Other Annotations by 2_Paleo, 1041-1060

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Employee of the Pacific Railroad; Boiler-Maker Machine Shop; Saint Louis, Missouri.

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 1

Made 06 Sep 2012

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a Citizen.

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 2

Made 06 Sep 2012

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In April 1863, WIlliam PRINCE is age 48, occupation farmer.

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 1

Made 06 Sep 2012

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prisoner returned under the President's (Abraham Lincoln) Proclamation.

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 2

Made 06 Sep 2012

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Sandford PRINCE has a wife and ten children.

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 2

Made 06 Sep 2012

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Peter PRINCE: 'colored' (or mulatto), 37 years, 6ft 2in; Blue eyes, Dark hair.

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 2

Made 06 Sep 2012

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... investigation of some slave property - title check '

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 2

Made 06 Sep 2012

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Oath of Allegiance: Peter PRINCE ; Randolph County, Arkansas.

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 1

Made 06 Sep 2012

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U.S. Ella (river rover).

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 6

Made 06 Sep 2012

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U.S. river rover, 'Monarch'.

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 6

Made 06 Sep 2012

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Paul PRINCE affadavit: ' I live in St Louis, Missouri, and have always been owned by Mr. Pierre CHOTEAU. Sometime, I think, in July last, Mr Choteau, my...

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 6

Made 06 Sep 2012

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Parole of honor.

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

Made 06 Sep 2012

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Medical Certificate.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 7

Made 06 Sep 2012

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Wound left hand; dx Vulnus Sclopet.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 34

Made 06 Sep 2012

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note of 'Mix up somewhere'; appears there may be two soldiers by same name, both P.O.W.s - one who died and one released 1865.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 29

Made 06 Sep 2012

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BRINKLEY, H.G. , 2nd Lt. , Co I, 41st VA, captured at Petersburg VA on July 15, 1864; Reported died POW at Fort Delaware on December 25, 1864; Inflam....

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

Made 06 Sep 2012

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Re-enlisted a non-commissioned officer; Wounded at Malvern Hill.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 6

Made 06 Sep 2012

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'This Company mustered for pay on the battle field of Manassas on the 3rd...'

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 54

Made 05 Sep 2012

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Fredericksburg..was relieved by the 57th VA Regiment...

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 51

Made 05 Sep 2012

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Co A-53 VA Inf: engaged in battle of Gettysburg on the 3rd, and on the 4th took charge of (Union) Prisoners and conducted them to Williamsport..

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 46

Made 05 Sep 2012

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