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Families of Confederate soldiers supplied with salt, 1862-1864, Carroll County, Georgia

MariLee Beatty Hageness

Families of Confederate soldiers supplied with salt, 1862-1864, Carroll County, Georgia

by MariLee Beatty Hageness

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Published by M.B. Hagness in [Anniston, Ala.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Carroll County (Ga.),
  • Georgia,
  • Carroll County,
  • Confederate States of America
    • Subjects:
    • Army spouses -- Georgia -- Carroll County -- Registers.,
    • Families of military personnel -- Georgia -- Carroll County -- Registers.,
    • Army spouses -- Confederate States of America -- Registers.,
    • Families of military personnel -- Confederate States of America -- Registers.,
    • Salt -- Georgia -- Carroll County -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Rationing -- Georgia -- Carroll County -- History -- 19th century.,
    • Carroll County (Ga.) -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMariLee Beatty Hageness.
      GenreRegisters., Genealogy.
      SeriesGeorgia genealogical sources ;, v. GA23-1
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF292.C19 H34 1995
      The Physical Object
      Pagination11 p. ;
      Number of Pages11
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4008782M
      LC Control Number2001368569
      OCLC/WorldCa34946340

      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. From an old "Secretary's Book to record the minutes of the Lodge, Andrew J. Berry, Sec'ty.," on the inside of the front cover, with "Georgia Coweta County Newnan AL", without punctuation, in a line below; the property now () of H. E. Ragland of Newnan.

        Military: Jane H. Waters was listed on the "Georgia Salt List" for Carroll County, Georgia. The families of soldiers were supplied with a salt ration during the war. FHL book N42b. Confederate Pension Rolls, microfilm of manuscripts at GDAH, Atlanta, Georgia. Confederate soldiers received pensions for military service beginning in The law establishing pension payment was changed in to include widows of soldiers.

      o Roster of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia, Index o Salt List Index for Carroll County (During Civil War, soldiers’ families were given salt) o Carroll County Genealogical Quarterly, Winter issue o Veterans of the Villa Rica, Georgia Area – [Spanish American and World Wars] o World War II Ordinary Heroes, Carroll County. Mathew Duncan Ector, Confederate general and judge, son of Hugh Walton and Dorothy (Duncan) Ector, was born in Putnam County, Georgia, on Febru , and raised in Merriweather County. He received his education at La Grange, Georgia, and Centre College in Danville, Kentucky.


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Families of Confederate soldiers supplied with salt, 1862-1864, Carroll County, Georgia by MariLee Beatty Hageness Download PDF EPUB FB2

Families of Confederate soldiers supplied with salt,Carroll County, Georgia — First published in Subjects Army spouses, Families of military personnel, Genealogy, History, Rationing, Registers, SaltPages: Families of confederate soldiers supplied with saltCarroll County, Georgia [MariLee Beatty Hageness] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : MariLee Beatty Hageness.

Families of Confederate soldiers supplied with salt,Carroll County, Georgia 1 edition By MariLee Beatty Hageness Families of Confederate soldiers supplied with salt,Carrol.

The original Georgia salt list records are microfilmed as "Families Supplied with Salt, ," Adjutant and Inspector General's Office, Commissary General's Dept.

The information is listed by county, with an index at the front listing the counties and the pages on which each can be found. Discharge records, (Carroll County (Georgia). Superior Court Clerk) Family History Library Families of Confederate soldiers supplied with salt, Carroll County, Georgia Carroll County, MariLee Beatty, ) Family History Library Pension roll of confederates, (Carroll County (Georgia).

Confederate service records of soldiers who served in organizations from Georgia. The records include a jacket-envelope for each soldier, labeled with his name, his rank, and the unit in which he served.

The jacket-envelope typically contains card abstracts of entries relating to the soldier as Georgia book in original muster rolls, returns, rosters, payrolls, appointment books, hospital registers. Historian Joe Cobb, a former member of Carroll County’s Company A, 1st Georgia Cavalry, in his book, Carroll County and Her People, states that inthe white male population of Carroll County was about 5, and that 2, or about 50% of this number served in some branch of the military during the war.

This index also includes Confederate soldiers who later served with the Union Army. Georgia, Confederate Pension Applications, This database contains pension application files of Confederate soldiers and widows applying from Georgia between and   Confederate soldiers stole Andrew’s horses and Union soldiers burned all of William’s fences.

During the three-day Battle of Gettysburg, the family knew they were behind enemy lines and could hear the thunder of the cannonade that was a prelude to. Free genealogy resource for family history research. Search for soldier. Last Name: (required) First Name or Initial (optional) State: (optional) Browse by Last Name.

Return to Main Page Genealogy Links Documents Bookstore About Us E-Mail Comments. From Other States. No. Each cemetery in Georgia has its own history relating to local events and politics during and after the Civil War.

Kingston and Cassville, both in Bartow County, for example, established Confederate cemeteries after intense fighting in that area in Mayduring the early part of the Atlanta are unknown Confederate and 2 Union soldiers buried in Kingston.

Get this from a library. Families of confederate soldiers supplied with saltCarroll County, Georgia. [MariLee Beatty Hageness]. With Carroll Co. Addresses: 1K: Mar Candace Teal Gravelle Confederate Pensioners In Cleburne Co. With Carroll Co. Addresses: 1K: Mar Candace Teal Gravelle Confederate Pensioners In Cleburne Co.

With Carroll Co. Addresses: 1K: May Candace Teal Gravelle Confederate Pensioners In Cleburne Co. U.S., Confederate Service Records, This database contains records of Confederate soldiers who served in military organizations that were formed by the Confederate Government.

Information available about a soldier includes his name, unit, and rank. Additional information may be found by viewing the image of the original record. Buy Families of Confederate soldiers supplied with salt,Carroll County, Georgia (Georgia genealogical sources) by MariLee Beatty Hageness (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : MariLee Beatty Hageness. 1st Confederate Battalion, Georgia Infantry (Confederate) Organized with five companies during the late fall of January,merged into the 5th Georgia Cavalry Regiment.

1st Consolidated Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Confederate) "Units of the Confederate States Army" by Joseph H. Crute, Jr. contains no history for this unit. Soldiers are listed under States they served under, not States of residence.

We have found many instance where a soldier was from one State, but fought in a unit from another State. We list soldiers under "CSA" when we have good evidence they served but cannot prove which State they served under or they are listed as serving in a "CSA" unit.

Roster of the Confederate soldiers of Georgia, / [compiled by] Lillian Henderson [director] -- v Source: Well Known Confederate Veterans and Their War Records, Wm. Mickle, New Orleans, La., ; transcribed by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team.

WELL KNOWN CONFEDERATE VETERANS AND THEIR WAR RECORDS. Leading U. John B. Gordon, First Commander in Chief Clement A.

Evans, First Adjutant General and Chief of Staff. Carroll Co Men Who Died in Civil War INCOMPLETE From Newspaper Articles, by John Perry Alderman and other sources.

ALLEN, LEMUEL, Pvt., Co. B, 51st VA Inf., d. - killed at Casselman's Ferry, b. c, son of Bailey and Nancy Allen. Rosters of the Confederate Soldiers of Georgia. MUSTER ROLL OF COMPANY B, 56th REGIMENT GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY ARMY OF TENNESSEE C.

S. A. CARROLL COUNTY, GEORGIA. Martin, James Blanchard-Elected Captain of Co. D, 3d Regiment Ga. State Troops Octo Mustered out at Savannah, Ga. Ap Elected Captain of Co. B, 56th.Or submit files for this County directly to: Debra Crosby [ Carroll County Georgia USGenWeb] [ Georgia USGenWeb Archives Project] [ Guidelines] [ Help for Submitters] Email Registry For Contributors Any time you see this symbol next to a name, they have registered their e-mail address at The Registry.

This will be their current address.Confederate Soldiers' Home in Atlanta, Ga. Aug, 9, Buried in West View Cemetery, Atlanta, Ga.) Barry, J. W. C.—Private Mar. 4, Died at Vicksburg Miss. J Bonds, Milburn—Private in Pension records show he Furnished a substitute for three months.

Returned to pany. Served two years. Sent home on sick furlough from.