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Thomas Charles Land Residence Wilkes County NC; 33 years old. Enlisted on 5/31/1861 at Wake County, NC as a Corporal. On 5/31/1861 he mustered into "B" Co. NC 1st Infantry He…

Image, found in landglenn's uploads: Thomas Charles Land.jpg · 27 May 2015 You

Households of William Thomas & son, Reverend Linville Land in 1860 Wilkes Co.NC.

Image, found in landglenn's uploads: william thomas & linville land households... · 18 May 2015 You

Sam Reynolds, slave of Homer Reynolds, his body servant in the battle of Atlanta. Sam Reynolds returned to Powder Springs several times during the conflict to take supplies to…

Image, found in landglenn's uploads: body sevant sam reynolds.jpg · 15 May 2015 You

James (1851-1929) married Cynthia Elizabeth Cox Elijah (1852-1940) married Clarissa Andrews Edith (1854-1942 married Thomas Andrews Mary (1856-1941) married Walter…

Spotlight: My 2 x great grandparents in 1860 Wilkes... · 17 Mar 2015 You

David is receipted for clothing shortly before arriving at the front in Virginia to Company I of the 13th NC Witnessed by his drillmaster, Lt Wright Huske.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - Misc: Page 1 · 20 Aug 2014 You

Oldest child, James, age 9, my great-grandfather.

Image, found in Census - US Federal 1860: Page 134 · 20 Aug 2014 You

J. J..Land, Private Capt A. A. Blair's Company of Tennessee Volunteers. Age 18 Muster-in Roll dated Knoxville,Tn Enlisted May 5,1862 at Jonesboro,Tn Mustered in at Knoxville, Tenn.

Image, found in Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - TN: Page 2 · 19 Jan 2012 You

Rev Land was a 1st cousin to my gr,gr, grandfather, David Land. The Rev's brother, CSA Lt. Thomas C. Land 1st & 53rd N.C.Inf wrote the poem " The Death of Laura Foster " Tom " sat…

Spotlight: " HANG DOWN YOUR HEAD TOM DOOLEY, POOR BOY... · 22 Mar 2008 You

Married Annie Swanson in FEB 1854

Spotlight: CSA Private Elbert W. ANDREWS Father of... · 29 Feb 2008 You

Several of my North Carolina ancestor/relatives served in this proud regiment One of North Carolina's mottos: " First at Bethel, Farthest at Gettysburg, Last at Appomattox " the…

Spotlight: First Confederate Casualty of the Civil... · 09 Feb 2008 You