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Page 108

MARTIN, J.R. Lieut. Co. C. 69 Indiana. [#1412 Turner Index] 'Concerning Negro hunting by army.'

Source: Civil War Subversion Investigations » Page 108

Made 15 Jul 2012

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Major John AMBLER , Quartermaster C.S. Army. Paymnt endorsement for sum of $134.34 paid to P.W. WARD for 1-year of extra duty at Libby Prison from Oct 8,...

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - GA » Page 14

Made 15 Jul 2012

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J.D. WADKINS , Pvt Co B, 44 Regt, GA. C.S.A. General Hospital

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - GA » Page 10

Made 15 Jul 2012

Page 11

J.D. WATKINS , Pvt. Co.B , 44 Regt GA. 1862 Sept 6 admitted into Greaner's Hosp #18, Richmond, Virginia.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - GA » Page 11

Made 15 Jul 2012

Page 1

Jacob WATKINS, signs as Jacob WADKINS; Ladies Hospital, Montgomery, Alabama ; 1864.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Misc » Page 1

Made 15 Jul 2012

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WACKINS, James

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Misc » Page 3

Made 15 Jul 2012

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10-20-1863. James WATKINS, Pvt. CSA VA. Union Prisoner.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Misc » Page 11

Made 15 Jul 2012

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"My fencing was all burnt for fuel [by Union soldiers]- about half my farm was enclosed...My farm was about 50 acres ..." -answer of clmnt Mrs....

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 15

Made 13 Jun 2012

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'I know the Yankees were on the side of the colored people & I was on their side - I was born free - So was my husband [Dixon Taylor] "- Mrs. Lucy...

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 14

Made 13 Jun 2012

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'All I could do for the soldiers was to cook for them.'

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 14

Made 13 Jun 2012

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Mrs. Lucy GREEN TAYLOR: 'I don't know my A, B, C, s- (i.e. illiterate).

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 14

Made 13 Jun 2012

Page 12

"General Butler's army was camped all around it [their farm] for months before the fall of Richmond." Farm in Charles City County.

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 12

Made 13 Jun 2012

Page 12

Martha Taylor (colored, born free) age 42, one of the daughters of clmt Mrs. Lucy GREEN TAYLOR and decd Dixon TAYLOR; Martha washed & served the...

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 12

Made 13 Jun 2012

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William HENDERSON (colored), of Richmond, VA, age 49, Stevedore; son-in-law of Mrs. Lucy GREEN TAYLOR widow age 75, colored born free with 50acre farm

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 11

Made 13 Jun 2012

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1878 Lucy GREEN TAYLOR, widow, age 75, (Free Colored Person) then of Charles City County, now lives w son in Henrico Co, Farm destroyed: Claimed $1000.00...

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 1

Made 13 Jun 2012

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John W. AMMONS

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 20

Made 13 Jun 2012

Page 21

[Correction] E.M. MARABLE is E.W. MARABLE. Edward W. MARABLE

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 21

Made 13 Jun 2012

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E.W. MARABLE

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 5

Made 13 Jun 2012

Page 91

Samuel FRAUNCIS (FRAUNCES)

Source: Continental Congress - Misc » Page 91

Made 20 Apr 2012

Page 70

Lt. John LYNN , Maryland

Source: Numbered Record Books » Page 70

Made 18 Apr 2012

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