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Dwelling/Family 122/1321 E. H. Hill was Emily (Martin) Hill, the widow of JOEL HILL; born Jan 31, 1806, died May 28, 1853 at age 47. Joel & Emily Hill are buried on the family…

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 187 · 15 May 2012 You

History of Camp Hope from Findagrave.com In 1862, there were thousands of Confederate soldiers from Texas and Arkansas gathered near the settlement of Austin (Lonoke Co.) They…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - AR: Page 5 · 12 May 2012 You

Internet genealogy sites state that William L. Pritchard died at Camp Hope, ARK, on October 2, 1862. The cause of death is unknown, but I assume it had to be disease.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - AR: Page 5 · 11 May 2012 You

McCulloch'a Brigade was commanded by Col. Robert McCulloch (aka "Black Bob"). The 2nd Missouri Cavalry was lead by his cousin Lt-Col. Robert A. McCulloch (aka "White Bob).

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 6 · 29 Apr 2012 You

The first name on this page is John T. Lawler, commander of Co. "C", 7 Tenn Cavalry, formerly Co. "F", 6th Battalion, of men from Shelby County, Tenn.

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 3 · 29 Apr 2012 You

The 7th Tennessee Cavalry (CS) was commanded by Col. William L. Duckworth. The 2nd casualty on this page is Capt. Alex Duckworth who commanded Company L, 7 Tenn Cav, composed…

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 3 · 29 Apr 2012 You

Col. Robert V. Richardson commanded one of the brigades of Gen. James R. Chalmers' cavalry division. He was originally the commander of the 12 Tennessee Cavalry regiment.

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 2 · 29 Apr 2012 You

On Oct 5, Gen. James R. Chalmers ordered his cavalry division on a raid to attack the Railroad that runs between Memphis and LaGrange, Tenn. Gen. Chalmers cavalry division was…

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 1 · 28 Apr 2012 You

The 2nd Battle of Collierville (Tenn) occurred on Nov 3, 1863, just 2 weeks after the first one(on Oct 11). The 5 Mississippi Cavalry(George's) regiment suffered the highest…

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 7 · 28 Apr 2012 You

Name in list, Lt. Holt, may be Brevet 2nd Lt Joshua Holt whose records are found in Service Records under Tenn, Capt. Jackson's Company.

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 8 · 20 Apr 2012 You

Since many of the Tennessee soldiers of General Forrest's command lived in West Tennessee, Private Pyland was left in West Tennessee until he recovered from his wound.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN: Page 3 · 14 Apr 2012 You

Aircraft found on Vicenza airfield on 4 May 1945 included: Bf-109 G-8/R5 Demolished Fw 190 F-9 Wrecked and looted Fw 190 F-8/R1 Wrecked and looted Ju-87 D-5 Wrecked and…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 01 Apr 2012 You

Col. Elliott Roosevelt was the son of President F. D. Roosevelt. At this time Col. Roosevelt was assigned to 90th Reconnaissance Wing, 22 November 1943–25 January 1944 at the…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 31 Mar 2012 You

This memorial ceremony at Sicily must have occurred after the fighting was completed. This was the time frame when General Patton slapped a soldier in a hospital and was…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 24 Mar 2012 You

Catania is located on the East side of Sicily, south of Monte Etna.

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 24 Mar 2012 You

Castelvetrano is located on the west side of Sicily.

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 24 Mar 2012 You

The date has to be wrong on some of these photos. By July 5, 1944, the Allies had landed in Italy and pushed north of Rome. This photo was probably taken July 5, 1943. By…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 2 · 24 Mar 2012 You

The photo caption implies this is a Stuka dive bomber. This is a German Ju-88 medium bomber.

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 1 · 24 Mar 2012 You

During his visit to Sicily in December 1943, President Roosevelt personally pinned the Distinguished Service Cross on General Mark Clark for his leadership in the landing at…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 7 · 24 Mar 2012 You

During his visit to Sicily in December 1943, President Roosevelt personally pinned the Distinguished Service Cross on General Mark Clark for his leadership in the landing at…

Image, found in WWII US Air Force Photos: Page 44 · 24 Mar 2012 You