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  1. Johnny_Reb_1865

    21st Regiment Virginia State Milita 1861 Impression Help

    Can any of you guys point me to the right place to get a coat and trousers for my Virginia Milita Impression? I found the regulations for the uniform but I'm not sure where I could get one or if I'd have to have it made...
  2. Johnny_Reb_1865

    Private John Rice Payne 7th Virginia Cavalry Regiment Company A: A Confederate Cavalryman In The Field?

    Do y'all think this could be a Confederate Cavalryman in the field?
  3. sgtheydan

    Uniforms of 9th Louisiana Infantry Regiment

    Hello Friends, I'm looking for sources that may reference the uniforms worn by the 9th Louisiana. My assumptions are that they left Louisiana in 1861 with the Camp Moore type uniform, and since they served with the Army of Northern Virginia nearly exclusively, they would be wearing Richmond...
  4. lupaglupa

    "...they presented the appearance of a regiment of ghosts."

    Washington Lafayette Clayton served as a Captain in the 2nd Mississippi Infantry and then late in the war joined a cavalry unit, serving in the 10th Mississippi and the 12th Mississippi Cavalry (which were pretty much the same thing). Beginning in 1905 he wrote a series of essays about his life...
  5. DixieRifles

    The Mississippi 18th Cavalry Regiment -- new book

    I just happened upon a new book while searching Amazon. I wanted to know more details about the book. Historical Sketch And Roster Of The Mississippi 18th Cavalry Regiment (Mississippi Regimental History Series) Paperback – April 1, 2019 by John C. Rigdon Paperback $25 Paperback: 266 pages...
  6. W

    Nelson Warren, Co. A, 13th Infantry Regiment WI

    Our family has had no success in identifying the location of my GG Uncle's burial so I thought I might send out an inquiry. I suspect that the odds are long, at best, of locating Nelson's final resting place, given the time and locale that this occurred. Nelson died on the 10th of August...
  7. Rutherford Co NC CSA

    1st Regiment South Carolina Artillery

    Greetings Duncan, Warren A. 1st Regiment South Carolina Artillery from Pickens, SC I am looking for service information for a friend for his family member to know where he was when he was away serving in this unit. shows: 1st Heavy Artillery Regiment was organized during the fall...
  8. Johnny_Reb_1865

    Private James West 26th Virginia Infantry Regiment Company E

    This is my ancestor. Can anyone help me find any mention of his death such as a death notice in any of the Richmond and Petersburg newspapers and the like? I would like to find out a little more information about his death. Here is his military record. James West 26th Virginia Infantry...
  9. Johnny_Reb_1865

    Private William H. Moniteth 44th Georgia Infantry Regiment Company F.

    This would be an ancestor of mine. I would like to know a little more about him and his family. Can anyone help? Here is his findagrave listing.
  10. M

    Discussion 12th Alabama Cavalry regiment.

    I’m looking for information on the 12th Alabama cavalry; quartermaster records, rosters, maybe some pictures. Thank you.
  11. Waterloo50

    Discussion 16th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry (Bad Luck Regiment?) I’m hoping that other forum members can help me out with information with regards to the 16th Connecticut Regiment. I know very little about this particular regiment other than it was formed in 1862 and was involved in some serious...
  12. GELongstreet

    Henry Gray`s 28th Infantry Regiment, C.S.A., Louisiana

    A page about said Confederate unit from Louisiana. It contains a full regimental roster, organisation details, a chronology/service history and some original documents. It also featues several other studies about the regiment.
  13. Z

    Odd Number Regiment

    What did officers do if a regiment was reduced by casualties to an odd number of men? How would they create the files? Would one man be left hanging in a company?
  14. Z

    Seeing the War

    Which units east and west would you say are most representative of the experience of fighting in that theater? Which units could be said to have seen it all and done it all? From Bull Run (or earlier) to Appomattox in the East and Belmont (or earlier) to Bennett Place in the West. Choose...
  15. Luke Freet

    20th Louisiana Infantry (Reichard's/Zinken's)

    Interesting unit. Both Colonels were of Prussian origin. Wonder if there was a considerable percentage of Germans in this regiment. Colonel Leon von Zinken...
  16. Luke Freet

    'Confederate' Regiments

    A lot has been said of the 3rd and 5th Confederate Infantry regiments, and some on Dearing's 8th Cavalry. However, what of the other Confederate regiments? As far as I know, 1st Georgia Confederate served in the Army of Tennessee under Wilson, Clements, and H. R. Jackson, 2nd Confederate (25th...
  17. Luke Freet

    Waul's Legion: What happened post Vicksburg

    I hear little as to what happened to Waul's Legion after the surrender. I presume they disbanded, but where the men went? I know Waul became a brigade commander in Walker's Greyhounds. But what of the other officers and men? Did they get sent to other units?
  18. HarlechMan

    1st Loyal East Virginia Infantry (one company regiment)

    The 1st Loyal East Virginia Infantry or the 1st Regiment Loyal Eastern Virginia Volunteers was a Southern Unionist unit raised in the Norfolk area, the Eastern Shore of Virginia, and southeastern Virginia. It was the brainchild of Rhode Island-born future Medal of Honor recipient Hazard Stevens...
  19. HarlechMan

    16th Missouri Infantry (CS)

    The regiment that became the 16th Missouri Infantry was organized as a result of a recruiting expedition into western Missouri during August 1862, conducted by Jeremiah V. Cockrell and Sidney D. Jackman. This expedition resulted in the recruitment of many volunteers and the Battle of Lone Jack...
  20. HarlechMan

    132nd Illinois Volunteer Infantry (100 days)

    The 132nd Illinois Volunteer Infantry were a 100 days unit organized at Camp Fry in Chicago and mustered in on 1 June 1864, under the Command of Colonel Thomas J. Pickett. Company A was composed of men from LaSalle and Cook counties, Company B of men from Cook and Fulton counties, Company C of...
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