3 edition of Muster rolls of Texas Rangers, etc. found in the catalog.
Muster rolls of Texas Rangers, etc.
United States. Congress. House
|Other titles||To return muster rolls of Texas rangers defending State in 1855-60|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. House. Committee on Military Affairs|
|The Physical Object|
Contains muster roll. 19th Alabama Original Regiment - muster rolls available for online searching along with unit history, letters, orders, etc. A very comprehensive site for researching this regiment. 26th Alabama Infantry Regiment - O'Neal's Regiment. This is a wonderfully comprehensive site on the history of the 26th Alabama. In his book Bill Groneman identifies men as having been killed in the battle, in addition to up to three surviving combatants; Henry Warnell, Brigido Guerrero and Joe. If, as the evidence suggests, Warnell should be added to the dead, then we have accounted for the “official” figure of dead, plus two survivors to make up the. The Eighth U.S. Infantry's Second Tour in Texas The First American Book on Texas and Its Author The First Line of Army Posts Established in West Texas in The First Municipality of Texas The Last Fight on Texas Soil Between Apaches and Rangers The Lure of the Guadalupes.
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“The ‘Confederate’ military rolls consist of muster rolls, payrolls, rosters, returns, and election returns, of approximately 1, companies of both Texas State Troops (including Rangers) and the Confederate States Army, stationed in Texas during the Civil War, dating – These records include muster rolls, muster-in rolls, muster/payrolls, and payrolls for various Ranger organizations of the State of Texas, maintained by the Texas Adjutant General's Department.
They date,and undated. The information contained on the rolls varies considerably. They represent five organizational groups: Rangers of the pre-Civil War era, the. These records consist of muster rolls, muster-in rolls, muster-out rolls, muster and payrolls, payrolls, receipt rolls, and lists of officers and/or men, for the various military and para-military organizations (primarily Rangers and Militia units), of both the Republic and the State of Texas.
They date,and undated. Ranger Exhibit Home Republic of Texas, Early Statehood, The American Civil War, Reconstruction in Texas, Late 19th Century, Early 20th Century, Spotlight: Muster Rolls and Oath of Enlistment Lobby Exhibits Home Republic of Texas, View items in this exhibit Indian Depredations in Texas, Illustration from.
These records consist of muster rolls, payrolls, receipt rolls, and lists of officers and/or men, for the various military and para-military organizations of the Republic of Texas.
They dateand undated. Except for some of the Republic rolls which were drawn up after the fact, these military rolls were compiled at the time, usually by the company commanders.
With the Civil War came the reorganization of the office of Texas Adjutant General, an act of Decem creating an Adjutant and Inspector General, who would etc. book serve as Quartermaster and Commissary General, and Ordnance Officer.
Oversight of the 33 Brigades of the Texas State Troops plus the Frontier Regiment fell to this office. Two other governmental entities were also involved in. Link To This Page — Contact Us — Revolutionary War Online Records Original Documents from the National Archives through Search The Muster and Pay Rolls of the War of the Revolution, Browse these rolls by state and name of organization (regiment, battalion, guard, company, etc.).
Find names of soldiers with the help of annotations supplied by other Footnote users and. The Texas Adjutant General’s Department Civil War military rolls include muster rolls, payrolls, rosters, returns, and election returns of Confederate States Army, Texas State Troops, and Army of the United States units that were stationed in Texas during the Civil War.
The Department of Confederate Military Records was formed by an act of the General Assembly on Ma This act replaced the Office of the Secretary of Virginia Military Records and appointed the secretary for a term of two years to be paid out of the Military Fund.
Free Genealogy» Texas Genealogy – Free Texas Genealogy. This Texas state page of our website provides direct links to major databases and historical titles and information found on Texas genealogy and history, whether they exist on our site, or across the web.
Texas Bible Records. Campbell Family Bible – Fannin County, TX. Texas Rangers: Legendary Lawmen by Michael P. Spradlin Illustrated by Roxie Munro About the book: In the ’s, Texas was a rugged, lawless place. The men who banded together to protect fellow citizens from the threats of frontier life became known as the Texas Rangers.
Any unmarried man with a good horse and a sharp. The muster rolls may be found among Muster Rolls of Ships; the accompanying list provides the name of each vessel and the date(s) of muster examined.
In most cases, the description of an individual as "Negro," "Colored," or "Mulatto" suggested African ancestry such that the person's name and other descriptive information was entered into the. Archival materials following the research of writer, Mike Cox, on the Texas Rangers. This collection is made up of government documents, drafts, stories, Ranger records, obituaries, and biographies of hundreds of former Rangers.
The research begins right after the civil war up until the early s. BOX (1 of 10) Box Folder. in fact, he states that "the Rangers are not identified."40 Darren L. Ivey's book, The Texas Rangers: A Registry and History may be the first published work to name the six Ranger companies.
Designated A-F, they were commanded respectively by Capts. Giles S. Boggess, John G. Walker, William R. Henry, William F. Fitzhugh, Charles : Mark B. Buchy. Book containing an alphabetical list of persons from Kendall County, Texas who served in the military during the Civil War, with any known biographical information about each person.
There is also relevant background information about the area in the preface, and a series of tables at the end of the book, containing additional reference : Frank Wilson Kiel. Rosters, Muster Rolls, Etc., hosted at ALGenWeb Archives Project Grove Hill Guards, List of Wounded, J Casualties,Co I, 5th Alabama Infantry, aka Grove Hill Guards.
the book also includes; Texas citizenship lists Certificates of entrance into Texas (name list only) Muster roll of Ayes Bowe district, TX Record of Election held in Municipality of San Augustine, 1 Nov CFW "Citizens of the Republic of Texas." Published by. Joined before J per muster roll containing ninety-two names of Quantrill's men.
This muster roll was found by yankee troops on one of the dead Missouri Partisan Rangers after battle at Pleasant Hill, Missouri on J A very early, yet incomplete listing of Quantrill's original men. Hambright, James W. Quantrill. Young County Marriage Book A, page Fitzpatrick was a Texas Ranger who rode with Charles Neuhaus' Company of Rangers.
Fitzpatrick was murdered according to Company B Muster rolls. On 26 AugustElizabeth Ann Sprague married Thomas Fitzpatrick at Fort Belknap, Texas officiated by Rev. Pleasant Tackitt. Young County Marriage Book A, page And the plight of such as these as were in the Trans-Mississippi Department is aggravated by the fact that at the Surrender of General E.
Kirby Smith May 26th. it is said the Confederate Records including the Muster Rolls, were Burned at Shreveport, La., so that there were no Records left to even show their Service up to near the time of. Family History Library book FHL film item 3; book M22 The names are arranged in alphabetical order.
It includes officers and enlisted men, giving each name, rank, regiment, and residence. Fox, George and Juanita Fox: East Tennesseans in the War of muster rolls - 8, men (S.I.: G&J.
Fox, ) pages FHL Book M2. Muster rolls of the navy and line, militia and rangers, with list of pensioners, This book, Muster rolls of the navy and line, militia and rangers, by William Henry Egle, is a replication of a book originally published /5().
Official Web Site of the Texas Navies, The Texas Navy Association, P.O. Box Galveston, TX. Phone () Fax () Index to MILITARY ROLLS of the REPUBLIC of TEXAS - REPUBLIC OF TEXAS Index to MILITARY ROLLS of the.
Arizona Brigade in North Texas See a study of about fifteen CSA military units that patrolled North. Texas and Southern Indian Territory during the last /2 years of the Civil War.
Founded in July John Robert Baylor founded the Arizona Brigade following a successful CSA invasion then a disastrous retreat. Some of these commanders, and men, were in more than one company of the. These include veterans’ censuses, compiled service records, pension records, rosters, cemetery records, Internet databases, published books, etc.
Reid, Thomas. Spartan band: Burnett's 13th Texas Cavalry in the Civil War. (Denton, Texas: University of North Texas Press, c), FHL book M2rt; References [edit | edit source]. These muster rolls were used for payroll purposes. Often the Rangers were not paid for their period of service until the end of their enlistment and then only if the legislature passes legislation to fund their service.
In the Ranger service, a muster roll is one of the most basic military records. This book details how to go about ordering all sorts of records, unit diaries, rosters, logs, etc. from each of the service branches.
It also tells where other kinds of records are housed such as the historical archives of the service branches.
T, Index to Rendezvous Reports, Before and After the Civil War (, ), 32 rolls. These rolls are in alphabetical order, listing the names of all men who enlisted in the Navy during the years to and to T, Muster Rolls.
Book containing sixteen essays from the Southwestern Historical Quarterly and other scholarly journals. The essays are related to the state of Texas during the Civil War and cover such topics as military actions, Texan feelings towards the Union, and supply issues.
Reason is on the muster rolls for Captain Jonah S. Culwell/Calwell's Company in This unit was attached to the Texas Rangers. Sarah appeared on Parker County indigent dependent lists in as did most of the residents of the area.
After the war, Reason and. Bi-monthly muster rolls were prepared at the company level in order to track the army’s strength in the finest detail. Each roll contains the names of the constituent officers and men, frequently citing their dates of enlistment, and documenting their assignments, activities and/or, if relevant, any man’s special conditions or changes since.
The 1st Arkansas Light Artillery, originally known as the Fort Smith Artillery (), was an artillery battery of the Confederate States Army that served during the American Civil unit was actually a pre-war volunteer militia company which was activated as part of the Arkansas State Troops and mustered out of state service following the Battle of Wilson's : Confederate States Army.
On July 3,the Texas General Land Office furnished the writer with two muster rolls, pageshowing Jacob Garner in Colonel Jesse Benton's Regiment of Texas Rangers, and pageshowing him to be a member of Captain E.
Wheelock's Company, Colonel Bane's Regiment of Rangers, enrolled on May 8, for three months. Muster Roll of Captain G. Bittick's Company, 3rd Frontier District, Texas State Troops: Item 1: Bittick, George Crittenden: List of Captains in Texas Rangers, includes G.
Bittick for his service in 3rd Frontier District, Texas State Troops. Document located at. The listing here is based on the appendix in Virgil Carrington Jones' book, Roosevelt's Rough Riders.
This list apears to be more complete than rosters based merely on muster-in or muster -out rolls alone. -- Officers of the Cherokee Removal, Muster Rolls, TSLA.
2 reels. Reel 1 is 35 mm; reel 2 is 16 mm. Microfilm Only Collection. The records of the Cherokee Removal, including muster rolls, is organized by officer, with a list of soldiers in each regiment.
Shupe was born near Reading, Pennsylvania and emigrated to the DeWitt Colony in where he received title to a quarter league of land on Plum Creek in current CaldwellCo south of Lockhart.
He is listed on the muster rolls of the Texas Republican Army 3 Oct Dec and 16 Mar Jul He was at San Jacinto in the 5th Infantry Company, 2nd Regiment under Capt. Thomas. DeWitt Co. Civil War Muster Rolls: Goliad Co.
Civil War Muster Rolls: Evergreen Cem., Victoria, Dewitt Co. Civil War Muster Rolls: Goliad Co. General Index to Deeds: Goliad County General Index To Deeds: List of Losses Incurred From The Storm of August (Cont.) Victoria Co.
lists of Grand and Petit Jurors, Victoria Co. Marriage. Records,of the Dept. of Confederate Military Records. The bulk of the collection covers the years to,and to Includes correspondence, muster rolls, payrolls, clippings, descriptive rolls of pay & clothing, powers of attorney, rosters, printed material, scrapbooks, letter books, general & special.
Organization. Ford's Battalion Arkansas Cavalry was organized on Aug as part of the forces organized for Price's Missouri Raid the unit is also credited to Missouri. The Field and Staff Officers were Lieutenant-Colonel Barney Ford and Major Enoch O. Wolf. Barney Ford () was residing in Independence County, Arkansas, when the war : Confederate States Army.
10th Kentucky Partisan Rangers, CSA - Johnson's Cavalry - Company Rosters: 10th Kentucky Partisan Rangers, CSA - Johnson's Cavalry - History & Roster - FTP Site: 11th Kentucky Cavalry, CSA - Chenault's Cavalry: 11th Kentucky Cavalry, CSA - History, Photos, Rosters, etc: .By legislative act inaccording to the Texas State Library and Archives, “The duties which fell to the Adjutant General included the issuance of all military orders; the maintenance of records of appointments, promotions, resignations, deaths, commissions, etc.; the receipt of monthly and annual returns, and muster rolls from the.The display pictured above is made up of items which once belong to Mr.
John W. Adams a Corporal in Companies A and B of the Frontier Battalion,(records also list him as a Sergeant) of the Texas Rangers in the 's. Mr. Adams is believed to be the first owner of this model Remington in