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1 edition of David H. Kimble diary, Company G, 10th Michigan Cavelry [sic] 1865 found in the catalog.

David H. Kimble diary, Company G, 10th Michigan Cavelry [sic] 1865

David H. Kimble diary, Company G, 10th Michigan Cavelry [sic] 1865

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Published by s.n. in Michigan?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States,
  • Union Personal narratives,
  • American diaries,
  • History

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25497563M

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David H. Kimble diary, Company G, 10th Michigan Cavelry [sic] 1865 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Browse the catalog to find the book you need. To respond to your feedbacks, we have added an update to our blog note "Geneanet, a David H. Kimble diary, Company G, 10th Michigan Cavelry [sic] ; Leelanau Enterprise -- Northport, Leland, Leelanau County (Mich.) Michigan official directory and legislative manual for the years.

10th Michigan Cavalry COMPANY "C" OFFICERS; RANK NAME HOME AGE Captain: Weatherwax, Benjamin K. Georgetown: David H. Grand Rapids Clover, Charles C. Pontiac: Clover, William I. Lapeer Company A / Company B / Company D / Company E / Company F / Company G / Company H / Company I/ Company K / Company L / Company M.

The 7th Regiment Michigan Volunteer Cavalry David H. Kimble diary an cavalry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War. It was a part of the famed Michigan Brigade, commanded for a time by Brigadier General George Armstrong Custer. The 11th Michigan Cavalry was organized at Kalamazoo and Detroit, Michigan October 10 and December 10, Among its ranks was future Michigan politician and author Elroy M.

Avery. The Regiment was part of General George Stoneman's campaign into eastern Tennessee, western Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina in Branch: Cavalry. The last Company’s enlistment expired on September 10th. At sunrise on September 25, the 11th Michigan rode back into Sturgis, Michigan in coach cars.

October 13th the 11th Michigan was formed up one last time to be paid off and discharged. ORGANIZATION. Organized at White Pigeon, Mich., and mustered in September 24, 10th Michigan Cavalry COMPANY "K" OFFICERS; RANK NAME HOME AGE Captain: Itsell, Andrew J.

Howell: David B. Eaton Rapids Thomas, Milton: Webster: Tobias, Aaron G. Leroy Company A / Company B / Company Company G / Company D / Company E / Company F / Company G / Company H / Company I / Company L / Company M / Unassigned /Rosters.

Giesecke's Civil War diary: The story of Company G of the Fourth Regiment of the First Texas Cavalry Brigade of the Army of the Confederate States of America () [Julius Giesecke] on dentalimplantsverobeach.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying dentalimplantsverobeach.com: Julius Giesecke. A Soldier's Diary, The Story of a Volunteer, David Lane, (17th Mich.

Vol. Infantry) April 28th, We are now encamped on the homeward side of Washington, about two miles east of Georgetown, where we are to remain, so say our officers, until mustered out.

dentalimplantsverobeach.com: Tough & Hearty, Kimball Pearsons, Civil War Cavalryman, Co. L, 10th Regiment of Cavalry, New York State Volunteers (): David B.

Russell: Books5/5(1). [Private David Bowman of Company I, 7th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, or Private Michael Bowman of Company B and Company H, 7th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, in uniform with knife] Summary Photograph shows soldier partially identified as David Bowman, ca.or Michael Bowman, ca.

; two manuscripts found with photograph. Free Genealogy» 7th Michigan Cavalry» Muster Out Roll of 7th Michigan Cavalry – Company H. Muster Out Roll of 7th Michigan Cavalry – Company H. Leave a Comment / Michigan, Oliver G.% 9 Foote, David Kemp, Alfred% 9 Holmes, Daniel Mesick, William C.% 9 Lince, Bartholomew Kimble County Texas Cemeteries; Kerr County Texas Cemeteries.

Sep 12,  · The 35th Missouri Company G hailed from Gentry County. Any help with my endeavor to identify my CDV of "Lt. D Lamb" and his association with Company G 35th MO would be greatly appreciated!.

I found another "David A. Lamb" that was with the 73rd Ohio, but I don't think it's the same person because the birth and death dates don't match. 10th Tennessee Cavalry.

Company I HISTORY. Brig. Gen. Jackson was instructed to consolidate all Tenn. troops into six regiments, and to form two brigades. As a result the 10th and 11th was consolidated into the 10th/11th Consolidated.

May 3, The 10th/11th Consolidated reported 30 officers, men present for duty. The book is available at Stars & Stripes: The Flag Store, South Ave. Rochester NY; Lift Bridge Book Shop, 45 Main St., Brockport NY; and Yesterday’s Muse Books, 32 W.

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Recruits for a regiment of cavalry were concentrated at Fort Riley, Kansas, in August, The work of organization was inaugurated by Major John W. Davidson, 2d Cavalry, on the 10th September, and completed by Colonel Smith, on the 22d December. Read the full-text online edition of One of Custer's Wolverines: The Civil War Letters of Brevet Brigadier General James H.

Kidd, 6th Michigan Cavalry (). The Civil War Letters of Brevet Brigadier General James H. Kidd, 6th Michigan Cavalry. By Eric J. Wittenberg 6th () Michigan--History--Civil War, Regimental. This is just one of the fascinating Civil War camp-life gems to be found in Bambi Rae Brown’s book, Haystacks of Limbs, a true account written over years ago by her great-grandfather, A.

Taylor, a farmer from Illinois. His accounts cover the events of to as he engaged in the Petersburg Campaign and include: Butler’s advance at Port Walthall Junction, VA and the casualties.

Mar 05,  · Confederate soldier's diary comes home. The last words of Eugene L. Johnston have finally returned home -- years after he died on a Civil War battlefield in dentalimplantsverobeach.com: Frank Boyett. May 28,  · A soldier's diary; the story of a volunteer, Item Preview remove-circle by Lane, David.

Publication date Publisher [Jackson. Mich. Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress Language English. Richard Dunn Corpl G left arm sever Washington G[.

] ” G left arm [. ] H Moore Private G leg slight Jno Holbrook Sergt H left side of neck contusion Theodir Doud Sergt both thighs fracture Henery Kennvell Corpl H rt leg amputate SM Daken Sergt I left arm flesh wound Missing Co A Joseph Berry 2d Lt Wm Gundlock Sergt Jno Funer Privt Geo Bell.

Personal Recollections of a Cavalryman With Custer's Michigan Cavalry Brigade in the Civil War book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community fo /5.Title: [Private David Bowman of Company I, 7th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, or Private Michael Bowman of Company B and Company H, 7th Virginia Cavalry Regiment, in uniform with knife] Date Created/Published: [between and ] Medium: 1 photograph: sixth-plate ambrotype, hand-colored ; x cm (case).Information about the New Buffalo Soldiers of Shadow Hills, CA.

They portray African American cavalry in the West during the 's to 's. Includes newsletter, photos, history and links.