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The singular vara or plural varas was a unit of measurement used by the Spanish and Portuguese . In Texas, a vara was defined as 33 1/3 inches.

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 5 · 27 Aug 2008 You

Milton Blues, commanded by Captain Jas. T. Mitchell were a North Carolina company which became Co C, 13 N.C. Infantry.

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 31 · 21 Aug 2008 You

Capt John Rareshide commanded Co A, Perserverance Guards, 22nd Louisiana Infantry Regiment

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 189 · 18 Aug 2008 You

All companies from the 7th La Inf Regt

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 171 · 18 Aug 2008 You

Co D, Marion Guards, 22nd La Inf Regt

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 170 · 18 Aug 2008 You

Co G, 8th La Inf Regt

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Co F, 9th La Inf Regt

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 143 · 18 Aug 2008 You

Company B(1st) , 1st. Louisiana Infantry Regiment

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 138 · 18 Aug 2008 You

Probably the Miliken Bend Guards, company E, 9th Louisiana Infantry Regiment.

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 135 · 18 Aug 2008 You

Pointe Coupee Volunteers were company H of the 11th Louisiana Infantry Regiment. Wylie Barrow resigned as Captain on 7th Feb 1862.

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 119 · 18 Aug 2008 You

Capt. Marks commanded the Twiggs Rifles which wer company G of the 23rd Louisiana Infantry Regiment.

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 61 · 18 Aug 2008 You

The Continental Guards were company F of the 11th Louisiana Infantry Regiment.

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 41 · 18 Aug 2008 You

Shoup's Arkansas Battery - Captain James C. Shoup listed 98 men, three mountain howitzers, two 25 pound mountain howitzers at the battle of Prairie Grove. He must have lost one…

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 91 · 16 Aug 2008 You

Captain Reid's Artillery Battery was known as the Fort Smith Artillery and served at Wilson's Creek, Missouri

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 14 · 14 Aug 2008 You

Oliver Basham was Captain of Co. C, 1st Arkansas Mounted Rifles. Presumably these items were for his company or regiment prior to their march to the battle of Wilson's Creek in…

Image, found in Confederate Citizens File: Page 12 · 14 Aug 2008 You