William D. Jones served in the Union army for 3 years. During that time, he wrote many letters to his mother, Mary Gregg Jones, in Pittsburgh.
William D. Related families : Barnes, Bartels, Drouillard, Eicher, Farrell, Fawcett, Gregg, Jones, Lawn, Long, Lowe, McAleese, McAnespey, Newell, Patridge, Philips, Reese, Thomas, Williams. The Life and Letters of Corporal William David Jones 12th Pennsylvania Reserve Volulnteers 1861-1864 n/a, Anne C. Young.
The 12th Pennsylvania Reserves was organized at Camp Curtin in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania . The Life and Letters of Corporal William David Jones: 12th Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteers, 1861-1864 (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press), 2005.
The 12th Pennsylvania Reserves was organized at Camp Curtin in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania beginning August 1861 and mustered in August 10, 1861 under the command of Colonel John H. Taggart. The regiment was attached to 3rd Brigade, McCall's Pennsylvania Reserves Division, Army of the Potomac, to March 1862. 3rd Brigade, 2nd Division, I Corps, Army of the Potomac, to April 1862. Sypher, Josiah Rhinehart (1865).
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Been looking for books about the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps He spent the last few years of his life in captivity at the Northern Ohio Insane Asylum - a post war casualty of the battle of Franklin.
Been looking for books about the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps. During his time with the 8th Pennsylvania Reserves, Stearns adopted a dog he simply named Harvey, who became the officer’s campaign companion. In May 1862, Stearns resigned his commission in the Pennsylvania Reserves and returned to his hometown of Wellsville. By August 1862, the former officer and his canine friend re-enlisted in the newly formed 104th Ohio Infantry. He spent the last few years of his life in captivity at the Northern Ohio Insane Asylum - a post war casualty of the battle of Franklin.
The Sixtythird has won for Pennsylvania the laurels of fame. The enemy at the muzzles of our guns for the first time sulkily retired, fighting. The enemy at the muzzles of our guns for the first time sulkily retired, fighting Встречается в книгах (10) с 1867 по 2008
The 12th Pennsylvania Reserve Regiment also known as the 41st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry was an. .
The 12th Pennsylvania Reserve Regiment also known as the 41st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army as part of the Pennsylvania Reserves infantry division during the American Civil Wa. History of the Pennsylvania Reserves: A Complete Record of the Organization. Elias Barr & Co. Attribution.
The 12th Pennsylvania Reserve Regiment also known as the 41st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry was an.
Compiled by Reverend J. William Jones, who served with Lee in the Civil War and as.Be the first to ask a question about The Life and Letters of Robert Edward Lee. Lists with This Book. William Jones, who served with Lee in the Civil War and as chaplain of Washington College, the letters are combined with a narrative that places them in time and context. One of the striking characteristics of Lee is his great warmth and affection for his children. Included are letters written from participation in the capture of John Brown, the Mexican War, Gettysburg, his speculations on Grant's moves, directions to other generals as the war is being lost, the surrender, and his life after the wa.
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Letter from David Hafer at camp near Alexandria, V. to his wife Sarah at. to his wife Sarah at Chambersburg, P. about waiting for his honorable discharge and pay, although many soldiers were leaving without it. Folder 10. Hafer letter Series: "Unit 10, 5 July 1865. Letters from Michael Green of Company K, 159th New York Volunteer Regiment, 19th Army Corps, 2nd Division, 2nd Brigade, serving in Louisiana and Virginia, to his wife Mary.