Civil War Generals

General George Edward Pickett

General Nathaniel Prentiss Banks At the end of 1862 he was assigned to command a strong expedition to New Orleans, and upon arrival was given command of the Department. Baton Rouge was occupied, and in 1863 he attacked Port Hudson which capitulated after severe fighting on 9th July. In the spring of the following year

Tennessee Civil War Pensions

Tennessee Father’s Application and Misc. Benton County Joseph Alsup (hosted at USGenWeb Archives Pension Project Civil War ) Invalid Application and Misc. Bradley County Robert C. Duggan (hosted at USGenWeb Archives Pension Project Civil War ) Campbell County James Gaylor (hosted at USGenWeb Archives Pension Project Civil War ) P. L. Gibson (hosted at USGenWeb Archives Pension Project Civil

Alabama Miscellaneous Military Records

Cemeteries/Burial Places Alabama Soldiers in the Confederate Cemetery, Spotsylvania Court House, VA Listings by County Chambers County Following hosted at Chambers County ALGenWeb Archives Civil War Records of James L. Blassengame Civil War Records of Jabez Prather Civil War Letter, Robert J. Kellam to his mother David Sargent CSA records Clarke County Following hosted at

Alabama Civil War Miscellaneous Records

Autauga County Autauga County Civil War Monument, hosted at flickr Alabama Civil War Message Board, hosted at History Sites Bibb County Bibb County Soldiers, hosted at Bibb County Alabama GenWeb Avery, Henry W. Bailey, B.T. Belcher, William Henry Brown, Daniel J. Brown, Elijah Canterbury Men Colbert, Thomas W. Deason, John C. Elam, Hiram Elam, John

Alabama Civil War Enlistment Records

Alabama Civil War Enlistment Records Description Barbour County Civil War Enlistments, hosted at ALGenWeb Archives Project Caples, Thomas Calvin 1862, Crenshaw County McLeod, Hugh 1862, Pike County McLeod, Neil 1862, Pike County Pugh, Jesse Y 1862, Pike County Pugh, Nathan David, Pike County Pugh, Wade Hezekiah 1862, Pike County Butler County Civil War Enlistments, hosted

Alabama Civil War Census Records, Confederate

Alabama Blount CountyEnumeration of Confederate Soldiers Residing in Alabama, 1907 (hosted at Blount County Alabama Genealogy) link no longer worksAbel-Armstrong Baxter-Brown Brown-Byrum Calvert-Cox Davidson-Dunn Edwards-Estep Faile-Freeman Gallamore-Guthrie 1862 Blount County Confederate Census (hosted at Robin Sterling’s Blount County, Alabama Research)Surnames A-B Surnames C – D Surnames E – F Surnames G – H Surnames I

Revolutionary War Records

The American revolutionary era began in 1763, after a series of victories by British forces at the conclusion of the French and Indian War ended the French military threat to British North American colonies. Adopting the policy that the colonies should pay an increased proportion of the costs associated with keeping them in the Empire,

World War II

World War II, or the Second World War (often abbreviated as WWII or WW2), was a global military conflict lasting from 1939 to 1945, which involved most of the world’s nations, including all of the great powers, organized into two opposing military alliances: the Allies and the Axis. It was the most widespread war in

World War I Records

Before World War II, the war was also known as The Great War, The World War, The Kaiser’s War, The War of the Nations, The War in Europe, or The European War. In the United Kingdom and the United States it was commonly called The war to end war. In France and Belgium it was

Spanish American War

The Spanish–American War was a conflict in 1898 between Spain and the United States. Revolts against Spanish rule had been endemic for decades in Cuba and were closely watched by Americans; there had been war scares before, as in the Virginius Affair in 1873. By 1897–98 American public opinion grew more angry at reports of

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