Record of the Richmond City and Henrico County, Virginia troops, Confederate States Army by E. H. Chamberlayne

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  • Confederate States of America. Army. Virginia Infantry Regiment, 1st,
  • Virginia -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories,
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories

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Statementcompiled by E.H. Chamberlayne, Jr.
GenreRegimental histories.
ContributionsConfederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)
LC ClassificationsE581.5 1st .C
The Physical Object
Pagination10 v. in 1 ;
Number of Pages10
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7017560M
LC Control Number10007771

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1 and 2 only; vol. 1 has autograph: Jno E. Laughton Jr. A Record ok tiiic Richmond City and Henrico County Virginia Troops, C. Arrnv, including the First Virginia Regiment of In" fantry— Richmond Grays, R L.

Blues, Co. " F." Richmond IIow- • >* itzers, Fayette Artillery, and other companies, will be published weekly, on Thursdays, in pamphlet form, giving a correct and com- plete war record of each company, which will be delivered or mailed to subscribers.

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Title: Record of the Richmond city and Henrico Co., Virginia troops, Confederate States Army [electronic resource] Author: Chamberlayne, Edwin H Number of pages: 16 pages Language: English Topics: Geography, United States, Virginia.

A GUIDE TO THE Dept. of Confederate Military Records, (bulk) Series III: Miscellaneous Records. A GUIDE TO THE Dept. of Confederate Military Records, (bulk) The Library of Virginia E. Broad Street Richmond, Virginia. This is a comprehensive, lavishly illustrated study of the Civil War as it was experienced in Henrico.

The book is designed for professional and armchair historians alike. For more information on the book and the author, plus samples of the book’s abundant illustrations, visit ourHenrico County Field of Honor site or call () (record group ) (bulk ) overview of records locations table of contents administrative history collected bound records of confederate executive, legislative, and judicial offices ("rebel archives") general records of the confederate government records of the confederate congress records of the.

Library of Virginia Civil War Research Guide. Henrico History: Cemeteries. With more than years of European settlement, Henrico County contains a vast number of burials. Unfortunately, most burials from the s and s have been lost to time, memory and changing land use and ownership.

The volumes in this collection constitute an unofficial roster of soldiers from Virginia who served in the army of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War.

These rosters represent the work of the Department of Confederate Military Records and its predecessor, the Office of the Secretary of Virginia Military Records, from [Confederate States of America. Army.]. Records of the Virginia Forces, Accession 7 reels. Microfilm. Records of Virginia Forces,consisting of fourteen volumes of letters sent, registers of letters received, general and special orders, morning reports of troops around Richmond, Virginia, and unbound letters and telegrams.

Names of Families in Henrico County Genealogy, Wills, Estates, Marriages, Probate Records Henrico County was founded in The county seat is Richmond, Virginia. The earliest of records which include deeds, orders and wills has been microfilmed even though the documents themselves are quite faded.

"I Have Nothing to Sell to the Yankees". Born in Virginia inwas educated in Richmond, Virginia, and served in the Confederate States Army as a private in the Second Company, Richmond Howitzers; was captured at battle of Sailors Creek, Virginia, April 6,and imprisoned at Newport News.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on Author: E. H Chamberlayne. The 1st Virginia Volunteer Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment raised in the Commonwealth of Virginia for service in the Confederate States Army during the American Civil fought mostly with the Army of Northern Virginia.

The 1st Virginia completed its organization at Richmond, Virginia, in May, At the outbreak of the war it had ten companies, but in April three were ance: Virginia.

Henrico County, Virginia, Relief shown by hachures. Shows roads, railroads, rivers, houses, names of residents, and woodland. The map is based on James Keily's "Smith's map of Henrico County, Virginia" (Richmond, Robert P.

Smith & C. Carpenter, ) Civil War salted paper maps. AL McClellan eventually withdrew to Fort Monroe. Follow in the footsteps of one of the largest troop movements in military history. Virginia Civil War Trails’ Peninsula Campaign: Civil War in Tidewater is a mile tour route that allows you to explore more than 60 sites in Tidewater Virginia.

Virginia State, County of Henrico City of Richmond Court Records Information Below you will find a collection of offline providers for Virginia State County of Henrico City of Richmond Court records, these are both governmental agencies and privately run organizations.

[See Vol. 5, Virginia, Henrico County, pp. Identifies War of veterans living in this county in ] Civil War [edit | edit source] Richmond was the capital of the Confederate States of America from to Regiments.

Service men in Henrico County, Virginia. All county court records prior to and almost all prior to are missing. Many records were destroyed by British troops during the Revolutionary War. Almost all circuit court records were destroyed by fire in [County Administrative Records] [Court Records] [Fiduciary Records] [Free Negro and Slave Records].

This map shows an area of Henrico County, Va., east of the city of Richmond and south of the Chickahominy River, where the Battle of Fair Oaks, or Seven Pines, took place 31 May-1 June Confederate Gen.

Johnston's plan to attack the Union Army of the Potomac's IV Corps (under Keyes) at Fair Oaks called for Longstreet to approach from. Company G (Capt. William H. Gordon's Co.) - many men from Henrico County.

Company H (Richmond Grays No. 2) - many men from city of Richmond. Edwin H. Record of the Richmond City and Henrico Co., Virginia Troops, Confederate States Army. Richmond, Va.: H. Schott, Laurel Hill Church marked the farthest extent of the Federal advance west toward Richmond during the two-pronged attacks on the city’s Confederate defenses on Septem After helping capture New Market Heights (two miles east), Union Gen.

Robert S. Foster’s X Corps division. RICHMOND COUNTY MEN IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY - (Partial list) If you have information you would like to share about anyone on this list please email to me. Also, if you know of other men of Richmond County who served and are not listed here please send data.

Thanks, Myrtle Bridges Addition Aug (bottom). The First Battle of Deep Bottom, also known as Darbytown, Strawberry Plains, New Market Road, or Gravel Hill, was fought July 27–29,at Deep Bottom in Henrico County, Virginia, as part of the Siege of Petersburg of the American Civil War.A Union force under Maj.

Gens. Winfield S. Hancock and Philip H. Sheridan was sent on an expedition threatening Richmond, Virginia, and its railroads Location: Henrico County, Virginia. During the Civil War, units of Kershaw’s Division of the Army of the Confederate States set up camp at Cedar Hill and built fortifications on the property.

Cedar Hill was donated to the Henrico County Historical Society by the St. Paul’s Baptist Church and moved to Meadowview Park by Henrico County Government in Richmond is the capital city of the Commonwealth of Virginia. It is the center of the Richmond Metropolitan Statistical Area and the Greater Richmond Region.

Richmond was incorporated in and has been an independent city since As of the census, the city's population was ,; inthe population was estimated to bemaking Richmond the fourth-most populous city in Virginia Country: United States. - Explore tminor79's board "Richmond ♡" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Richmond virginia, Virginia and Confederate states of america pins.

Joseph Carrington Mayo (Novem – August 8, ) was a Virginia lawyer and politician. He served in the Virginia House of Delegates, as attorney for the City of Richmond and as the city's mayor (and chief magistrate) from through the American Civil War. Mayo surrendered the city to the Union Army on April 3,and was twice deposed by Union generals during the military Born: NovemHenrico County, Virginia, U.S.

Jan 8, - Redesdale, River Road, Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia. Jan 8, - Redesdale, River Road, Richmond, Henrico County, Virginia. Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times.

Scale ca. LC Civil War Maps (2nd ed.), "Authorities From Henrico Co. map photographed by U.S. Coast Survey and captured Rebel map." Indicates Confederate fortifications, houses, names of residents, towns, roads, railroads, relief by hachures, drainage, and vegetation.

Description derived from published bibliography. Available also through the Library of Congress web site as. The Second Battle of Deep Bottom, also known as Fussell's Mill (particularly in the South), New Market Road, Bailey's Creek, Charles City Road, or White's Tavern was fought August 14–20,at Deep Bottom in Henrico County, Virginia, during the Richmond-Petersburg Campaign (Siege of Petersburg) of the American Civil War.

During the night of August 13–14, a force under the command of Location: Henrico County, Virginia. inflation in wartime Richmond and the use of government clerks as reserve troops in the city's fortifications (section 5), and letters,from John Bolling (d.

) of Company G of the 3d Virginia Cavalry Regiment describing scouting duty on the Peninsula, cavalry ambush tactics, and a skirmish with Union troops (section 7).File Size: 1MB. Original Caption: Richmond, after the evacuation U.S.

National Archives’ Local Identifier: NWDNSB From:: Series: Mathew Brady Photographs of Civil War-Era Personalities and Scenes, (Record Group ) Photographer: Brady, Mathew, (ca.) - Coverage Dates: ca.

- ca. Subjects: American Civil War, Brady National Photographic Art Gallery (Washington. Scope and Content Henrico County (Va.) Free Negro and Slave Records,consist of registrations and freedom papers (, undated); applications for registration (); manumission papers (); petitions by free negroes to remain in Virginia (); applications for non-negro certification (); miscellaneous free negro papers ().

CITY OF RICHMOND, VA WILLS, by Benjamin B. Weisiger, III, 55 pages, index. Richmond, in Henrico County, became a town in and a city in at which time its records started. Until the wills are found in the Hustings Court Deed Books. To view a digital copy of the index to this book, visit Index-Rchw. Shows the names of some residents, some of the outer fortifications of Richmond and those along the railroad north of the South Anna River.

Date, title, and scale from Stephenson's Civil War maps, Pen-and-ink, mounted on cloth. LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.), H25 LC Land ownership maps, Available also through the Library of Congress web site as raster image.

15th Regiment, Virginia Infantry (Confederate)Was organized in May,with men from Richmond and Henrico and Hanover April 9,it surrendered with 69 officers and men. The field officers were Colonel Thomas P. August; Lieutenant Colonels James R.

Crenshaw, Emmett M. Morrison, Thomas G. Peyton, and St. George Tucker; and Majors C.H. Clarke and John S. Walker.[1]. Inthe Egyptian Building of Richmond, Virginia was built after Napoleon’s army conquered the country of Egypt.

United States architects began to design Egyptian style buildings around the country. The Egyptian Building was near the site of the Confederate White House during the U.S. Civil War. Search results 1 - of Amelia County "Map from the Confederate Engineer Bureau in Richmond, Va.

General J.F. Gilmer, Chief Engineer[.] Presented to the Virginia Historical Society by his only daughter, Mrs. J.F. Minis, Sav[ana]h, Ga."--Note on map.- Explore thedavidmaxwell's board "richmond", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Richmond virginia, Virginia and Confederate states of americaK pins.Virginia Military Records.

USA (1,) > Virginia (39,) > Virginia Military Records () Statewide Military Records. Veterans Schedules Ancestry. 54th Virginia Infantry Roster US Gen Web. 64th Virginia Infantry US Gen Web.

9th Virginia Cavalry US Gen Web. A Puritan colony in Maryland (Randall, Daniel Richard) Family History Library A dictionary of all officers who have been.

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