3 edition of Resolutions passed at a meeting of the Ninth Virginia Infantry, January, 25, 1865. found in the catalog.
Resolutions passed at a meeting of the Ninth Virginia Infantry, January, 25, 1865.
Confederate States of America. Army. Virginia Cavalry Regiment, 9th.
|Other titles||House of Representatives, Jan. 30, 1865 ...|
|Contributions||Confederate States of America. Congress. House of Representatives., Confederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||UA504 9th .C638 1865|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet (2 p.) ;|
|LC Control Number||2001554294|
Description: The opening battle of Grant’s sustained offensive against the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia, known as the Overland Campaign, was fought at the Wilderness, May On the morning of May 5, , the Union V Corps attacked Ewell’s Corps on the Orange Turnpike, while A.P. Hill’s corps during the afternoon encountered. Confederate States of America. Congress, Senate. Resolutions Passed at a Meeting of the Fourteenth Regiment of Virginia Infantry C Confederate States of America. Laws, Statutes, etc. [Senate, No] A Bill to Amend the Act entitled "An act to organize forces to serve during the war" Febru C Confederate States of America.
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available in a new book. Published by the West Virginia Division of Culture and History, From a “whirlpool of death to victory”: Civil War Remembrances of Jesse Tyler Sturm, 14th West Virginia Infantry, is the first book produced un der the auspices of West Virginia History, the state’s history journal. Sturm was born in Marion County. "The history of the 25th Virginia Infantry spanned the entire period of the war. Unlike the 25th Regiment, the history of the 9th Battalion of Virginia Infantry extended for less than a year." dj shows some light spots around spine area (dj now in mylar protector).
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Resolutions Passed at a Meeting of the Ninth Virginia Infantry--Janu. Digital version at Internet Archive; FHL fiche Royall, William L. (William Lawrence). Some reminiscences.
(Bethesda, Maryland: University Publications of America, c), FHL fiche Sherrill, Sandra P. Resolutions passed at a meeting of the Fourteenth Regiment of Virginia Infantry, in relation to the condition of the country and the conduct of the war Item Preview Janu - Laid on the table and ordered to be printed.
Crandall Addeddate Call numberPages: 6. The 9th Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment raised in Virginia for service in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil fought mostly with the Army of Northern Virginia.
Resolutions passed at a meeting of the Ninth Virginia Infantry The 9th Virginia completed its organization at Portsmouth, Virginia, in July, Its members were from Portsmouth and the counties of Roanoke, Chesterfield, Isle January Confederacy. Resolutions: Passed at a Meeting of the Ninth Virginia Infantry - January By the Chair; Laid on the table and ordered to be printed by the Congress of the Confederate States of America on 30 January Resolutions passed at a meeting of the Ninth Virginia Infantry --Janu ([Richmond: C.
A., ]), by 9th Confederate States of America. Army. Virginia Infantry Regiment (page images at HathiTrust) Resolutions adopted by Company "H", "I", and "K" Thirteenth Virginia infantry, Janu 9th Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series) [Trask, Benjamin H] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
9th 5/5(2). Duke holds one of the world’s largest collections of Confederate imprints, or items printed in the Confederate States of America between secession from the Union and the surrender of the Confederate military forces (December April ).
Confederate imprints are. Krick, Robert K. 30th Virginia Infantry (H.E. Howard: ), p. From a Confederate inspection report of that date.
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↩ The Confederate Order of Battle, Volume 1: The Army of Northern Virginia by F. Ray Sibley, Jr., page. The 9th West Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment suffered 3 Officers and 96 enlisted men killed in battle or died from wounds, and 1 officer and enlisted men dead from disease for a total of fatalities.
Colonels. Colonel Leonard Skinner, December, Lieutenant-colonel William C. Starr, December, Allegiance: Union. Consolidated with 5th West Virginia Infantry November 9,to form 1st West Virginia Veteran Infantry.
[Source: Compendium of the War of the Rebellion, by Frederick Dyer] Regiment lost during service 3 Officers and 96 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 1 Officer and Enlisted men by disease or accident.
John W. Dillon, of Floyd County Virginia, enlisted as a private on 25 May at Floyd Court House and was mustered into Company B, 42nd Virginia Infantry.
He was appointed hospital steward on 1 September and returned to regular duty with the regiment on 1 January Twenty Ninth Virginia Infantry (The Virginia regimental histories series) [John P. Alderman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : John P. Alderman.
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29th Virginia Infantry by John P. Alderman,H.E. Howard edition, in English - 1st : 25th Virginia Infantry and 9th Battalion Virginia Infantry by Richard L. Armstrong; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Confederate States of America, Confederate States of America.
Army. Virginia Infantry Battalion, 9th, Confederate States of America. Army. Virginia Infantry Regiment, 25th, Genealogy, History, Regimental histories, Registers, United States. 25th Virginia Infantry – The Civil War in the East. 25th Virginia Infantry and 9th Battalion Virginia Infantry, Virginia Regimental History Series, by Richard L.
Armstrong, H.E. Howard Publishing, 25th Virginia Infantry, Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Virginia, by Stewart Sifakis, pp.entry # In March,several West Virginia regiments were transferred to the Army of the Potomac, and were incorporated in the 24th Army Corps.
The 12th Regiment was assigned to the 3d Brigade of that corps, under command of Col. William. New York, –99). description ends, –13; Debates in the House of Delegates of Virginia upon Certain Resolutions before the House, upon the Important Subject of the Acts of Congress Passed at Their Last Session, Commonly Called the Alien and Sedition Laws [Richmond, ; Evans description begins Charles Evans, ed., American.See also Parker, Formation of West Virginia, Ironton Register, 6 June Cincinnati Daily Gazette, 13 July Ohio citizens were reluctant to join the Ninth Virginia after the Ironton Register discouraged enlistment.
In response, Whaley wrote to the paper in late October asking for volunteers and support.Commanding Officer: Lieutenant General J. Longstreet Elzey's Command: Major General (/4,) HQ: Richmond Virginia Colonel T.S Rhett's Command, Colonel Jack Brown's Command, Colonel 's Command (Chaffin Bluff), Captain Lee (Drewry's Bluff), Wise's Brigade French's Command: Major General (4l6/6,64l) HQ Petersburg.