2 edition of Kentucky soldiers and their regiments in the Civil War found in the catalog.
Kentucky soldiers and their regiments in the Civil War
Steven L. Wright
2009 by McDowell Publications in Utica, Ky .
|Statement||by Steven L. Wright|
|LC Classifications||E509.4 .W74 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <1> :|
|LC Control Number||2010290488|
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Wright, Steven ky soldiers and their regiments in the Civil War: abstracted from the pages of contemporary Kentucky newspapers.(Utica, Kentucky: McDowell Publications, c) FHL M2ws vols. ; For the census of Union veterans of the Civil War, see the "Census" section.
Confederate Records [edit | edit source]. Kentucky soldiers and their regiments in the Civil War: abstracted from the pages of contemporary Kentucky newspapers, Volumes Kentucky Soldiers and Their Regiments in the Civil War: Abstracted from the Pages of Contemporary Kentucky Newspapers, Steven L.
Wright: Author: Steven L. Wright: Publisher: McDowell Publications, Original from. See Kentucky in the Civil War for information about Kentucky Civil War records, web sites, etc. with links to articles about the Kentucky regiments involved in the Civil War. The regimental pages often include lists of the companies with links to the counties where the companies started.
Men in the companies often lived in the counties where the companies were raised. My Name is Derrick Lindow, and I am passionate about Civil War history, especially when it is about my home of Kentucky. If you are looking for unique stories from our past, or are looking for information on your Civil War ancestors that served in Kentucky regiments, then you are.
Get this from a library. Kentucky soldiers and their regiments in the Civil War: abstracted from the pages of contemporary Kentucky newspapers. [Steven L Wright] -- Chronicles Kentucky's evolution through a collection of abstracts from local Kentucky newspapers. Entries are made by date of the newspaper's issue-- not necessarily reflecting the date in the.
"A vivid treatment of the Civil War in Kentucky."―Filson Club History Quarterly" "Harrison explores the complexities of the conflict in Kentucky and why the state played such a crucial role in shaping the political, socioeconomic and military aspects of the war."―Kentucky Monthly" "The Bluegrass State was torn in two by battling by: This is a list of Kentucky Confederate Civil War Confederate units.
The list of Kentucky Union Civil War units is shown separately. Group of John Hunt "Morgan's Men" while prisoners of war in Western Penitentiary, Pennsylvania: (l to r) Captain William E. Curry, 8th Kentucky Cavalry; Lieutenant Andrew J. Church, 8th Kentucky Cavalry; Lieutenant.
Online Civil War Indexes, Records and RostersA Genealogy Guide General Civil War Records Websites. The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System indexes about million Civil War soldiers ; An alternate version of this database can be found at FamilySearch here: United States Civil War Soldiers Index Ancestry's Civil War Collection (requires payment) includes.
Kentucky Soldiers and Their Regiments in the Civil War Abstracted from the Pages of Contemporary ewspapers Posted by cwrt On 08/20/ Wright_KY Soldiers & Regts in KY Newspapers_CCWRT. The Paper Trail of the Civil War in Kentucky 1 The Paper Trail Of the Civil War In Kentucky Compiled by Colonel (Ret.) Ar-mando “Al” Alfaro Al Alfaro Raven Drive Frankfort, KY [email protected] This publication pertaining to the Civil War in Kentucky is a special edition spanning theFile Size: KB.
This database lists the Union volunteers enlisted in the various Kentucky military organizations during the Civil War.
In addition to providing the names of the volunteers this record also lists rank, when enrolled, when and where mustered in, when and where mustered out, and remarks, which may include information dealing with promotions, captures, paroles, deaths, missing. Here are 3 after battle reports for the Union 21st Ky.
I'll be glad to post a brief history of the regiment if you'd like. Just let me know. Stone's River after battle report: Report of Lieut. Col. James C. Evans, Twenty-first Kentucky Infantry, of engagement January 2.
During the Civil War, according to statisticians Dyer () and Phisterer (), Kentucky provi troops to the Union and approximat to the Confederacy. Kentuckians in the Union Army served in 45 regiments and 1 company of infantry, 16 regiments and 10 companies of cavalry, and 7 batteries of artillery.
Inscriptions on remaining three sides: (Names of African American Civil War soldiers from central Kentucky) Erected by the Colored Women's Relief Corps No. 8 of the Grand Army of the Republic inthis marker is the only monument to Kentucky African American Civil War soldiers and one of only four monuments to African American Civil War.
A Civil War site in central Kentucky contains lots of African American and Civil War memories. The title of this article vents a sense that Kentuckians have about the ambivalent position of the state throughout the Civil War.
Kentucky was a border state. There was a star in both the Confederate Flag and the Union Flag for the state. Kentucky Soldiers of the War of Hardcover – J Kentucky had a total population of onlyand out of this total furnished 40 regiments of volunteer militia, as well as a number of battalions and companies, i.e.
more t men between Of the 1, Americans killed during the war, some 1, or about 64 5/5(2). Kentucky Military Records. USA (1,) > Kentucky (39,) > Kentucky Military Records () Statewide Military Records. Veterans Schedules Ancestry. A Dictionary of All Officers Who Have Been Commissioned, in the Army of the United States Ancestry.
Abstract of Pension Papers of Soldiers of the Revolutionary War, War ofand Indian Wars, Who Settled in. Welcome to Kentucky Regiments.
There are some wonderful stories coming from the American Civil War and Kentucky in particular. The whole "Brother against Brother" thing isn't just cliche', it's a fact in Kentucky. The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS) is a database containing information about the men who served in the Union and Confederate armies during the Civil War.
Other information on the site includes histories of Union and Confederate regiments, links to descriptions of significant battles, and selected lists of prisoner-of-war records. 3 thoughts on “ Women Soldiers in the Civil War ” John Braden Novem at pm. The best estimate of female combatants in the Civil War has been provided in John A.
Braden, “Mothers of Invention: Phony Reports of Female Civil War Combatants.” in the January/February, Camp Chase Gazette (Vol. XLII, NO. Civil War: According to the U.S. census, Kentucky had a free population ofand an additional slave population of ,On ApPresident Abraham Lincoln sent a telegram to Kentucky governor Beriah Magoffin requesting that the Commonwealth supply part of the init troops to put down the rebellion.
Colored Troop Regiments from Kentucky, U.S. Civil War. After the signing of the Second Confiscation and Militia Act and the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, African American men were allowed to enlist in the Union Army.
The United States Colored Troops were all African American units that were commanded by whites. I agree with @Yulie that looking at state origins is misleading. Afro-American troops will come mostly from areas under Union control or at least nearby.
Has Richard Current notes in his book "Lincoln's Loyalists Union Soldiers from the Confederacy" North Eastern University Press approximately 52 thousand plus white Southerners enlisted in out of state.
It resulted in an address to the people of the United States and also to the people of Kentucky, in which while the sectional troubles were deplored, and a strong plea made for the preservation of the Union, the refusal of Governor Magoffin to furnish troops to the general government to prosecute the civil war was endorsed, as also the policy.
Revolutionary soldiers in Kentucky: containing a roll of the officers of Virginia line who received land bounties; a roll of the Revolutionary pensioners in Kentucky; a list of the Illinois regiment who served under George Rogers Clark in the Northwest campaign, also a roster of the Virginia Navy by Quisenberry, Anderson Chenault, Pages: These records contain card abstracts of entries relating to each soldier as found in original muster rolls, returns, rosters, payrolls, appointment books, hospital registers, Union prison registers and rolls, parole rolls, and inspection reports.
They may also contain the originals of any papers relating solely to a particular soldier. Browse by military unit, then name of soldier, or use the. The book presents an overview of the state's Confederate soldiers and units who fought in the War Between the States.
Author Geoffrey R. Walden is a native Kentuckian and a descendent of Kentucky Confederate soldiers. Along with images of soldiers during the war, veteran reunions, and the monuments ***** in their name are featured. Louisville in the American Civil War was a major stronghold of Union forces, which kept Kentucky firmly in the Union.
It was the center of planning, supplies, recruiting and transportation for numerous campaigns, especially in the Western the end of the war, Louisville had not been attacked once, although skirmishes and battles, including the battles of Perryville and.
About million soldiers fought in the Civil War — 2 million for the North andfor the South. According to historian Bell I. Wiley, who pioneered the study of the Civil War common soldier, the average Yank or Reb was a ‘white, native-born, farmer, protestant, single, between 18 and ’ He stood about 5 feet 8 inches tall and.
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Kentucky. Militia, Kentucky -- History War ofUnited States -- History War of Regimental histories Kentucky, United States -- History War of Registers, lists, etc Publisher Frankfort, Ky.: E. Polk Johnson, public printer Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language EnglishPages: U.S.
Civil War Soldiers, This database contains the names of approximately million soldiers who served in the American Civil War. In addition to their names, information that may be listed for each soldier includes regiment, company, and rank.
U.S., Civil War Draft Registrations Records, Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky Soldiers of the War of Printed by authority of the Legislature of Kentucky, FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY, Aug SIR: I have the honor to submit the accompanying roster of Kentucky troops who served in the war ofpursuant to act of the General Assembly, approved April.
Christian County Kentucky, Civil War Confederate Soldiers and Civilians Buried in the Confederate Sections and National Cemetery, Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky CSA Virtual Purple Heart Confederate Cemetery Lists ~Includes all states Confederate Civil War Generals Confederate Pensioners of Kentucky *BOOK.
Ohio Civil War Roster. The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System (CWSS) is a cooperative project of the National Park Service, the Federation of Genealogical Societies, and numerous genealogical and historical societies. The names index was created by entering the data found on the General Index Cards to the Compiled Military Records.
For our latest newsstand-only special issue, The Civil War Almanac, we asked a panel of Civil War historians—J. Matthew Gallman, Matthew C. Hulbert, James Marten, and Amy Murrell Taylor—for their opinions on a variety of popular topics, including the war's most overrated and underratred commanders, top turning points, most influential women, and best depictions on film.
Luckily for Federal soldiers, the marching ration for coffee and sugar was the same as the garrison or camp ration. The government seemed to realize the positive affects coffee had on the men.
The affects were well known by the Civil War, as the old "spirit" ration of rum, whisky, and other alcoholic beverages had been replaced with coffee and. Civil War scholars have long used soldiers' diaries and correspondence to flesh out their studies of the conflict's great officers, regiments, and battles.
However, historians have only recently begun to treat the common Civil War soldier's daily life as. The Kentucky 24th Infantry Regiment was organized at Lexington, Ky., Decem The Regiment lost during service 2 Officers and 28 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 3 Officers and Enlisted men by disease.
Indiana’s Governor Morton stated, “Civil War in Kentucky is inevitable,”  and promised to send troops there. Major General Leonidas Polk, commanding Confederate units just below the Kentucky-Tennessee border, told Magoffin, “I think it is of the greatest consequence to the Southern cause in Kentucky that I should be ahead of the.
This reference source presents the names and service records of alm Kentucky soldiers and officers, both regular and militia, who served in the War of The muster rolls are laid out in tabular format by regiment and company, and thereunder the names are arranged by rank, with records of dates of appointment or enlistment and remarks such as when Reviews: 1.