6 edition of Reminiscences of a Confederate soldier of Co. C, 2nd Va. Cavalry. found in the catalog.
in [Fincastle? Va
Written in English
|Statement||By R.H. Peck ...|
|LC Classifications||E605 .P36|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||73|
|LC Control Number||14005183|
Civilization Soldiers War Reading Books Livros Word Reading Book The Reader. Reminiscences of a Confederate soldier of Co. C, 2nd Va. Cavalry. Reminiscences of a Confederate Soldier of Co. C, 2nd VA CAV. EVERYONE should read stories from all sides of this conflict. 2nd Georgia Cavalry, Company G, CSA. If you would like to add information, please contact me.. For the Muster Roll for Co G, 2nd Georgia Cavalry go here. The following information was very generously contributed by Jeff Dunn. The company that Littleton M. Spinks joined in became Co. G of the 2nd Georgia Cavalry.
John B. Gordon, by the end of the Civil War, had become one of Robert E. Lee’s most trusted generals. At the outbreak of the war, in , he enlisted as a private soldier, and was elected captain of his s: 5th Virginia Cavalry Co. G Randolph Cavalry (Randolph County) 7th Virginia Cavalry Co. F Hampshire Riflemen (Hampshire & Hardy Counties) Co. G Mason Rangers (Jefferson County, also Loudon Co. VA, & MD) 8th Virginia Cavalry Co. C Grayson Cavalry (Grayson Co. VA, but also Monroe & .
This index also includes Confederate soldiers who later served with the Union Army. 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. Recollections of Thomas D. Duncan: A Confederate Soldier. Nashville, TN: McQuiddy Printing Company, Corinth Rifles, Co. C, 2nd Regiment, 4th Brigade Mississippi Volunteers. Call Number: E D William Henry Elder. Civil War Diary () of .
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at the Internet Archive 2nd Regiment Virginia Cavalry at Southern Historical Society papers; 2nd Virginia Cavalry at This article incorporates public domain material from the United States Government document: "Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System, National Park Service".Branch: Confederate States Army.
This book, "Reminiscences of a Confederate soldier of Co. C, 2nd Va. Cavalry. 1", by Rufus H. Peck, is a replication of a book originally published before It has been restored by human beings, page by page, so that you may enjoy it in a form as close to the original as possible.
Bigger, J.A. C, 2nd Mississippi Cavalry, Armstrong’s Brigade, Army of Tennessee. Diary, April 30 Short but also often great detailed entries of Bigger’s day to day life in the cavalry service.
Some very good information here regarding life in the western Confederate cavalry. The Virginia 2nd Cavalry completed its organization at Lynchburg, Virginia, in May, Its companies were recruited in the counties of Bedford, Campbell, Botetourt, Amherst, Franklin, Appomattox, and Albemarle.
Until the end of October the unit. Full text of "Kentucky cavaliers in Dixie, or, The reminiscences of a Confederate cavalryman" See other formats. Rank: 2nd lieutenant: Unit: Co. C, 7th Virginia Cavalry: Additional service: Co.
D, 8th Battalion Virginia Reserves: wounded 2 AprNewtown, Virginia (left hip) Resigned 8 OctCharles Town, Virginia, due to inability to perform duty because of a hernia (which family tradition says came from an injury when a horse was killed under him).
Free Records for Researching Family Trees. Confederate Veterans and Their War Records Source: Well Known Confederate Veterans and Their War Records, Wm. Mickle, New Orleans, La. Page v. CONTENTS. I MY FIRST COMMAND AND THE OUTBREAK OF THE WAR A company of mountaineers--Joe Brown's pikes--The Raccoon Roughs--The first Rebel yell--A flag presented to the company-- Arrival at Montgomery, Alabama--Analysis of the causes of the war-- Slavery's part in it--Liberty in the Union of the States, and liberty in the independence of the States.
Peck, Rufus H., Reminiscences of a Confederate soldier of Co. C, 2nd Va. Cavalry, (Fincastle, Virginia: np, ).
Peck survived the war and lived well into the 20th century. However, the thunderous roar of battle left him partially deaf; “I never yet heard out of my left ear as I did before.”.
Ap M Bigger was a corporal in the 2nd Mississippi Cavalry, Co. G, Armstrong Brigade. The diary provides detailed movements and day-to-day operations of cavalry throughout Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama, and Georgia.
Typescript available. Location: Small Manuscripts (4 folders). William W. Bowden Letter. 24 August. U.S., Confederate Service Records, This database contains records of Confederate soldiers who served in military organizations that were formed by the Confederate Government. Information available about a soldier includes his name, unit, and rank.
Additional information may be found by viewing the image of the original record. This database provides access to an electronic version of Adjutant General William S. Stryker's two-volume Record of Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Civil War,originally published by the State of New Jersey in There is an account of the creation of Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Civil War in the text of the book.
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Anderson Troop, Independent Cavalry Company. View finding aid. Boos, Louis J. Reminiscences, (in HSP collection of Civil War papers, Collection ).Company 'B,' 6 th Pennsylvania Cavalry. View finding aid. Boyts, Franklin. Diaries, (Am) Company 'C. This listing shows the names and ranks of the Regular Army of the Confederate States of America (ASCA) officers, as well as their ranks in the volunteer Provisional Army of the Confederate States (PACS), if any.
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Captain C. C. Pack's Company: (Mustered into the 21st Cavalry, then was assigned to the 37th Battalion Virginia Cavalry) The information above is from 21 Virginia Cavalry, by John E. Olson. Field & Staff Company A Company B Company C Company C 2nd Company D Company D 2nd Company E Company E 1st Company E 2nd Company F Company G Company G 2nd.The 2nd Infantry Regiment, Florida Cavalry (Confederate) completed its organization at Jacksonville, Florida, in July, Companies in this Regiment with the Counties of Origin [edit | edit source] Men often enlisted in a company recruited in the counties where they lived though not always.