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For other records on Dewitt Clinton Fort, see CSA Confederate Forts Scouts and also 2nd Missouri Cavalry(only 1 index card)

Image, found in Confederate Soldiers - TX: Page 2 · 29 Nov 2011 You

One set of records for Clinton Fort can be found in 7 Texas Infantry.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO: Page 1 · 29 Nov 2011 You

Dewitt Clinton Fort was sometimes called a "bushwacker" and a "guerrilla" but he lead a small body of scouts behind enemy lines to attack and harass the Union forces around…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO: Page 1 · 29 Nov 2011 You

Dr. Fitch reported that 11 men deserted the 13 Tenn Cavalry(US) on the eve of the Battle of Fort Pillow. Some may have been tipped off that the Confederates were preparing to…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Union - TN: Page 4 · 22 Nov 2011 You

Leonidas Willis was an officer in the cavalry branch of Waul's Texas Legion. The legion included infantry, artillery and cavalry. When it joined the army in Mississippi, this…

Image, found in Confederate Soldiers - TX: Page 2 · 20 Nov 2011 You

Bugler Miles Deason of Company B, 13 US Tennessee Cavalry was missing in action at Fort Pillow, TN on April 12, 1864. He was not among the 226 prisoners captured at the fort. He…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Union - TN: Page 2 · 13 Nov 2011 You

See Record for next soldier: "Deason, Milos".

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Union - TN: Page 2 · 13 Nov 2011 You

See previous record for "Deason, Miles".

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Union - TN: Page 2 · 13 Nov 2011 You

This record is very interesting. There was a Battle of Collierville on Nov 3, 1863 and the 2nd Missouri CAVALRY was there. However this soldier was in the 2nd Missouri INFANTRY. …

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO: Page 2 · 01 Nov 2011 You

Isaac Burton's cards are mis-filed under J. Burton of 7 Miss Cav. Isaac Burton records show up in 1 Miss Cav. However, some members of this unit transferred to McGuirk's 3 Miss…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 3 · 01 Nov 2011 You

Nov 3, 1863 was the date of the 2nd Battle of Collierville. General Chalmers lead his division from Oxford, MS to attack the fort and railroad at Collierville. The 3rd Miss Cav…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 12 · 01 Nov 2011 You

As Adjutant to General Chalmers, Capt. Goodman's name appears on many of the orders issued by the general.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Officers: Page 3 · 23 Oct 2011 You

Capt. Walter A. Goodman was Adjutant General to Brig. General James R. Chalmers. Capt Goodman participated in many battles with Chalmers' cavalry division. General Chalmers…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Officers: Page 3 · 23 Oct 2011 You

This is the first card of a record for a different officer: Charles S. Anderson. The next card said he was an Aide De Camp to Brig-Gen Francis Marion Cockrell (October 1, 1834…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Officers: Page 32 · 23 Oct 2011 You

Charles W. Anderson was aide de camp (ADC) to General Forrest. He was present in many of the battles with General Forrest's command.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Officers: Page 3 · 23 Oct 2011 You

Lt-Col William L. Duff commanded Duff's Battalion that began as 19 Battalion Mississippi Cavalry and was later identified as 8 Mississippi Cavalry.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO: Page 106 · 23 Oct 2011 You

It appears from this letter that even the pay master confused the two Robert McCulloch's.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO: Page 59 · 23 Oct 2011 You

Edmund Winchester Rucker (1835 – 1924) was a brigade commander with Forrest's cavalry. Modern Fort Rucker, AL is named after him.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO: Page 32 · 23 Oct 2011 You

Col. Robert McCulloch was called "Black Bob" to distinguish him from his cousin who was called "White Bob". The name referred to the color of his hair. However, later it was…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO: Page 7 · 23 Oct 2011 You

Colonel Robert McCulloch was the original commander of the 2nd Missouri Cavalry. When he promoted up to brigade commander, his cousin replaced him. The new commander was Lt-Col.…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO: Page 7 · 23 Oct 2011 You