2 edition of Index to Cumberland County, Pennsylvania in the Civil War, 1861-1865 found in the catalog.
Index to Cumberland County, Pennsylvania in the Civil War, 1861-1865
John D. Hemminger
|Statement||by John D. Hemminger.|
|Genre||Indexes., Registers., Genealogy.|
|LC Classifications||F157.C8 H42 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||2005277182|
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Get this from a library. Index to Cumberland County, Pennsylvania in the Civil War, [John D Hemminger]. At the county level the pre-eminent work of cataloging the troops of the county and their companies is John D.
Hemminger's book Cumberland County Pennsylvania in the Civil War, which he self published in These three sources, along with newspaper articles, provide the bulk of the basic information for this summary.
Revolutionary War Pension Applications Series 1, at Cumberland County, PA Archives. Index and description. Revolutionary War Pension Applications Series 2, at Cumberland County, PA Archives. Index and scanned images.
Civil War. - Pennsylvania, Register of Military Volunteers, at. Cumberland County Pennsylvania Soldiers in the Civil War Cumberland County PA Civil War Rosters For additional regiments and more detailed information about the following regiments including wounded, killed in action, promotions, regimental history and battles fought, see Bates' History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers 9th Regiment.
No figures exist to show how many people in Cumberland County supported the Confederate or Union side. UNION SOLDIERS. The Crossville Times on Ma discusses the organizational meeting of the Grand Army of the Republic John R. Swan Post No. These individuals were men who fought for the Union in the Civil War.
Presentation with Cooper Wingert & Scott Mingus on their new book “Targeted Tracks: The Cumberland Valley Railroad in the Civil War, ” The Civil War was the first conflict in which railroads played a major role. Although much has been Pennsylvania in the Civil War about their role in general, little has been written about specific lines.
Original Purchases Register - Register of Original Purchasers of rights to land in Pennsylvania who bought land directly from William Penn Patent Indexes - Index to land records by name of patentee, Philadelphia Old Rights (Index) - Index to warrants, surveys and returns filed for lands in Philadelphia County, generally prior to First Families of Cumberland County.
Each map and book showing the location of land ownership in 18th Century Cumberland County. Volumes can be found in the Historical Society Library and can be purchased via the online store.
Combined First Families Index (pdf). CUMBERLAND, PA: CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA in the Civil War, With Historical Sketches. (Hardcover). Civil War Index. Home The Armies Index to Cumberland County Soldiers The Battles Civilians Articles What's New About Us Pennsylvania Union Regiments.
First Five Companies Reserve, 1st PA Rifles 43rd PA Regiment, 1st PA Artillery 44th PA Regiment, 1st PA Cavalry 45th Pennsylvania Infantry 46th Pennsylvania Infantry. Among those buried on the cemetery grounds are twenty-six black Civil War veterans who served with the U.S. Colored Troops between and Those veterans include men who served with the 54th and 55th Massachusetts Volunteer Regiments, the first combat units open to African-American men during the Civil War, which were the units featured.
Map of the main battlefields, routes, camps and head qrs., in the Gettysburg, Wilderness and Appomattox campaigns of the Civil War in U.S. "Losses in some of the battles," "Union Army campaign organizations," "Confed.' Army campaign organizations," and a number of engagements in the states of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, and Virginia are indicated beneath the.
U.S. Civil War Soldiers million soldiers who served in the American Civil War. Special Veterans' Census Lists the veteran's name or widow's name, rank, year of enlistment, and year of discharge. Civil War POWs Confederate and Union Civil War Prisoners of War PA Veteran Burials Records.
Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, Ancestry. Civil War Prisoner of War Records, Ancestry. Civil War Service Records, Union, Colored Troops: 56thth USCT Infantry, Fold3. Civil War Service Records, Union, Colored Troops: Southard's Co, US Colored Infantry Fold3.
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When the Civil War began inmany expected the Cumberland Gap to be the site of a great battle because of its strategic importance.
Union leaders hoped to use it as an avenue of invasion into East Tennessee, a region of strong Unionist sentiment, and Southwest Virginia, an area rich in natural resources essential for Confederate victory.
Lewistown, PA: Mifflin County Historic Society, Graeff, Arthur D. Four Firsts in Berks Issued by the Following Organizations as a Partial Form of Observance of Great Centennial of the Civil War, l86l-l Reading, PA: Historic Society of Berks County, et.
al., Thompson, Heber S. The First Defenders, The Erie Regiment. Relief shown by hachures. Title and scale from Stephenson's Civil War maps, Pen-and-ink and pencil (some col.) on 2 sheets pasted together, forming an irregularly shaped sheet of tracing paper, mounted on cloth.
LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.), H Available also through the Library of Congress web site as raster image. Includes notes. Index of NC Troops from Bladen, Cumberland, Harnett, Robeson, and Sampson Counties Dead of Civil War from Fayetteville Observer Back to Cumberland County Homepage.
Cumberland County, Pennsylvania in the Civil War,with Historical Sketches [John D. Hemminger] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Cumberland County, Pennsylvania in the Civil War,with Historical Sketches. An illustration of an open book.
Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Sixtieth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, in the American Civil War, Sixtieth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, in the American Civil War, by Third Pennsylvania Cavalry Association.
Regimental History Committee. Publication date Cumberland County Library System | Bent Creek Blvd, SuiteMechanicsburg, PA Ph: ()ext. or () | Web Site by Cumberland County Library System (Mechanicsburg, PA) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike United States License.
This page lists soldiers named August Sungrist through Isaac Sweeney who served in Pennsylvania infantry units during the Civil War.
Index cards for these men are not in NARA microfilm publication M, Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of Pennsylvania ( rolls) because the cards were never received by. "Shippensburg, Pennsylvania in the Civil War gives readers the "feel" of the war and is enhanced by the soldiers' letters and the letters from home.
Over 74 letters are included to give this book a good cross section of information on the thoughts and experiences of the men in the field as well as the residents at home."--BOOK JACKET.
This database contains an index extracted from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, marriage records. Pennsylvania, Published Archives Series, – The Pennsylvania Archives is a collection of early Pennsylvania records, –, selected, transcribed, and compiled into published volumes, of which are included in this database.
History of the Third Pennsylvania Cavalry, Sixtieth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, in the American Civil War, Philadelphia, William Brooke Rawle, Captain, 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry.
The Right Flank at Gettysburg. Olde Soldier Books. An account of the operations of Gregg's Cavalry. 3rd Provisional Cavalry. U.S., Civil War Soldiers, This database contains the names of approximately million soldiers who served in the American Civil War.
In addition to their names, information that may be listed for each soldier includes regiment, company, and rank. U.S., Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, The Paper Trail of the Civil War in Kentucky 3 Civil War Casualties The North put million men in uniform – half of its entire draft-age population; the South musteredmen, an astounding 75 percent of its white draft-age popu-lation.
More soldiers died – about– than in all of America’s 20th century wars. Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, Ancestry. Civil War Prisoner of War Records, Ancestry.
Civil War Service Records, New Jersey State Archives. Civil War Soldiers Database National Park Service. Civil War and Later Veterans Pension Index. CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA in the Civil War, With Historical Sketches.
John D. Hemminger. + 50 pages. Hardcover. Reprint. This item is special order It is printed on-demand whenever an order is received.
Depending on the publisher's backlog, weeks may be required for delivery. Randy Watts has completed the most comprehensive history of the iron industry in Cumberland County. Extensively illustrated, charts, maps, bibliography, and an index.
Over pages of meticulous and documented research. After the Civil War, many Union veterans joined the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) and established posts in their communities.
Seven posts were set up in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania between and and Jacob M. Goodyear provides a short history for each one. Each post, as Goodyear explains, had “its own life story.”. County Pennsylvania. April 11th, " MF1 12 Mitchell's School Atlas: Comprising the Maps and Tables Designed to Accompany Mitchell's School and Family Geography.
Philadelphia, Inscribed "George Nailer's Atlas, Cumberland County Normal School, July 24th ". The 7th Pennsylvania Reserve Regiment, also known as the 36th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, was a regiment in the Union Army during the American Civil formed part of the Pennsylvania Reserve division in the Army of the Potomac for most of the war.
The regiment served in a number of important battles throughout the Eastern Theater, including Antietam and Fredericksburg. The 17th Pennsylvania Cavalry Regiment (also known as the nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers) was a cavalry regiment in the Union Army during the American Civil War.
It was the second regiment formed in response to President Abraham Lincoln's call July 2, requesting Pennsylvania furnish three cavalry regiments. American Civil War Soldiers; Battle of Cold Harbor, (May 31 to J ) Cumberland County, Pennsylvania; Battle of Gaines's Mill, (US Civil War) Battle of Gaines's Mill, VA JUS Civil War; Battle of Cold Harbor, VA May 31 – JUS Civil War; TAG for Leanne for Australian Pioneers; Supercentenarians.
Volume Reel American Revolutionary War Service Records; Soldiers--United States--Registers Pennsylvania, Seventh Battalion (Cumberland County Militia), Seventh Regiment: A -F. Volume Reel American Revolutionary War Service Records; Soldiers--United States--Registers Pennsylvania, Seventh Regiment: G - L.
Get this from a library. The bitter fruits: the Civil War comes to a small town in Pennsylvania. [David G Colwell; Cumberland County Historical Society (Pa.)].
Pennsylvania began issuing birth and death certificates in Before that time, some Pennsylvania counties kept birth registers as early as the Civil War, and some counties kept marriage registers even earlier.
For example, check out Philadelphia's marriage registers, available on microfilm at HSP. Biographical annals of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Blunston licenses and their background Boyhood memories of the Civil War,invasion of Carlisle. An Annotated Digest of Will Book A Guilford County, North Carolina, May Court Regular price $ Annals of Lincoln County, North Carolina: Containing Interesting and Authentic Facts of Lincoln County History Through the Years to This is a list of Books I have found that were written on the Orphans Schools/Homes: (*1) Pennsylvania's Soldier's Orphan Schools by James Laughery Paul, *(pages contributed by Charles Faust and Tammy Lamb) ** note: I do own my own copy of Paul's book now; Soldiers Orphan School by Charlotte Rhodes Squier, Read more about Book Review: The Bitter Fruits: The Civil War Comes to a Small Town in Pennsylvania John J.
and Charlotte Roy Butcher John J. Butcher, remembered as “one of Carlisle’s most highly respected colored citizens,” was born enslaved .