Fortunes: South Carolina Soldiers, Sailors and Citizens Who Died in the Service of Their Country and State in the War for Southern Independence, by Randolph W. Kirkland, Jr. NC Confederate Soldiers Burial Information.

U.S. Civil War Soldiers, This database contains the names of approximately million soldiers who served in the American Civil War. In addition to their names, information that may be listed for each soldier includes regiment, company, and rank.

U.S., Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, Confederate Soldiers who served in the Confederate States Army from North Carolina. Buried at the Mexico City National Cemetery and the Corozal American Cemetery are American servicemen who died during the Civil War and Mexican-American War (), and veterans of the Civil War, and Spanish American War.

Some of their names are listed below. Buy Some Civil War veteran burials in North Carolina by Sherman Lee Pompey (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Sherman Lee Pompey. The research has been posted on the web. The list of Blount County veterans stands at They are buried in large church cemeteries and small family plots.

Most Georgia cemeteries contain graves of Confederate soldiers or veterans, but some have entire sections dedicated to those who lost their lives in the Civil War. Andersonville Cemetery The Andersonville cemetery cemetery originally served soldiers who died in the Andersonville prison, the nearby prisoner of war camp.

Kinton, Maxine L. Civil War Veterans to Labette County, Kansas. N.p.: n.d. [Call number K//R/no. 19] Information varies but may include name, birth date, death date, wife's name and birth/death date, place of burial, company, regiment, when to Kansas, residence, and/or length of service.

Many of the birth and death dates are only the year. This section of Lakeview Cemetery is where the bulk of Black Civil War vets are buried.

As you walk throughout Lakeview Cemetery, there are veterans all throughout, some buried. It may be a mutually beneficial relationship, as families may be able to share little-known historic context.

In I helped one descendant locate his Civil War ancestor’s gravesite in the same cemetery where some of ancestors are also buried and assisted in securing a replacement headstone from the Department of Veterans Affairs.

The book is dedicated to the memory of Sgt. Fred Johnson, a Korean War veteran and Civil War re-enactor who participated in many Forks Road.

Wauwatosa, Wisconsin L. E. Miljat, (Family History Library book M28m.) This lists Civil War soldiers from many parts of the country. The applications contain family history information about each veteran, such as name of spouse, father, siblings, or children; Civil War unit; discharge or death date; and burial place.U.S.

Civil War Soldiers, This database contains the names of approximately million soldiers who served in the American Civil War. In addition to their names, information that may be listed for each soldier includes regiment, company, and rank.

U.S., Civil War. On Saturday, December 8,a new marker was dedicated at the base of the Confederate Soldiers Monument in downtown Monroe, North new marker honored the memories of ten known Black Confederate veterans from Union County, North Carolina who received pensions after the War Between the States ( - ) as recognized members of the United Confederate Veterans.