Some Mississippi Civil War veteran burials.

by Sherman Lee Pompey in [Clovis? Calif

Written in English
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  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Registers of dead -- Confederate side.

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Some Mississippi Civil War veteran burials. by Sherman Lee Pompey Download PDF EPUB FB2

OCLC Number: Notes: Title varies slightly: Confederate burials, v. 3, ; v. Mississippi Confederate soldiers burials; v. Some Mississippi.

From the earliest months of the war, the disposal of bodies presented Some Mississippi Civil War veteran burials. book challenge. Some remains were claimed by relatives and interred in family burial grounds or local cemeteries.

As the war wore on and the number of deaths increased, mass burials took place. Forgotten Time: The Yazoo-Mississippi Delta After the Civil War by John C. Willis Paperback from University of Virginia Press. The Free State of Jones: Mississippi's Longest Civil War by Victoria E. Bynum Hardcover from Univ of North Carolina Pr.

Confederate Military History of Mississippi: Mississippi During the Civil War, Civil War burials books and resources for family history and genealogy research. A Compilation Of Information Concerning Confederate Soldiers And Veterans Buried At Elmwood Cemetery, Memphis, Tennessee.

John W. Cothern. 8½x11, paper, pp. Check out some of our favorite genealogy blogs. AncestorStuff. Mississippi in the American Civil War - Wikipedia. AboutConfederate soldiers died in the war. Most died of disease, but others were killed during battle or died in prison camps or hospitals.

Raymond W. Watkins copied Confederate burial records throughout the South, in prison camps, and in some Northern cemeteries. The following books may be helpful in locating death and burial information. Civil War Records of Hinds County, Names of CSA Veterans Submitted for Verification and Research and Roster Civil War Records of Humphreys County, Pension Applications.

Middlesex County: Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Mustered out from Lowell, Massachusetts also has a list of Civil War veterans buried in Lowell Cemetery Michigan Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers in the Civil War (requires payment.

The Nationwide Gravesite Locator includes burial records from many sources. These sources provide varied data; some searches may contain less information than others.

Information on veterans buried in private cemeteries was collected for the purpose of furnishing government grave markers, and we do not have information available for burials. Civil War Era National Cemeteries: Honoring Those Who Served.

List of Sites. Alabama Mobile National Cemetery, Mobile: Arkansas Mississippi Corinth National Cemetery, Corinth Natchez National Cemetery, Natchez Vicksburg National Cemetery, Vicksburg: Missouri. Mississippi Confederate Generals 9 Dec 9 Dec championhilz During the Civil War there were four ranks of general in the Confederate army; from lowest to highest they were brigadier general, major general, lieutenant general, and full general.

William Wirt Adams 22 Mar – 1 May Civil War Confederate Brigadier General. Born in. The Battle of Corinth was the last major Confederate offensive in North Mississippi and its failure opened the way to Vicksburg and Union control of the Mississippi River.

Corinth National Cemetery was established in as a central burial site for approximately 2, Union casualties of the Battle of Corinth and similar clashes in the surrounding area.

Search For Cemeteries Thousands of the more thansoldiers killed in the Civil War are today buried in the 14 National Cemeteries managed by the National Park Service and the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System will eventually list the names of all those interred.

This is an incomplete listing of Civil War Soldiers from Attala County that served in the CSA. This list is far from complete. There were many Civil War veterans that served in the Civil War that were buried on the battlefield and there were many veterans that survived the war but for which there is no notation on their tombstone to indicate this service.

It is one of the largest Civil War-related ones in the country, holding the remains of s Union soldiers, reputedly two Confederates who died while in Federal hospitals, and approximately 1, veterans from other wars. An immigrant from Norway that enlisted in the U.S.

Navy and served on the U.S.S. Brooklyn during the battle of Mobile Bay, and was awarded the Medal of Honor, is buried here in Indiana at the Marion National he wound up here I have no idea, but my guess is he was a resident at the Soldiers and Sailor's Home here, which was the beginning of the Cemetery.

About Vicksburg, Mississippi, Vicksburg National Cemetery, This database contains digital images of all gravestones in Vicksburg National Cemetery, located in Vicksburg, Mississippi.

Vicksburg National Cemetery was established inand this collection includes burials through for more than people. The record collection "Card Records of Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, ca.

- ca. " (NARA M) containsrecords of veterans buried in private cemeteries. Cards are arranged alphabetically and contain the name of the veteran, rank, company, regiment, place of burial, name and location of cemetery. USGenWeb, Missouri Civil War Veterans from M counties. Macon Francis H. Barry, Buried in the LaPlata Cemetery, Macon Co., MO.

Borndied Feb. 2, Served as a private in Company G, 42nd Regiment, Missouri Volunteer Infantry under Col. William Forbes. These veterans records were obtained from mostly federal, state, or local government agencies.

Some records were acquired from veterans organizations, social organizations, and historical societies. U.S. Veterans Cemeteries. State Veterans Cemeteries, National Cemeteries, & ABMC Cemeteries; Other U.S.

Veterans Burials. Researching Veterans: Personnel vs. Unit and Ship Records Selective Service System Classification & Registration Records for – Vessel & Station Log Books Vietnam War Research Portal Interesting facts regarding Women in the Military. Researching Civil War Draft Records in NARA’s Regional Archives World War I Centennial Research Portal.

Her master’s thesis analyzes Mississippi’s state and local policies for helping poor veterans and their families during and after the American Civil War.

Susannah J. Ural, Ph.D. is professor of history at the University of Southern Mississippi and director of the Beauvoir Veteran Project. Posted January Sources and suggested readings. Annie lived in Brooklyn, New York, and was involved in Henry Ward Beecher's Plymouth Church.

It is not known how Annie and Otis met, but their letters imply a religious connection. Annie married Charles Eliphalet Walbridge, a Civil War veteran and businessman inand they settled in Buffalo, New York.

Annie died on Septem U.S. Veterans' Gravesites, ca This database is a compilation of burial records from a variety of sources and cemeteries. These records provide information on the burials of U.S.

veterans and their dependents who were buried in the various Veterans Affairs (VA) National Cemeteries, state veterans' cemeteries, or other military cemeteries.

The history of government headstones has an identity of its own apart from development of the National Cemetery Administration. The original standard grave marker precedes the establishment of national cemeteries in and actually has its origin in the frontier days of this country prior to the Civil War.

Civil War Veterans This page is a work in progress, attempting to identify Civil War Veterans who are buried in Fort Hill Cemetery. This list was compiled from multiple sources and may contain some errors. If you are aware of any errors, please contact Fort Hill with any corrections and the documentation.

Burials were handled in a bit more consistent manner outside of military hospitals behind the lines and even more so to those who succumbed in the formal facilities in the nearest town or city, with the Sanitary Commission or Christian Commission handling the burials.

A late war development, at the behest of families of the deceased, was a. Some of the above information may only be available by viewing the card image. Some of the above information was taken from the Publication Details of Card Records of Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, ca.

; National Archives Microfilm Publication M; National Archives, Washington, D.C., 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.

Secession and Mississippian politics. For years prior to the American Civil War, slave-holding Mississippi had voted heavily for the Democrats, especially as the Whigs declined in their influence.

During the presidential election, the state supported Southern Democrat candidate John C. Breckinridge, giving votes (% of the total of 69, ballots cast).Veterans Burial Benefits and Death Benefits at Private Cemeteries Veterans buried in private cemeteries can receive military funeral honors and memorial items.

The veteran’s family or representative can apply for a veterans burial allowance (or veterans death benefit), in certain cases.About: Index card for James Garfield, President of the United States. Civil War Pension Index What is this collection? This publication contains index cards for pension applications of veterans who served in the U.S.

Army between andincluding wars other than the Civil War.