4 edition of Census of Confederate veterans residing in southeast Alabama in 1907 found in the catalog.
Census of Confederate veterans residing in southeast Alabama in 1907
Homer T. Jones
|Other titles||Census of Confederate veterans in SE Alabama in 1907|
|Statement||compiled by Homer T. Jones.|
|LC Classifications||E548 .J66 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 261 p. :|
|Number of Pages||261|
|LC Control Number||99214251|
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Get this from a library. Census of Confederate veterans residing in southeast Alabama in [Homer T Jones] -- "The edited census' contained in this publication are for the southeast Alabama counties of Barbour, Bullock, Butler, Coffee, Covington, Crenshaw, Dale, Geneva, Henry, Houston and Pike.".
This Census, conducted by the Alabama Department of Archives and History, recorded a listing of Confederate soldiers who resided in Alabama inwhether they had served for Alabama or some other state.
It didn’t matter if they had served in the Army, Navy. Originals are located in the Alabama Department of Archives and History in Montgomery, Alabama. Alabama, Census of Confederate Veterans, — Attention: This site does not support the current version of your web browser.
About Alabama, Census of Confederate Soldiers,This is a collection of two censuses of Confederate Soldiers residing in Alabama in the early s. Both were carried out more for pension purposes than for numbering purposes, but the census counted any Confederate veterans residing in Alabama, not just those who served for a regiment.
Census of the Confederate Veterans Residing in Southeast Alabama in Cemetery Records of Confederate Veterans Buried in Dale County Settlers And Their Sons In Or Near The Junction Of The East And West Choctawhatchee Rivers; Dale County, AL prior to Jefferson County, Alabama.
Census of Confederate Veterans. Transcribed by Veneta McKinney. No 1 Full Name: ABERNATHY, WM WILSON Present Post Office; Bessemer RFD No 3 Ala Was born on Jany 9, at Pleasant Hill in the county of Jefferson in the state of Ala; First entered the service as private on in the 28th Ala Co D and.
Master Index to Census of Alabama Confederate Soldiers Library Binding – January 1, by The Gregath Publishing Company (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Library Binding, January 1, Author: The Gregath Publishing Company.
"Census of Confederate Veterans Residing in Southeast Alabama in " by Homer Jones, Pioneer Publishing Company; Henry County Alabama Ancestral Homesteads Ancestral Homestead books, one for each county in Alabama.
The books are compiled from original U.S. land records as supplied by the General Land Office. Source: Homer T. Jones, Census of Confederate Veterans Residing in Southeast Alabama inPioneer Pub., Carrollton, MS,FHL US/CAN Book M2j James Miles Cullpepper (sic), born 27 Feb at Columbus, Muscogee Co., GA; enlisted at Clayton, AL on 5 Mar in Company I, 39th Alabama Regiment and continued until April In the Alabama Pensions Commission requested a survey be taken of Confederate widows residing in the state to provide data for future funding decisions.
This database contains questionnaires and other documents, such as affidavits attesting to a soldier’s service, associated with this survey. t census of confederate veterans residing in southeast alabama in Donated in memory of Wayland Giles by CCGS McLane, Bobbie Jones & Desmond Walls Allen.
Captured at Elk River 2 Jul ***Note: Census has him in the Cavalry - see below.) Census of Confederate Veterans Residing in Southeast Alabama in compiled by Homer T Jones SCV/MOSB, Ozark, Alabama pg Powell, Daniel: Geneva, born in. – Alabama, Madison County, census and pension rolls of Confederate soldiers, ; – Census or enumeration of Confederate soldiers residing in Alabama, ; – Alabama, federal census: soundex and population schedules; – United States Census,index & images.
Alabama Census Index. () GS 2: Ref F J Jones, Homer T. Census of Confederate Veterans Residing in Southeast Alabama in () GS 8: Ref E J65 Lackey, Richard S. Frontier Claims in the Lower South. () GS 7: E L3. Welcome to Lisa's Cemetery Site & Other Odds & Ends Email.
Census or Enumeration of Confederate Soldiers Residing in The State of Alabama. Baldwin County, Alabama. The Baldwin County Census was VERY hard to read, so there may be mistakes.
CREDITS: Information marked with "**" is courtsey of Steve Stacey. Census of Confederate Soldiers Living in Greene County Alabama. From Greene County, Alabama Court House, Census of Confederate Soldiers (spine below).
Click on the soldier's name to view the original image in a new window. Confederate veterans of Pickens County that were born or lived in Greene can be found on the Pickens confederate. Census or Enumeration of Confederate Soldiers Residing in The State of Alabama ENLISTED AT: Atkinison, John Henderson: 28 July Co.
Alabama Corp of Cadets: Tuscaloosa, Alabama: Braswell, Elberton: 08 September Co. A, 3rd Regiment Alabama Cavalry: Mt.Alabama, Census of Confederate Veterans, at FamilySearch; Bullard, Karen C.
and Annette J. Connor. Census of Confederate Soldiers Residing in Alabama, in Pike, Bullock and Crenshaw Counties. n.d. Digital version at FamilySearch Digital Library.
World War I. Enumeration of Confederate Soldiers residing in Randolph Co AL, born in Coweta Co GA. Bowen, John A, born 11/20/ in Coweta Co GA, Co K, 18th AL Inf, captured at Knightsville, TN 12/16/ Clifton, John T, born 1/29/, Coweta Co GA, Co G, 47th AL Inf Germany, Floyd born 6/6/, Coweta Co GA, Co Confederate Soldiers in Alabama in Read More».
The Census of Confederate soldiers residing in Marion and Lamar Counties and part of the Census from Fayette County are included, along with reunions, muster rolls, some company rosters, and many pension lists.
Names of veterans and wives are fully indexed in this page, hardcover edition.Transcribed Alabama Census of Confederate Veterans. Access Genealogy - Alabama Census Records. Census links for online census research.
Access Genealogy - Cooper Rolls. Census Roll of Choctaw families residing east of the Mississippi River and in the states of Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama made by Douglas H. Cooper, US Agent for.Remarkable! – an Letter from an Alabama Confederate Soldier residing in Texas May 8, May 8, by Donna R Causey [This is the transcription of a letter written in back to a newspaper in Alabama that tells the location and names of some Alabamians who moved to Texas and describes life in Texas at the time.].