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This card is for Capt. Robert A. McCulloch, who enlisted under Col. Robert McCulloch. The two McCulloch's were cousins & not brothers or father/son. Capt. Robert A. McCulloch…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MO: Page 2 · 23 Oct 2011 You

Lt-Col Harris was wounded in the arm on June 25, 1865. One of the Union soldiers killed in this altercation was Francis Long, age 20, of Company L, 13th New York Cavalry. The 13…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 2 · 22 Oct 2011 You

Thomas Walton Harris was a 35-year old lawyer who served in Company B, 9th Miss. Regiment and was at the Battle of Shiloh. Later, he changed to the Cavalry and formed his Harris…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 2 · 22 Oct 2011 You

Col. J. E. Forrest Commanding 4th Brigade. This is Jeffrey Forrest, the brother of General Nathan Forrest. He was killed at the Battle of Okolona. Some accounts report that…

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 3 · 19 Oct 2011 You

The 2nd Tennessee Cavalry was formed in June 1862 by consolidating the 1st (McNairy's) and 7th(Bennett's) Battalion Tennessee Cavalry. In June 1863, one Alabama company and two…

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 7 · 19 Oct 2011 You

Wilson's Regiment: The 16th Tennessee Cavalry or Wilson's Cavalry was also known as 21st (Wilson's) Tennessee Cavalry. It was formed in Feb. 1864. It merged with 21 Tenn Cavalry…

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 7 · 19 Oct 2011 You

This invoice is dated Jan 20, 1863, Grenada, Miss. Grenada was the site of a training camp and was where General Chalmers organized & trained his cavalry division in the summer…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Officers: Page 26 · 14 Oct 2011 You

This document appears to be reimbursement to Brig Genl James Z. George for work performed by his slave hands named "Coffee", "Jeff" and "Henry".

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Officers: Page 26 · 14 Oct 2011 You

This memo was dated Nov. 6, 1863. Col. J. Z. George was captured at the 2nd Battle of Collierville, TN on Nov. 3, 1863, while leading the charge of the 5 Miss Cavalry against the…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Officers: Page 10 · 14 Oct 2011 You

Also, the quote from Ward's book seems to indicate that both Wm Hamer and his slave Nick Hamer were present at the Battle of Fort Pillow, TN, on April 12, 1864. It stated that…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 2 · 14 Oct 2011 You

According to the source listed below, William F. Hamer was a member of the 5th Mississippi Cavalry and he had one of his slaves named Nick Hamer who was serving as a…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 2 · 14 Oct 2011 You

Major Hugh Muse, Jr. was laid to rest in Memorial Park in Memphis on 8 October 2011. When his plane crashed, a local Italian buried him. Only recently, some Italian historians…

Image, found in Missing Air Crew Reports, WWII: Page 5 · 08 Oct 2011 You

Line No. 6 is Jesse Woodson James, the famous outlaw. He was living with his mother, Zarilda, and step-father before the Civil War started and when he learned his trade.

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 133 · 07 Sep 2011 You

The 2nd name on this page is Col. Robert McCulloch, who was commanding the 2nd Brigade. He was slightly wounded.

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 4 · 01 Sep 2011 You

Falkner's (or Faulkner's) Cavalry was also known as 1st Miss. Partisan Rangers and later the 7th Miss Cav Regiment. Commanders were Col. William C. Falkner (previously commander…

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 3 · 01 Sep 2011 You

7th Tennessee Cavalry was commanded by Col. William L. Duckworth.

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 3 · 01 Sep 2011 You

19th Mississippi Cavalry Battalion or Duff's Cavalry became the 8th Mississippi Cavalry. Not to be confused with the 19th Battalion Mississippi Cavalry raised by Col. J. Z.…

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 3 · 01 Sep 2011 You

18th (Newsom's) Tennessee Cavalry aka 19th Tenn Cav Regiment. Col John F. Newsom, Lt-Col Dew Moore Wisdom

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 8 · 01 Sep 2011 You

Col. Robert McCulloch and Lt-Col. Robert A. McCulloch were not same person. Col. Robert "Black Bob" McCulloch commanded a cavalry brigade at this date that included the 2nd…

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 3 · 01 Sep 2011 You

7th Tenn Cavalry also known Duckworth's Cavlary under Colonel Leonidas Duckworth and had combined with 6 Tenn Cavalry and 7 Tenn Cavalry. During Forrest's West Tennessee Raid,…

Image, found in Confederate Casualty Reports: Page 5 · 01 Sep 2011 You