3 edition of Report...for the months of November and December, 1864. found in the catalog.
1865 in Chicago .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||E631 .N87|
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|LC Control Number||unk82092878|
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The 18th Missouri Infantry Regiment was a Union Army unit organized during the American Civil War. 2 Detailed Service. Organized at Laclede, Missouri, July to November, Attached to: District of St. Louis, Department of Missouri, to March, 2nd Brigade, Branch: Union Army. Message Boards > Surnames > Shelton > Jasper Shelton CSA Muster Rolls.
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REUBEN BAILEY 5 JR. (REUBEN 4 BAILEY, RICHARD PAYTON BAILEY 3 SR., JAMES 2 BAILEY, SAMUEL "BAYLE" BAILEY 1 SR.) was born in Giles Co, VA, and died He married POLLY ADKINS DAVIS in about Ap She was born in Abt Notes for REUBEN BAILEY JR.: Notes from book by William Sanders "Clay Family Settlement on the Bluestone", McClain Publishing.
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Inspection Report dated Decem "near Richmond, Virginia" shows date of muster as "Aug " and term of service "war". Appears on Inspection Report dated Novem "before Richmond" by authority "war" and remarks "commanding officer" separate Inspection Report same date document comments "commanding brigade".
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A native of Tennessee, was born in Harrisburg, Sevier county, Maand was married at Middle Creek, same county, in September,to Mary Butler, born in Middle Creek, July 7, ; he enlisted when 26 years old, at Harrisburg, Sevier Co., Tenn., November 8,as a private in Co.
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All Confederate officers and men who have been delivered by the Federal authorities at any- place prior to November 25th,are hereby declared to be ex changed.
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