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Correct. That is what this card means. It is an index card with no other cards filed after it. It directs you to the other name.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA: Page 1 · 02 Sep 2010 You

Lt. Hubbard was killed at the Battle of Fort Pillow. He was among 7 officers killed in this battle out of a total of 21 killed. That is a high casualty ratio of officers to…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 4 · 02 Sep 2010 You

The 18th Miss Cavalry was also known as the 18th Battalion Miss Cavalry and also as Chalmer's Battalion. It was lead by Major Alexander H. Chalmers, the brother of General J. R.…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 3 · 01 Sep 2010 You

"The battalion, with Chalmers' Division, took part in the capture of Fort Pillow, April 12, 1864, and was the first command to enter the fort, over which the battalion flag was…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 3 · 01 Sep 2010 You

Capt William Green Middleton, Co. E, 18th Miss Cavalry (or aka 18th Battalion Miss Cav or Chalmer's Miss Cavalry) was at the Battle of Fort Pillow on April 12, 1864. After the…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - MS: Page 3 · 01 Sep 2010 You

After the battle, the Confederates bivouacked that night in the surrounding area. There was a truce to allow the Union wounded to be moved to a Union steamer for transportation…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN: Page 5 · 01 Sep 2010 You

The rank and company of this Farris matches the info from Ward's book.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN: Page 5 · 01 Sep 2010 You

From "River Run Red" by Ward. Capt. O. B. Farris, Co. K, Barteau's Cavalry, was placed in charge of the burial detail of the Union soldiers killed at the Battle of Fort Pillow,…

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN: Page 5 · 01 Sep 2010 You

When the steamer Platte Valley arrived, Manuel Nichols boarded it to receive medical aide for his wounds of his head, arm and hands. William Lloyd Garrison's "Liberator" printed…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Nichols, Emanuel · 29 Aug 2010 You

George Houston, Co. D, 6th US Colored Heavy Artillery, was at the Battle of Fort Pillow. When the Confederates over-ran the fort, Houston escaped down the bluff to the banks of…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Houston, George · 29 Aug 2010 You

This info may NOT be for this person. Not sure. The company is different. This info said he used different names: Joe and Joseph. Last name may have been Key, Jarrett or I…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Key, Joseph · 29 Aug 2010 You

There was another soldier named Sandy Addison of Company A, 6 USCHA.

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Addison, Thomas · 29 Aug 2010 You

When the steamer Platte River arrived to take on the wounded while under flag of truce, Addison went aboard to receive aid. Surgeons at Mound City gave him a second chance. He…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Addison, Thomas · 29 Aug 2010 You

From Page 222, "River Run Red". Private Tom Addison, Co. C, 6th US Colored Heavy Artillery, was in the Battle of Fort Pillow. He was born in S. Carolina and taken to Miss in…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Addison, Thomas · 29 Aug 2010 You

Philip Young, Co. A, 6th US Colored Heavy Artillery, was at the Battle of Fort Pillow on April 12, 1864. He was captured and along with 100+ white soldiers and ~30 Black…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Young, Philip · 29 Aug 2010 You

Allen J. Walker had a unique experience after the battle. After the fort fell to the Confederate attack, a Confederate Corporal John C. Peevey of Willis' Texas Battalion made…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Walker, Allen James · 29 Aug 2010 You

Roach Turner was a member of 6th US Colored Heavy Artillery and their service records were recorded as 11th Colored Infantry. Roach Turner was in the Battle of Fort Pillow, Tenn…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Turner, Roach · 29 Aug 2010 You

From "River Run Red". Joe Boyd, Jr. lived with his mother Caroline on the Boyd plantation at Bolivar, Tenn, while his father labored on the nearby Bright place. He fled to find…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Boyd, Joseph · 29 Aug 2010 You

See also record for Sherry Blain (Sherry F. Thornton). He was made to take the name of his Master when he enlisted. just the opposite of this soldier.

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Walker, Allen James · 29 Aug 2010 You

Explanation of the alias name from "River Run Red" by Ward, page 64. Allen James Walker was born in 1845 "in the family and a slave of Mrs. Sallie Walker of Germantown, Tenn. My…

Image, found in Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index: Walker, Allen James · 29 Aug 2010 You