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Soldiers of the War of 1812 buried in Tennessee

Mary Hardin McCown

Soldiers of the War of 1812 buried in Tennessee

by Mary Hardin McCown

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Published by Tennessee Society, USD of 1812 in Johnson City .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • Tennessee
    • Subjects:
    • United States -- History -- War of 1812 -- Registers, lists, etc,
    • Tennessee -- Genealogy -- Sources

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled by Mary Hardin McCown and Inez E. Burns.
      ContributionsBurns, Inez E.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE359.5.T4 M3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 156 l.
      Number of Pages156
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6268338M
      LC Control Number59004624
      OCLC/WorldCa1268529

      [ digital copy] [ text copy] Published Soldiers of the Revolution and the War of buried in McLean County, Illinois [ digital copy ] [ text copy ] Published Hartland in the Revolutionary War: her soldiers; their homes, lives, and burial places. Places to find War of records and indexes on the Internet. War of Prisoner of War Records, from NARA Microfilm Publications M and M Index to the Grave Records of Soldiers of the War of Buried in Ohio (at Ancestry/requires payment).

        Resources in NARA Scan your War of records in our DC Scanning Room! Genealogical Records of the War of An article on War of records in the National Archives, including discussion of Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files, Military Service Records, and Naval and Marine Corps Records. Written by Stuart L. Butler, and published in Prologue (Winter. Other helpful printed sources include Stuart Lee Butler, A Guide to Virginia Militia Units in the War of () and Virginia Soldiers in the United States Army, – (), and Clarence S. Peterson, Known Military Dead During the War of (). Sources on the Web.

      c96s custer soldiersoftherevolutionandthe warofburiedinmcleancounty, illinois cilia). Original data: Miller, Lynn T.. Soldiers of War of roster of soldiers of the War of who are buried in , Mich.: Michigan Society, U.S. Daughters of ,


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Soldiers of the War of 1812 buried in Tennessee by Mary Hardin McCown Download PDF EPUB FB2

Soldiers of the War of Buried in Tennessee [McCown, Mary Hardin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Soldiers of the War of Buried in TennesseeAuthor: Mary Hardin McCown. Soldiers of the War of buried in Tennessee names abstracted from Colonel Davidd Henley's "Wastebook", regular and militia personnel for periodin southwest territory (Tennessee): petition from Overton County, Henderson & McGhee, storekeepers, Maryville, Tennessee, account October to December Rev.

: Genre/Form: Family histories History Registers (Lists) Sources Registers: Additional Physical Format: Online version: McCown, Mary Hardin. Soldiers of the War of buried in Tennessee.

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Contents. So1diers of War of Buried in Other States. Prisoners of. Soldiers of the War of buried in Tennessee, compiled by Mary Hardin McCown and Inez E. Burns. Add tags for "Soldiers of the War of buried in Tennessee: names abstracted from Colonel Davidd Henley's "Wastebook", regular and militia personnel for periodin southwest territory (Tennessee): petition from Overton County, Henderson & McGhee, storekeepers, Maryville, Tennessee, account October to December ".

Introduction. During the War ofTennessee furnis infantry men, 9, cavalry men, artillery men, and men in miscellaneous troops for a total of 27, men. An excellent comprehensive history of the War of is Donald R.

Hickey, The War of A Forgotten Conflict (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, ). For Tennessee’s involvement in the War ofsee Tom Kanon, Tennesseans at War Andrew Jackson, the Creek War, and the Battle of New Orleans (Tuscaloosa: University of.

a:^ Book_/ mmmm 'W SOLDIERS OF THE REVOLUTION C^ AND THE WAR OF v ^ BuRiSD In McLban County, Ilunois. (4^ ^ MiLO CXJSTER.

♦}•, ^ BMINGTON, Illinois. f^' ^*^^ m m m m m s s X ^ ^ "^ ^ ''♦^^ 7 KS^ 'MM SOLDIERS OF THE REVOLUTION AND THE WAR OF BURIED IN iMcLEAN COUNTY, ILLINOIS. WAR OFIndex to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Soldiers Who Served During the War of reels.

National Archives M TSLA Mf. # Index to service records is arranged alphabetically by soldier's surname. Includes rank and unit. See also: Published rosters of soldiers from various states. WAR OF SOLDIERS GREENE COUNTY, TENNESSEE SOURCES 1. Information from War Pension and Land Warrant Files, Soldiers who are buried in Old Harmony Graveyard, compiled by Sherry Lynn Britton DURING THE WAR OF ] Tennessee State Library and Archives.

Soldiers of the War of buried in Tennessee: names abstracted from Colonel David Henley's "Wastebook", regular and militia personnel for periodin southwest territory (Tennessee): petition from Overton County, Henderson & McGhee, storekeepers, Maryville, Tennessee, account October to December / compiled by Mary Hardin McCown, Inez E.

Burns. One burial book, kept by W. Cornelius, is in the TSLA collection. Cornelius kept careful records of the Civil War soldiers buried in Nashville during and These soldiers, buried by Cornelius, were not recorded in the City Cemetery Interment Books. Roster of Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines of the War ofthe Mexican War, and the War of the Rebellion, Residing in Nebraska Ancestry Service Records of Confederate Soldiers MyHeritage Soldiers' applications for admission, ca.

(Tennessee. This call for troops in shows the primary opponent of most of the Tennessee Volunteers: not the British, but the Native Americans. Tennesseans fought alongside and were close allies with certain Native American tribes and factions, but native contributions tended to be overlooked in the greater conflict and in the treaty ending the war.

WAR OF VETERANS BURIED IN MICHIGAN. The Michigan State Society Daughters of worked for over 10 years trying to located and verify all War of Veterans buried in our state.

Michigan has 83 counties and to date we have located War of Veterans buried in. Virginia’s Participation in the War of Soldiers of the War of Buried in Tennessee Johnson City, TN: Tennessee Society, USD ofE T2 S6 as recorded in General Entry Book Ottawa, Canada.

List of American. United States U.S. Military War of Cemetery Records. Only about 2, soldiers and sailors were killed during the War of A list of those who died is in the following source: Peterson, Clarence Stewart.

Known Military Dead during the War of Baltimore, Maryland: Clarence Stewart Peterson, (FHL book M23p; fiche ). War of Preserve the Pensions has 1, members. Preserve the Pensions seeks to preserve and digitize million pages of War of Pension. Tennessee War of Military Records Leave a Comment / Military, Tennessee On June 1,President James Madison gave a speech to the U.S.

Congress, recounting American grievances against Great Britain, though not specifically calling for a declaration of war. This monument memorializes War of soldiers buried along the old Natchez Trace. And it honors the service of all brave volunteers who marched on the Natchez Trace during the War of to help establish American independence.Links to War of sites National Society United States Daughters of Some War of Veterans in Weakley County, TN Capt.

James Tait Warren County Tennessee Militia Company Muster Roll, East Tennessee Mounted Gunmen Company Under Capt. John Trimble. The Indian War of Battle of Horseshoe Bend The Creek Campaign.

A Map.Note Denny McCobb was appointed colonel of the Maine and New Hampshire Volunteers, Dec. 23, ; appointed colonel of the 37th Infantry, Mar. 26, ; transferred to the 45th Infantry, Apr. 21, ; and honorably discharged J Robert Withington's discharge, dated Julyis on a discharge certificate of the 45th Infantry, but annotated to indicate discharge from McCobb's volunteer .