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Page 37

Panola (MS) Sept 4, 1863

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - CSA » Page 37

Made 17 Nov 2013

Page 5

"To one coffin for remains of Lindsay Cochran, Co. I, 5 Tenn Inf"

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

Made 07 Oct 2013

Page 16

72 (corrected to 22)

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS » Page 16

Made 28 Sep 2013

Page 99

Wauls Texas Legion

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO » Page 99

Made 13 Sep 2013

Page 97

1st Regt Miss Partisans

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO » Page 97

Made 13 Sep 2013

Page 3

Killed at Collierville

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

Made 13 Sep 2013

Page 99

The absence of company books and muster rolls make it impossible for me to give a full and correct record of the company.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO » Page 99

Made 13 Sep 2013

Page 91

you will find that this company has been in about forty-five different engagements to say nothing of picket fighting & picket duty, marches & C...

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO » Page 91

Made 13 Sep 2013

Page 27

and was then known as McCulloch's Co.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO » Page 27

Made 13 Sep 2013

Page 23

the first week of May 1864, Lt Col McCulloch was then recognized as the Lt. Col of the Regt by both his Superior & inferior in rank

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO » Page 23

Made 13 Sep 2013

Page 23

S. M. Hyanis appointment having been declared illegal there was a vacancy in the office of Lt. Col of the Regiment R. A. McCulloch Major was promoted to Lt....

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO » Page 23

Made 13 Sep 2013

Page 21

was appointed Major by order of Brig Gen (J. R.) Chalmers not withstanding he was not the next Senior Captain

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

Made 13 Sep 2013

Page 190

Capt. Rickenbacker forced this German aircraft down and capture it. It is a Hannover CL.II .

Source: Gorrell's History - AEF Air Service » Page 190

Made 28 Aug 2013

Page 3

On the 10th Maj Cozzens with Co's G & E (?) commanded respectively by Capt. Harper & Smith marched to the Memphis & Charleston RR and des-troyed...

Source: Confederate Casualty Reports » Page 3

Made 14 Jul 2013

Page 26

he has a gun shot wound of the ^left hip (ball not extracted) received at South Mountain, Md and also a shell wound over the lower third of the left Scapula,...

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 26

Made 01 Jul 2013

Page 31

topographical survey at Fort Pillow(?)

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - Colored Troops 8th-13th Infantry » Page 31

Made 20 Jun 2013

Page 4

Prisoner of War in Hands of the enemy since Apr 12, 64 Taken at Fort Pillow Tenn

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - Colored Troops 8th-13th Infantry » Page 4

Made 23 May 2013

Page 2

Was wounded in acion at Fort Pillow Apl 12 /64 and taken prisoner. Died in Rebel prison.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - Colored Troops 8th-13th Infantry » Page 2

Made 21 May 2013

Page 1

6 U.S. CHA - 6 US Colored Heavy Artillery

Source: Civil War Service Index - Union - Illinois » Page 1

Made 21 May 2013

Page 2

Died of Gunshot Wound Apr25/64

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - TN » Page 2

Made 18 May 2013

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