5 edition of Capt. Thomas H. Reeves. found in the catalog.
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Flanagin also stated that "the troops raised by the State are more than double all the troops raised by volunteering, or by the conscript law, within the past few months". Samuel Hall and Spicy Ray.
In the "Virginia Gazette" of 7 Jan. It was not known then that the regiment had been cut off by an overwhelming force of infantry, artillery, and cavalry under Federal Brig. Jesse Hall and Phoebe from Jacob Smith, 45 the South Fork of Roanoke River. I have no recollection of receiving any written discharge Thereupon the said Nathan Hall produced into Court the following certificates. Only a small percentage of Arkansas mounted forces met this definition. Frances Williams, in this county 1765, Sep: 3 p.
Halifax County was shaped from Lunenburg in 1752 and included all of the territory which is now in Pittsylvania, Henry, Patrick and Franklin. In this battle, after the enemy had been repulsed and the regiment had crossed the road to connect with Brig. Two days afterward, on September 19th, it constituted a part of the rear guard of General Robert E. Woodhull;s First Regiment, Orange County militia; also Sergeant, Col. The men were assembled at Louisville, where on May 22, 1863, Brigadier General I.April 27, 1813; Fort George, U.
Elizabeth Williams 1 Mar 1797.
Note 28: His discharge indicates service in both Capt.
The 45th Arkansas, for example, consisted largely of absentees from the 7th Arkansas and the 38th Arkansas Regiments.
The following is a list of units from other Confederate States that contained large numbers of Arkansas soldiers: Regiment Organization Date Commanders Alternated designations Company A, 13th Battalion Louisiana Partisan Rangers July 11, 1862 Capt.
John De Barth Walbach's Co.
1769 children named below, wits William Hancock and John Hancock, John Hall Jr.