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TEXAS REGIMENTS AND UNITS IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY. TEXAS CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS. MUSTER ROLLS OF TEXAS CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS. Compiled by Ron Brothers If you know of a link to any of these units where an "authentic roster" may be found, please contact the webmaster. This button indicates a link to an authentic roster. Muster Roll of Captain Davis Layton’s Company "H" of the first regiment of Oregon mounted volunteers, commanded by Colonel James W. Nesmith, mustered in pursuance of the proclamation of the governor of Oregon territory, dated the eleventh of October, A. D. , to serve in the war against the Yakima and other Indians, from the twenty-third.
Texas Military Volunteers. see also Confederate States of America. Army. Infantry. Hood’s Texas Brigade Texas Volunteer Guard. TEXAS MILITARY VOLUNTEERS, 4TH REGIMENT, CO. D., ACCOUNT BOOK, Texas Mounted Riflemen. see Confederate States of America. Army. Calvary. First Texas Regiment Texas Mounted Volunteers. Texas Mounted Volunteers. Muster Rolls of Mounted Volunteers, Oregon Miltia, 1st and 2nd Regiment; Muster Rolls of Mounted Volunteers, Oregon Miltia, 9th Regiment; Muster Roll of Robert Powell's company of Oregon Scouts (photostatic copy from U.S. National Archives); roll of Over the Top Post No. 81, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Portland, Oregon, circa
Volunteer soldiers who served in various Indian wars or participated in the quelling or solving of Indian disturbances or problems, Florida Units: Gen. R. K. Cal’s Brigade of Florida Mounted Volunteers, Major Leigh Read’s Battalion of Florida Volunteers, Warren’s 1st Regiment of Florida Mounted Volunteers, Regimental and Unit Histories Containing Reports for the Years – Histories of Illinois Civil War Regiments and Units The following histories of Illinois Civil War regiments and units originate from the first eight volumes of the nine volume publication.
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The Mounted Volunteer: a Diary of a Private of Missouri Mounted Volunteers on the Expedition to California, [Richardson, William H., Allen, D. C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Mounted Volunteer: a Diary of a Private of Missouri Mounted Volunteers on the Expedition to California, Author: William H.
Richardson, D. Allen. A Little War of Destiny: The First Regiment of Oregon Mounted Volunteers and the Yakima Indian War of [Jackson, John C.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Little War of Destiny: The First Regiment of Oregon Mounted Volunteers and the Yakima Indian War of Format: Paperback.
The Texas Mounted Volunteers, Fourth Regiment, Company D, Account Book,contains accounts Mounted volunteers. book individual enlisted men of Company D between April and Decemberincluding an indication of death or discharge.
Books shelved as volunteerism: The Volunteer Revolution: Unleashing the Power of Everybody by Bill Hybels, Learning the Language of Global Citizenship: S. Books shelved as volunteering: Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Pena, Volunteer Vacations: Short-Term Adventures That Will Benefit You and Others.
Valley Mounted Volunteers Inc., Appleton. likes. We're here to help. email: [email protected] for membership info Call: () Melinda or. Now, a number of French-Canadians rode with the Oregon Volunteers.
The Battle Begins. On the morning of December 7,the Volunteers awoke to find mounted Indian warriors on the high ground east of the Touchet River, mostly Walla Wallas, but also including Cayuses, Umatillas, De Chutes, Palouses, and possibly elements of other groups.
4th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (4th Mounted Volunteers) Overview: 4th Mounted volunteers. book Regiment was organized with about 1, men during the late summer of Its members were from Gonzales, San Antonio, Bonham, Austin, Livinston, Crockett, and Alto, and Milam and Parker counties.
1st Squadron, Cherokee Mounted Volunteers (Holt's Squadron, Cherokee Mounted Volunteers) 2nd Cherokee Mounted Volunteers (2nd Regiment Cherokee Mounted Rifles or Riflemen) 1st Chickasaw Infantry (Hunter's Regiment, Indian Volunteers) Shecoe's Chickasaw Battalion, Mounted Volunteers; 1st Choctaw and Chickasaw Mounted Rifles; 1st Choctaw Mounted.
Emigrants to Oregon in Surnames A-I compiled by Stephenie Flora copyright The emigration year of stands out as the year of illness and death on the trail for humans and animals alike. Most of the human toll was the result of cholera.
During time of war Americans have always displayed a fondness for volunteer regiments. Teddy Roosevelt’s storied Rough Riders comes to mind but perhaps the most heralded of them all was Colonel Alexander Doniphan’s First Missouri Mounted Volunteers during the War with Mexico.
Muster Role and inspection Returned of a Company of Mounted Volunteers, Raised and organized, 25, Miles South of Red River, Raised for the Protection of the Frontiers of Texas, having no Laws or rooles to go by, we formed a Constitution to govern the Company, and proceeded to Buty, on the 28th Day of AprileFlected the following men.
Full text of "Mexican War veterans: a complete roster of the regular and volunteer troops in the war between the United States and Mexico, from to ; the volunteers are arranged by states, alphabetically" See other formats. A LIST OF KNOWN BOOKS AND DOCUMENTS.
ABOUT. THE BATTLE OF WALLA WALLA. FIRST HAND (FHA) AND SECONDARY (SA) ACCOUNTS (As of Ap ) The following are first hand and secondary accounts of the Battle of Walla Walla. Also included is some information about the participants in this campaign by the Oregon Mounted Volunteers. 3rd Regiment, Texas Cavalry (South Kansas-Texas Mounted Volunteers) Overview: 3rd Cavalry Regiment, organized at Dallas, Texas, in June,contained men recruited at Marshall, Henderson, Ladonia, Greenville, and Dallas.
It was also called "South Kansas-Texas Regiment" probably because it was organized to serve in Kansas. Mexican War veterans: a complete roster of the regular and volunteer troops in the war between the United States and Mexico, from to ; the volunteers are arranged by states, alphabetically Item Preview This book is misleading in that it lists the officers only.
War of Discharge Certificates Updated Febru War of Discharge Certificates Appendix I: List of Units and Subunits Appendix II: List of Company/Detachment Commanders Appendix III: List of Soldiers by Name Appendix IV: List of Soldiers by Unit Appendix IV: List of Soldiers by Unit Legion of the United States Capt.
Alexander Gibson's Co. Henry Blunt, Edward. Union 11th Kentucky Volunteers Roster 11th Kentucky Infantry Regiment, Union Army 11th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry - Casualty List Roster of the Twenty Second Regiment, Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, Union Army 30th Kentucky Mounted Infantry, Union Army 37th Kentucky Mounted Infantry Regiment, Union Army 3rd Kentucky Volunteer Cavalry.
The 3rd Texas Cavalry Regiment or South Kansas-Texas Mounted Volunteers was a unit of mounted volunteers that fought in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil regiment fought at Wilson's Creek and Chustenahlah inPea Ridge, Corinth siege, Iuka, Second Corinth, and the Holly Springs Raid inThompson's Station inand in the Atlanta campaign and at.
These units include Confederate (both Texas State Troops and CSA units) and Union soldiers from the Civil War, Minute Men, Texas Rangers, Republic Rangers, Texas Navy, Texas Volunteer Guard, and soldiers who served in the Spanish-American War.
Documents indexed include muster rolls, payrolls, rosters, returns, and even some election returns. The First Regiment, Texas Mounted Riflemen, was the first regiment in Texas to be mustered into Confederate service in On March 4,Confederate secretary of war Leroy Pope Walker directed Benjamin McCulloch to raise a regiment of ten companies of mounted riflemen to protect the Texas frontier between the Red River and the Rio Grande.1 print: lithograph, hand-colored ; x cm (sheet) | Print shows the battle of Thames with Colonel Richard M.
Johnson and the Kentucky volunteers on the left engaged in battle with Tecumseh and his Native troops. Prominent figures, including Col. Richard M. Johnson, Tecumseh, the Prophet, James Mason, and Major Suggett, are numbered in the print, which includes a corresponding key.New Mexico Unit Listings Volunteers 1st Regiment New Mexico Volunteer Infantry Organized at Fort Union and Santa Fe, July 1 to Auguntil February 3rd Regiment New Mexico Mounted Volunteers Organized at Fort Union and Albuquerque.