5 edition of Mississippi Confederate pardon applications found in the catalog.
Mississippi Confederate pardon applications
Anne L. Webster
|Statement||compiled by Anne Webster.|
|Genre||Indexes, Registers, Genealogy|
|LC Classifications||E568 .W43 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 148 p. :|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||2009459296|
The Tennessee applications for pardon, , were submitted to President Andrew Johnson by former Confederates excluded from the provisions of his amnesty proclamation of Together with the applications are the affidavits, oaths of allegiance, recommendations for executive clemency, and other accompanying papers. This is the “first” and obvious Mississippi monument: And this is what the Park’s website has to say about it: The Mississippi State Memorial is located on Confederate Avenue at Milepost of the park tour road. It was erected at a cost of $32, and dedicated on Novem by Governor F. E. Noel and accepted by Blewett Lee.
Collection Summary. Records of the Confederate States of America (bulk ) MSS Confederate States of Amer items containers plus 2 oversize 28 linear feet 71 microfilm reels Manuscript Division Library of Congress Washington, D.C. Amnesty Papers: Name Index to Pardon Application Files. Group 2, Pardon applications submitted by persons from California. Refer to the National Confederate Lists for a detailed description of the records. FHL has entire series, including applications from California residents on FHL film #
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Author Anne Webster has abstracted these pardons in her new book titled &uot;Mississippi Confederate Pardon Applications.&uot; These applications along with related papers were submitted to. African American Confederate Pension Applications Alexander H. Stephens in public and private / Henry Cleveland Applications from former Confederates for presidential pardon Briarfield Arsenal, Columbus, Mississippi Civil War papers by and pertaining to Joseph M.
Eastis. The Presidential pardon given to ex-Confederates was a special power exercised by Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson and was usually extended in cases where the person pardoned had served in the military above the rank of colonel, or a civilian who had exercised political power under the Confederate power to pardon offences to the Federal government was given to the.
Mississippi Confederate Pension Applications by Betty Couch Wiltshire, Anne L. Webster, u, Pioneer Pub. edition, in English. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
Mississippi Confederate Pension Applications by Betty Couch Wiltshire, Anne L. Webster,Pioneer Pub. An Address Delivered at the Unveiling of the Confederate Monument at Vicksburg, Mississippi: Thursday, July 19th -- 10 A.M. Montgomery, AL: Call Number: NA M7 P56 Obsequies of Jefferson Davis: The Only President of the Confederate States of America, in the City of New Orleans, Louisiana, on Wednesday, Decem Author: Lauren Rogers.
M68w Mississippi Confederate Grave Registrations. 2 vols. Wmi Mississippi Confederate Pardon Applications. M68wi Mississippi Confederate Pension Applications. 3 vols. Hm Mississippi Rifles: A Muster Listing All Known Mississippi Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines Who Served in the Mexican War, Mississippi Confederate pardon applications book Mississippi Text Book of Law and Facts for the Canvass ofArranged for Convenient Reference.
Vicksburg Republican Print, Anne Webster, comp. Mississippi Confederate Pardon Applications. Carrollton, MS: Pioneer Publishing Co., Call Number: HV W43 Author: Lauren Rogers. Both Armies, Mississippi’s Confederate Congress, Author of Dixie, Badger Bulletin, JuneSword of the Late John Marshall Stone, Loss of the Flag, “Rebel” Camel Left Footprints in Area, Last Confederate Vet in Tishomingo County Dies, “The Southern Side,” from The Gale, Civil War Battlefield Summaries, Tishomingo County Civil War.
Confederate Applications for Presidential Pardons, x Collection of 14, pardon applications featuring background information and service details for former Confederates soldiers. U.S. Civil War Photos Almost 7, photographs depicting the Civil War Era.
"Amite County, Mississippi, " 3 Vols., by Albert E. Casey and Frances Powell Otken (FHL book D4c and fiche 6, to 6,) These volumes contain a lot of source material from Amite Co. MS records and also from the records of counties from which it was formed.
TCHGS Book Donations. Hubbard Counts Living Descendants. Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Mississippi. List of Educable Children, Tishomingo County, R.F.D.
Volume 1, Issue 3. Photo of Dr. Montgomery House and Office With Story. Occupations of the Past. Marriage Bonds, – (Aldridge–Clamrock). Confederate States of America A Register of Its Records in the Library of Congress passports, pardons, appointments to office, applications for office, and maritime and domestic affairs of the Confederacy.
Mississippi. Proclamations, messages, and other papers of President Jefferson Davis, acts and resolutions of the Confederate File Size: 75KB. Genealogical And Biographical Research: A Select Catalog Of National Archives Microfilm Publications (Part 4) Southern Civilians (Cont.) Records of the Adjutant General's Office, 's (Record Group 94) Case Files of Investigations by Levi C.
Turner and Lafayette C. Baker, M rolls. This microfilm publication reproduces an index volume and unbound. An online index to Virginia Confederate Rosters is an unofficial roster of Virginia Confederate soldiers. Confederate Service Records of Virginia, 65 (Family History Library film ).
Pension Records [edit | edit source] Confederate Pension Applications, Virginia, Acts of, Index Salt Lake City, Utah. Alabama seceded from the United States Janu Though Alabama did not have any major battles within its borders, it did contribute aboutwhite men to the Confederate armed forces.
Most served with others from their local areas. Unknown numbers of slaves were pressed into service to build or repair roads, railroads, and defenses, while others took care of the cooking and. The Mississippi Department of Archives and History collects, preserves, and provides access to the archival resources of the state, administers museums and historic sites, and oversees statewide programs for historic preservation, government records management, and publications.
The department’s public outreach includes exhibits, programs and. Confederate Applications for Presidential Pardons, – Collection of 14, pardon applications featuring background information and service details for former Confederates soldiers.
U.S. Civil War Photos Almost 7, photographs depicting the Civil War Era. Fighting on the Mississippi River.—Conflict of views in the Conscription Bureau.—Confederate States currency $10 for $1.—Snow a foot deep, but melting.—We have no negro regiments in our service.—Only conscripts from East Tennessee.—How seven were paroled by one.—This is to be the crisis campaign.—Lee announces the campaign.
Continuing in our week-long series of travels and observations in Vicksburg National Military Park The vast majority of the people-centered monuments in the Vicksburg National Military Park are simple busts or bas reliefs of various important military leaders.
These tend to be sprinkled around lining the park roads roughly around where they. These case files are organized by state, then by petitioner's last name. The majority is predictably from the south, although a few northern states are represented.
Applications for pardon were submitted to President Andrew Johnson by former Confederates excluded from the provisions of his amnesty proclamation of Most case files.Includes staff members for each company.
FHL book M28h v Amnesty Papers: Name Index to Pardon Application Files. Group 1, Pardon applications submitted by persons from Florida.
Refer to the National Confederate Lists for a detailed description of the records. FHL has entire series, including applications from Florida residents.North Carolina Military Records. USA (1,) > North Carolina (55,) > North Carolina Military Records () Statewide Military Records.
Veterans Schedules Ancestry. Confederate Pension Applications North Carolina Digital Collections. A Dictionary of All Officers Who Have Been Commissioned, in the Army of the United States Ancestry.
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