Other Annotations by 2_Paleo, 1021-1040

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Page 14

John Gillespie; Private, Company E, 5th Regiment Virginia.

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

Made 21 Sep 2012

B-85 Landing at White House, Pamunkey River, 1864.

Grey (partial)

Source: Brady Civil War Photos » B-85 Landing at White House, Pamunkey...

Made 11 Sep 2012

B-85 Landing at White House, Pamunkey River, 1864.

Turtle.

Source: Brady Civil War Photos » B-85 Landing at White House, Pamunkey...

Made 11 Sep 2012

Page 3

Cause of death: Small pox

Source: Civil War "Widows' Pensions" » Page 3

Made 07 Sep 2012

Page 3

Claim for 'Mother' pension.

Source: Civil War "Widows' Pensions" » Page 3

Made 07 Sep 2012

Page 9

image of Wedding Certificate, with surname spelled as 'SORRIL'.

Source: Civil War "Widows' Pensions" » Page 9

Made 07 Sep 2012

Page 2

Company B, 26th Regiment, U.S. Colored Troops.

Source: Civil War "Widows' Pensions" » Page 2

Made 07 Sep 2012

Page 2

death by typhoid fever.

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 07 Sep 2012

Page 2

Cholera Epidemic. Died 6 Sept 1866

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 07 Sep 2012

Page 2

Occupation: Baker.

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 07 Sep 2012

Page 8

His brother Sergeant William McCabe, "E-9" Cavalry at Fort Washakie, Wyoming

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 8

Made 07 Sep 2012

Page 2

'Copper complexion'.

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 07 Sep 2012

Page 2

Buried at McEver's Ranch, New Mexico,

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 07 Sep 2012

Page 2

Company B, 9th Regiment, U.S. Cavalry.

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 07 Sep 2012

Page 2

Reported as born in Denver, Colorado; mulatto; enlisted at New York; died at McEvers Ranch in New Mexico of wounds recvd in action with Indians 1879.

Source: Final Statements, 1862-1899 » Page 2

Made 07 Sep 2012

Page 1

'Requests permission for her sister H PRIMER to come from Suffolk, Virginia.

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 1

Made 06 Sep 2012

Page 5

'...He was very drunk at the time' -(affdvt of) James P. Bartlett'

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 5

Made 06 Sep 2012

Page 1

evidence against George PRIMM , a citizen of Clarksburg, WVa.

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 1

Made 06 Sep 2012

Page 1

Sept 14, 1864, Letter. Resident of Alexandria Road, Newport, Kentucky wrote: Sir, On Yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon- Three men from a Colored Regiment were...

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 1

Made 06 Sep 2012

Page 2

Letter front and verso has surname written by Sarah Ann as both PRINDEL and PRINDLE. Sarah Ann says she is the wife of soldier Charles D. PRINDLE; has family...

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 2

Made 06 Sep 2012

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