1 edition of Civil War soldiers of Houston County, Texas found in the catalog.
Civil War soldiers of Houston County, Texas
Kathryn Hooper Davis
Includes bibliographical references (p. 291-292) and index.
|Statement||compiled by Kathryn Hooper Davis, Carolyn Reeves Ericson|
|Contributions||Ericson, Carolyn Reeves, 1931-|
|LC Classifications||F392.H7 D38 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||346 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||346|
|LC Control Number||2011277030|
New Texas textbooks, tailored to state standards that downplay the role of slavery in the Civil War and omit mentions of Jim Crow laws or the Ku Klux Klan, are drawing criticism again as the Author: Benjamin Wermund. NINETEENTH TEXAS Nineteenth Texas Infantry Regiment, organized in the spring of under the Confederate States of America's Trans-Mississippi Department, consisted of men from the counties of Northeast Texas, including Davis (now Cass County), Franklin, Harrison, Hopkins, Marion, present-day Morris (was Titus during the war.
(record group ) (bulk ) overview of records locations table of contents administrative history collected bound records of confederate executive, legislative, and judicial . HISTORY OF TEXAS DURING THE CIVIL WAR ERA Some of the camps and forts that existed in Texas during the Civil War era according to the Adjutant General RG Civil War Records, in the Texas State Archives include: Burnett, Camp, *** just west of Crockett in Houston County (Feb. - June Caldwell (Burleson County.
Soldiers from Texas served in both the Union and Confederate armies, though the majority served in the Confederate armies. Texas seceded from the United States on February 1, and joined the Confederate States of America on March 2, Sam Houston. An interpretive sign was provided by the Texas Civil War Centennial Commission in The "Soldiers and Sailors of the Confederacy" monument by Donald De Lue at the Gettysburg battlefield site bears Born: Novem , Itawamba County, Mississippi.
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Get this from a library. Civil War soldiers of Houston County, Texas. [Kathryn Hooper Davis; Carolyn Reeves Ericson]. Houston County in the Civil War Unknown Binding – January 1, by Thomas N Mainer (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Texas book and free.
Meditate with Jesse Israel. Author: Thomas N Mainer. "Civil War Texas" by noted Texas historian and author Ralph A. Wooster is a short but excellent read about the history of Texas during the Civil War. It is a perfect introduction to those who don't know about how the Civil War effected Texas and life inside the Lone Star State during the War /5(5).
CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS OF HOUSTON COUNTY, TEXAS by Kathryn Hooper Davis & Carolyn Reeves Ericson. Gives dates of birth, death, marriage, where buried, parents (if known), service record. Linda Mearse has transcribed the records on file in the State Archives in her book, Confederate Indigent Families Lists of Texas In order to help preserve the original records, please request the.
For each military unit the service records are arranged alphabetically by the soldier's surname. The Military Unit field may also display the surname range (A-G) as found on the microfilm.
This collection is a part of RGWar Department Collection. Texas in theCivil War March 2, The United States was rife with conflict and controversy in the years leading to the Civil War. Perhaps nowhere was the struggle more complex than in Texas.
Some Texans supported the Union, but were concerned about political attacks on Southern institutions. Texas. “The Army of the United States (or Union) military rolls consist of 29 rolls, from 24 captains plus 4 colonels, plus one volume of official copies from the U.
War Department (), of Union troops. Rusk, Cherokee County, Texas, was essential in supplying the Confederacy from through At war's end union troops from Illinois occupied the camp. I never knew the extent the town of Rusk, Texas played in the Civil War.
The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS) is a database containing information about the men who served in the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War. Other information on the site includes histories of Union and Confederate regiments, links to descriptions of significant battles, and selected lists of prisoner-of-war.
USA (1,) > Texas (54,) > Texas Military Records () > Houston County Military Records (3) Note: This page primarily lists records kept at the county level. Statewide collections are found on the Texas Military Records page.
Houston County Military Records. Civil War soldiers of Houston County, Texas. Civil War Camps compiled by Bill Page 29 September July 25 – Co. E, 4th Texas Infantry, HOOD’s Brigade, from McLennan Co.
passed through Millican. “The next morning Captain RYAN ordered Lieutenant SUBLETT and Sergeant DOWNS to ride ahead (on borrowed horses) to Millican, the terminus of the Houston and Texas File Size: KB. After a concerted effort that drew praise from General Magruder, the Union troops surrendered.
On January 2,members of the 42nd Massachusetts and crew of the USS Harriet Lane were. Carter County Confederate Veterans' Reunion: and Ardmore, Oklahoma.
Clarendon Confederate Veterans' Reunion, Clarendon, Donley County, Texas. Erath County Civil War. With the Civil War came the reorganization of the office of Texas Adjutant General, an act of Decem creating an Adjutant and Inspector General, who would also serve as Quartermaster and Commissary General, and Ordnance Officer.
Oversight of the 33 Brigades of the Texas. During the Civil War, the majority of men in the county served the Confederate States of America in frontier units to scout Central Texas in the capacity of a ranger to keep the CSA informed of the locations and activities of both the Indians and Mexicans.
Mike Patterson has spent many years documenting Civil War soldiers who lived in Southlake, Grapevine, Colleyville, Bedford and the surrounding communities. Civil War veterans from both the North and South are buried in White's Chapel (35), Lonesome Dove (17) and Hood (8) cemeteries (although men who fought for the North came here after the war).
IN PHOTOS: Civil War-era maps show Texas, Gulf of Mexico in new light The last battle of the war took place in Texas, near Brownsville, and actually ended in a Confederate victory. Prisoners of War. Camp Ford, Texas. From Harper's Weekly, March 4, Prints and Photographs Collection, / Early in the Civil War, neither side accumulated large numbers of prisoners of war.
As in earlier wars such as the American Revolution and the War. The oldest county in Texas is believed to be hallowed ground on which the spirits of Indians and Confederate soldiers roam freely. Neither the Indians nor Confederate soldiers were successful in.
Anderson County, Texas. Military Records. WAR OF List of Pensioners. TEXAS REVOLUTION. Veterans. Veterans Death Roll. CIVIL WAR. Veterans Death Roll.
List of Pensioners Land Grants for Confederate Veterans Confederate Pension Applicants. Anderson County Civil War .The Shattering of Texas Unionism: Politics in the Lone Star State during the Civil War Era Louisiana State University Press, ; Bell, Walter F.
"Civil War Texas: A Review of the Historical Literature" Southwestern Historical Quarterly (2): ; Buenger, Walter L. Secession and the Union in Texas.The Settlers along Spring and Cypress Creeks face the Civil War by Diana Lynn Severance, Ph.D.
On Februthe people of Texas voted to secede from the United States. Texas was divided into eleven military districts for recruiting soldiers.