6 edition of list of the soldiers, sailors, and marines of the Civil War found in the catalog.
|Statement||prepared for the Department of Massachusetts. Grand army of the republic, by the director of the Bureau of Statistics, in accordance with the provisions of chapter 25 of the Resolves of 1915.|
|Contributions||Grand Army of the Republic. Dept. of Massachusetts.|
|LC Classifications||E494 .M42|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||342|
|LC Control Number||18027169|
Beall claimed Confederate Secretary of the Navy Stephen R. Mallory ordered the destruction of the records, presumably to prevent capture by Federal forces.2 The small size of the corps, combined with this lack of documentary evidence, results in only occasional research by Civil War historians, present-day marines, or individuals researching //winter/ If you do not know what regiment your soldier was in, we recommend using the Soldiers and Sailors Database to find them, and then return here to see if we have more information. Soldiers and Sailors Database We are starting this list with the Union and Confederate Generals, and will
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Get this from a library. A list of the soldiers, sailors, and marines of the Civil War surviving and resident in Massachusetts on April 1. [Massachusetts.
Bureau of Statistics.; Grand Army of the Republic. Department of Massachusetts.] A List of the soldiers, sailors and marines of the Civil War: surviving and residents in Massachusetts on April 1, Statement of Responsibility: prepared for the Department of Massachusetts Grand Army of the Republic by the Direction of Bureau of Statistics in accordance with the provision of chapter 25 of the Resolves of Massachusetts soldiers, sailors, and marines in the civil war Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
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A List of the Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines of the Civil War Surviving and Resident in Massachusetts on April 1, › Books › History › Military. Soldiers and Sailors Database. An important part of the Civil War took place on the high seas or the rivers which flowed through the South.
Civil War sailors' lives could be spent in the tedium of blockade duty off the Gulf or Atlantic Coasts, in the din of battle inside an ironclad, or even in the Pacific raiding Yankee whalers. The Civil War Massachusetts Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines in the Civil War, Vols I-VIII [database on-line].
Provo, UT: Operations Inc, ?dbid= During the Civil War overmen from Massachusetts served in the Union Army. List of the soldiers Massachusetts Civil War Research Center has a name searchable database of oversoldiers, sailors and marines and brief histories of many Massachusetts regiments (with more to be added).
The Family History Library has many records for individual :// Charleston’s Fort Sumter, pictured in Augustwas much fought over by Union and Confederate forces throughout the Civil War. U.S. Marines took a turn at capturing the fort.
The assault boats soon ran aground in the rough surf, and the sailors and Marines jumped into the waves with grapeshot and shrapnel whizzing around their :// 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 records The Official Roster Of OHIO SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES IN THE WORLD WAR Compiled under the direction of Vic Donahey, Governor Thad H.
Brow, Sec’y of State Frank D. Henderson, The Adjutant General TO THE OHIO SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND MARINES WHO SERVED THEIR COUNTRY IN THE WORLD WAR (These Volumes are Respectfully and Gratefully Massachusetts Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines in the Civil War searchable scanned book (requires payment - part of an Ancestry subscription) Middlesex County: Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Mustered out from Lowell, Massachusetts also has a list of Civil War Welcome to the Massachusetts Civil War research center.
This site contains a comprehensive collection of information pertaining to soldiers, sailors and marines who served in Massachusetts units and regiments during the Civil War. Information found on this site was taken in part from documents prepared, compiled and published by the Adjutant A List Of The Soldiers, Sailors, And Marines Of The Civil War: Surviving And Resident In Massachusetts On April 1, [Massachusetts.
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Excerpts from List of ex-soldiers, sailors and marines, living in Iowa (published in ), by William L. Alexander, Adjutant-General for the State of Iowa.
The link takes you to the entire page book, which can be viewed online, or downloaded, in a variety of formats.
The list below consists of those living in Tama County inalphabetized by Massachusetts soldiers, sailors, and marines in the civil war by Massachusetts.
Adjutant General's Office.,s.n.] edition, in English This area of the site allows you to search, by last name only, a database of oversoldiers, sailors and marines that served in Massachusetts units and regiments during the Civil War.
If a match is found a list will be returned giving all soldiers, sailors and marines with that last name, their first name as well as the unit or regiment The sailors of the United States Navy played a vital, if overlooked, role in the course of the Civil War.
These records represent the contributions of thousands of veterans to the Union war effort. The American Civil War was fought between andand began after a number of Southern states seceded from the country and formed the /us-civil-war-sailors Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War.
17 Volumes. Boston, Massachusetts: Wright and Potter Printing, Boston, Massachusetts: Wright and Potter Printing, FHL book M23m ; films and FHL fiche Lists soldier's name, commander's name, county of enlistment, service dates, unit, age A project researching the lives of the soldiers of the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment during the Great War - The Regiment recruited primarily from towns and villages around Preston, Bolton and Chorley in Lancashire but men can be found from anywhere in the :// In June of census enumerators recorded the names of U.S.
soldiers of the Civil War living in Michigan. 42, soldiers were enumerated. 34, were native and 7, were foreign born. Confederate soldiers resided in the state at that time.
were native and 46 were. Finding – Names of Residents & Civil War Soldiers – Part One, By William Dollarhide. Most genealogical records created during the decade of the Civil War are related to the soldiers and regiments of the Union and Confederate states.
But there are numerous records relating to the entire population of the states as ://?p="Massachusetts soldiers, sailors, and marines in the Civil War - to By Massachusetts Adjutant-general's office, Norwood Press, The compilation contains the names of all the men who served in Massachusetts units during the Civil War.
There is a short history of the regiment followed by the names of the War of Muster Rolls We have identified several books that contain Muster rolls for the war of and some include pay rolls.
We have provided a digital copy as well as full text copy which can be searched using control F to open up a search ://