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Newton County, Arkansas Union Soldiers

Newton County, Arkansas Union Soldiers

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Published by Frances Ingmire in St. Louis, MO .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination18 p.
Number of Pages18
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24720812M

Located just minutes south of Jasper, Arkansas in beautiful Newton County. We are nestled in the majestic Ozark Mountains on Scenic Highway 7 South. Fair Date August , Fair Theme - Celebrating the Bounty of the County We want to hear from you! Contact us by mail at: Newton County Fair Board, P.O. Box , Jasper, AR or click here!   Union Soldiers at the Battle of Pilot Knob Austin, James Private 14th Iowa Infantry D Salem, Henry Co, IA 1 Nov 8 Aug Age 24 Axford, William Private 3rd MSM Cavalry H Warrenton, MO 1 Apr Captured with Major Wilson (Peterson's Wilson Murder Account) 1

  Phillips County was created 1 May from Arkansas and Hempstead seat: Helena One factor that must be taken into account in conducting research pertaining to Phillips County is that the Mississippi River has, on occasion, changed ://,_Arkansas.   County Image Size: COVER ( bytes) FOREWORD I ( bytes) FOREWORD II ( bytes) TABULATION ( bytes) 1. Arkansas, Ashley, Baxter and Benton ( bytes) 2. Benton, Boone, Bradley, Calhoun and Carroll ( bytes) 3. Carroll, Chicot, Clark, Clay and Cleburne ( bytes) 4. Cleveland, Columbia, Conway and Craighead

  Garrison duty at Fort Smith and escort and duty on the Frontier until August, Skirmish, Bates Township, November 2, and Newton County, Novem Mustered out Aug 1st Battalion Infantry. Organized at Helena, Ark., J Attached to District of Eastern Arkansas and duty at Helena, Ark., until   Newton County and the Civil War: History, Rosters, Soldiers On-Going Project! Newton County Civil War Vet Project - Newton County Historical Society Member Kyle Conrad is attempting to place a G.A.R. marker on the graves of all Newton County Civil War Vets buried in Newton County. He has identified many unknown veteran burials through this


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Newton County, Arkansas Union Soldiers by Frances Ingmire Includes name, rank, company, date of enlistment, date of Newton County and some remarks. Our Price $ Quantity Add to Cart book: Publisher: Mountain Press: Author: Frances Ingmire: Customer Reviews.

Product Rating Newton County. Union Soldiers. Soldiers Name Rank Regiment Company Enlistment Date Discharge Date email ASHER, James Pvt.

1 Ark Inf. Co F Arkansas Light Artillery H March 3, Aug. 10, Dewey Strode; TENNISON, Daniel Pvt. 1 Ark Inf. Vol. Compiled this list of Arkansas Union Soldiers in THE ENTIRE VOLUME 9 of the EDITION of the NEWTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS HISTORICAL SOCIETY BULLETIN published this list of these NORTHERN ARKANSAS UNION SOLDIERS.

The Historical Society may still have this issue available, if you want to contact them. Their website:~rkinfolks/genealogy/civilwarsoldiers/northernarkansasunion. Union service records of soldiers who served in organizations from Arkansas.

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 found in original muster rolls, returns, rosters, payrolls, appointment books, hospital registers, Union UNION Soldiers in Arkansas.

Deer, Newton County, Arkansas, USA Ambrose Affholter 7 May – 27 Mar Witherspoon Cemetery. Vandervoort, Polk County, Arkansas, USA   The book includes sample records and information to order more material. Nearly 80% of Union soldiers had some type of pension application filed based on their service.

Contact us: Arkansas Research, Inc., PO BoxConway, AR The First Arkansas Union Infantry book lists JAMES M CRINER as "died 15 June in Newton County,Arkansas",but James was not returned to Newton County, married, and died in JOSEPH and JAMES M CRINER were both in the First Arkansas Infantry.

JOHN W CRINER was not listed in that ~rkinfolks/genealogy/stories/ Arkansas Historic Preservation Program. Civil War in Newton County. Several military actions took place in Newton County during the Civil War. On Jan. 10,Union troops attacked and destroyed a large saltpeter works on the Buffalo River.

Skirmishes were fought June 14 and Nov. 15, On April 4,50 men of the 2 nd Arkansas ascivilwarcom/historical-markers/newton-county-civil-war-troops-civil.

U.S., Union Soldiers Compiled Service Records, This database contains an index of compiled military service records for volunteer Union soldiers who served with units organized in more than 20 states and territories, including states in the Confederacy.

This index also includes Confederate soldiers who later served with the Union :// Sources Index to Compiled Military Service Records Official Army Register of the Volunteer Force 2nd Arkansas Union Infantry – Arkansas Research 4th Arkansas Union Infantry – Arkansas Research.

Veterans Schedules Veteran’s name Thomas J Potter Home in (Township, County, State) Precinct 5, Milam, Texas Year enlisted Newton County Archives. Newton Co. Families. Newton County Cemeteries. Newton County Message Board. Newton County Historical Society Vital Records/Certificates Arkansas Genweb Archives.

Marriages - A through L Marriages - M through Z. Tribute to John Levi Kent, Sr. Confederate Soldiers. Union Soldiers Flat Rock Students of Newton County   Newton County, Arkansas Marriage Records - to by Frances Ingmire FI, $ Newton County, Arkansas Union Soldiers by Frances Ingmire Includes name, rank, company, date of enlistment, date of discharge and some remarks.

FI, $ Known Union Soldiers Buried in Carroll County Arkansas CC Soldiers Photos Transcribed by Gordon Hale - Updated June, Union Soldier Census and Cemetery Book. Eureka Springs Cemetery, Carroll County, Arkansas UNKNOWN Union Hill Cemetery, Newton County, Arkansas OHIO FLOOD David Co. F, 1st Arkansas Infantry ~hunters/   Grierson’s Raid.

by Mae Helen Clark. Note: The source of information for this article is Grierson’s Raid: A Cavalry Adventure of the Civil War, by D. Alexander Brown. It has been years since Col. Benjamin Henry Grierson with his Union cavalry brigade reached Newton Station—the raid that Gen.

William Tecumseh Sherman called “the most brilliant expedition of the war.” Across the state of Arkansas, many markers and memorials commemorate the events of the Civil War. Some are located at or near the locations of significant events of the war, while others are located near county courthouses or in cemeteries.

Some markers and monuments remain well-maintained, while others have disintegrated due to neglect and vandalism.

In some cases, damaged markers and Confederate Soldiers in Arkansas units. Goldman, Arkansas County, Arkansas, USA Capt Mitchell Andrew Adair 27 Nov – 17 Mar City Cemetery Newton County, Arkansas, USA William Jasper Adair 30 Nov – 10 Dec Gaither Cemetery.

Gaither, Boone County, Arkansas, USA 2 days ago  Newton County Phone Address East Court Street Jasper, AR   Index to Arkansas' World War I Soldiers from Boone, Carroll, Madison, and Newton Counties ISBN54 pages, $ Click here to view the list of Boone County HISTORY OF SCOTT COUNTY ARKANSAS Br ffiMY GRADY MCClTTCHKa Class JF4iZ Book-Sx.

Man3'^ citizens of the county enlisted with the Union forces after the Federals had taken possession of the country. Charles H. Oliver was the delegate from Scott County. About the Federal soldiers who had formed the main support of the carpet bag Union Prisoner of War Camps • Arkansas • California • Delaware • Florida • Kansas • Kentucky • Louisiana • Illinois • Indiana • • Maryland • Massachusetts •.

U.S., Union Soldiers Compiled Service Records, Union and Confederate Soldiers and Sympathizers of Barbour County, West Virginia Utah, Military Records, Search for Arkansas plat maps. Plat maps include information on property lines, lots, plot boundaries, streets, flood zones, public access, parcel numbers, lot dimensions, and ://  Fulton County: Oakland Cemetery Book, Atlanta, Georgia scanned book of Confederate soldiers buried in Oakland Cemetery between February, and July 5, Georgia Confederate Veteran Grave Database work in progress Andersonville Prison - Search for Prisoners (Union Soldiers)