3 edition of Gregg and Upshur counties in the Civil War found in the catalog.
Gregg and Upshur counties in the Civil War
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257) and index.
|Statement||compiled by Bonnie Marlin Ericson, Carolyn Reeves Ericson.|
|Contributions||Ericson, Bonnie Marlin., Ericson, Carolyn Reeves, 1931-|
|LC Classifications||F392.G73 G73 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 298 p. :|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||2009415025|
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Gregg and Upshur counties in the Civil War. [Bonnie Marlin Ericson; Carolyn Reeves Ericson;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
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Buy the Book; Upshur County s. When the Civil War broke out inUpshur County was just 10 years old, having been formed in from parts of Barbour, Randolph and Lewis counties among the Allegheny foothills in the northwestern section of Virginia.
It was named for Abel P. Upshur, former Virginia judge who served as Secretary of the. At the time of the census he had 77 slaves in Upshur County. During the Civil War he enlisted in and was 1st Sergeant in Co.
C, 22nd Regiment, Texas Infantry (Hubbard's), CSA. White, James T. Born in Georgia. Submitted by: Jackie Brooks Mar. 4, From CHICKASAW COUNTY HISTORY VOL. I: Thaddeus Henry Shackleford, b.
Oct. 12, married first Ellen V. Townsend, Nov. 11, was the son of Henry Lee Shackleford born in Virginia and Jane McGowan, b. in Georgia. At the opening of the Civil War, inhe became Captain of Company E,Fifty-fourth Alabama Regiment, Confederate.
Lewis County in the Civil War. Charleston: Jarrett Printing Co., History of Civil War in the county, formations of militia companies from Julyroster of Lewis County Independent Scouts, rosters for several companies from county, and miscellaneous veterans, as well as correspondence.
C Dawson, John Harper. The Upshur Grays, a Confederate infantry company raised in a predominantly Unionist county in western Virginia (later West Virginia) were sworn into state service on May 7,and into Confederate service on Mustered in were 67 men, only four of whom were above the age of Alderman, John P.
Carroll County Civil War soldiers records, Botetourt County, Virginia, Minute Book for Court Exemption from Military Draft,document the board’s ruling on petitions for exemption from military service in the Confederate army. recounting a trip to Upshur County, West Virginia, and criticizing the.
In order to help preserve the original records, transcriptions of the records on file in the State Archives can be found in the publication Confederate Indigent Families Lists of Texas This publication can be viewed on site or requested through interlibrary loan (ILL).
As you walk the cemeteries of Upshur County, Texas and approach any headstone with a person born before that person is most likely a veteran of the Confederate Army in the War between the States.
This book lists the burial sites, by cemetery, of all Confederate veterans buried in Upshur County. On 5 Nov he was appointed Postmaster of Sand Spring, Wood County, Texas. At the time of the census he had 77 slaves in Upshur County.
During the Civil War he enlisted in and was 1st Sergeant in Co. C, 22nd Regiment, Texas Infantry (Hubbard's), CSA. Welch: Eva: D: Family Stone: Welch: Harry: F.
These organizations also supported the Union during the war. This book is a unique presentation of most of the deaths (+) of the soldiers in the West Virginia regiments, with an additional accounting of the dead in ONE Union Militia organization, Company "C" of Upshur County's rd Militia.
First land grants issued in by Republic of Mexico. County created and organized in from Rusk, Upshur counties; named for Confederate Gen.
John Gregg. In U.S. censusesblacks were more numerous than whites. Oil discovered in Category Biographies & Memoirs; Project Option: Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm # of Pages: Publish Date: Language English ; Tags 19th Century life, East Texas history, Upshur County history, gold rush, wagon train, southern history, civil war, Confederate Army, Gilmer Texas, Kaufman County, Marion County Georgia, Leake County, Johnston County North Carolina, Stewart.
Upshur County, Texas in the Civil War. [Carolyn Reeves Ericson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Carolyn Reeves Ericson.
Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. It is probably the most commonly quoted source for a woman in Texas during the Civil War. Books and PeriodicalsAug Photocopy in the Local History Room of Longview Public Library.
[Cotton Plant, Rusk (now Gregg) County, Texas] Bryan, Jimmy L., Jr., ed. "'Whip Them Like the Mischief:' The Civil War Letters of Frank. Buie, Reese Calhoun in front of their home in Upshur County with Arlean and Eugenia Buie. L to R Arlean Rose Buie, Reese Calhoun Buie b. 30 Jun Gilmer,Upshur Co, TX d.
28 Aug Fillmore, Millard Co. Utah. Son of Butler Cornelius Buie former sheriff of Upshur County and Anna Houston b. 05 Aug d. 04 Aug Glenwood, Upshur CO, Texas, Eugenia Anna Buie. Gregg County Texas.
Created init is named for John Gregg, a Confederate General killed in action during the Civil War. Its county seat is Longview.
When Gregg County was created it first consisted of approximately square miles taken from Upshur County, and the Sabine River was its southern boundary. Blacks briefly held a number of political offices in the county after the Civil War, but by the late s the white majority was again firmly in control, partly because the Ku Klux Klan intimidated black leaders.
Meshack Roberts, for example, moved from Upshur County to Marshall after a Klan beating in Virginia provided the following units to the Virginia Militia and the Provisional Army of the Confederate States (PACS) during the American Civil e the state's secession from the Union it would supply them with third most troops from a Southern state (next to Tennessee and North Carolina) along with the newly created West Virginia totaling at 22.
Upshur: One of Upshur County's earliest communities: Catfish: Henderson: Near Athens: Camden aka Walling’s Ferry: Gregg: One of the earliest communities in Gregg County: Caro: Nacogdoches: Once a sawmill town: Carroll Springs: Henderson: A historic church & cemetery remain: Centennial: Panola.This page is a part of the Upshur County, TXGenWeb project and all of the information here is FREE for you to use.reported a Confederate Veterans picnic sponsored by the John B Gregg Confederate Veteran Camp held on Gregg County Court House Grounds.
Submitted by Elaine Martin & Sharon Pierce Shelby County in the Civil War.The records are comprised of correspondence, research files, books, and printed material from a project to compile information on the Confederate veterans of the Civil War who are buried in Texas cemeteries.
Sources include individuals, institutions, and organizations. The project includes an alphabetical ledger, files of contributor correspondence, and information filed by county name.