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Page 2

'4 Coffins $20.'

Source: Confederate Citizens File » Page 2

Made 25 Sep 2012

Page 3

See related Confederate Citizen File, under Mc Cain, Alfred P. , Page #3, 9 deserters.

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

Made 25 Sep 2012

Page 3

Nine Deserters at $30 each.

Source: Confederate Citizens File » Page 3

Made 25 Sep 2012

Page 3

Company A, 21st North Carolina.

Source: Confederate Citizens File » Page 3

Made 25 Sep 2012

Page 4

Paid Expenses bringing government Prisoner - M PARKER , from Springfield to Little Rock = from Nov 17th to 20th , 1862. $7.00

Source: Confederate Citizens File » Page 4

Made 25 Sep 2012

Page 1

Federal Prisoner , 1864 ; Jail. Botetourt County, Virginia.

Source: Confederate Citizens File » Page 1

Made 25 Sep 2012

Page 2

Fixing 100 Graves.

Source: Confederate Citizens File » Page 2

Made 25 Sep 2012

Page 3

'1864. To fixing 100 graves at 50-cents per grave $50.00. Georgia.

Source: Confederate Citizens File » Page 3

Made 25 Sep 2012

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Attn: Misfiled person; Michael McCabe; Selma, Alabama

Source: Confederate Citizens File » Page 6

Made 25 Sep 2012

Page 7

10th Tennessee Regiment.

Source: Confederate Citizens File » Page 7

Made 25 Sep 2012

Page 20

William Borrow or Barrow, is son of soldier Jack, and was about 5yrs old when his father died. Mother/guardian Anna married 2ndly to John Bear-Paw.

Source: Civil War "Widows' Pensions" » Page 20

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 13

'This Soldier (Jack Borrow) came back to Bentonville from a Scout on ?? with Winter fever is pneumonia and that he died there in Camp very soon after. Was a...

Source: Civil War "Widows' Pensions" » Page 13

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 3

'said Soldier died of Winter fever.'

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

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 3

Catching-Sunday died of Intermittent Fever, February 19, 1865.

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

Made 24 Sep 2012

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2nd Indian Home Guards Volunteers.

Source: Civil War "Widows' Pensions" » Page 10

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 1

Age 22; Described as Black complexion, hair & eyes; born at Hawkins Co., Tennessee; farmer. Enlisted Oct 1, 1864.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - NC » Page 1

Made 24 Sep 2012

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Yu-lok-da (phonetic), Age 24, farmer, born in Cherokee, North Carolina.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - NC » Page 11

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 3

'Taken Prisoner at Plymouth, N.C., [on] April 25, 1864.'

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - NC » Page 3

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 4

Pg 9: 'Killed in action at Plymouth, North Carolina (on) April 20, 1864.'

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - NC » Page 4

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 1

UMPHLET, Lewis. Pg 9: 'Killed in action at Plymouth, North Carolina (on) April 20, 1864.'

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - NC » Page 1

Made 24 Sep 2012

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