3 edition of Arkansas Confederate pension applications from Benton and Washington counties found in the catalog.
Arkansas Confederate pension applications from Benton and Washington counties
Desmond Walls Allen
by Arkansas Research
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||34|
Arkansas Confederate veterans and widows pension applications by Frances Terry Ingmire; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Arkansas Civil War, This volume contains an index to pension applications (approved & denied) filed by men who served in Arkansas Union units. Union pensions were based on the military service unit of the veteran, so this index can be used to trace the movement of men who served in Arkansas units, then moved to other parts of the county after the war.
Arkansas, Confederate Pension Records, [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., While this database does not include images of records, photocopies and scans can be ordered by emailing the Arkansas History Commission at [email protected] Civil War Confederate Pension Applications Index Presented in questionnaire form, a soldier’s application lists the Veteran’s place of enlistment, unit, period of service, battles participated in, and whether he was wounded or captured.
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Arkansas Confederate Pension Applications from Carroll, Baxter, Boone, Madison, Marion, Newton and Searcy Counties ISBN44 pp, 1, veterans, $ Arkansas Confederate Pension Applications from Benton and Washington Counties.
Arkansas Confederate Pension Applications from Benton and Washington Counties ISBN X, 30 pp, 1, veterans, $ This book is an index to Confederate veterans who applied for pensions from the State of Arkansas. View Images in this Collection Browse through images Citing this Collection "Arkansas Confederate Pensions, " Database with images.
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The granting of pensions for military service presented unique problems to the ex-Confederate states and the federal government after the Civil War.
Before the war, small annual pensions and land grants had been given to qualifying veterans of the U.S. military who had served in the Revolutionary War, the War ofand the Mexican War.
What originally began as limited payments to former. RICHLAND FAMILY HISTORY CENTER BOOKS. BOOK ARRANGEMENT AT THE RICHLAND FHC.
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Allen Desmond Walls Arkansas Confederate Pension Applications CIVIL WAR REFERENCE X Ap 06 Counties: Benton, & Washington Paper Arkansas Research Conway, AR $ 34 Allen Desmond Walls Arkansas Confederate Pension Applications CIVIL WAR REFERENCE Ap 06 Counties: Fulton, Independence, Izard, Lawrence, Randolph, Sharp.
Confederate Soldiers Buried in Benton County Arkansas ; Regiments. Men in Benton County served in various regiments and companies.
Those listed below were specifically formed in this county: 2nd Regiment, Arkansas Mounted Rifles (Confederate), Company D - 34th Regiment, Arkansas Infantry (Confederate), Company F - 35th Regiment, Arkansas. Arkansas Confederate Veterans & Widows Pension Applications. Pages, "x11", Full Name Index, Soft cover, FI, $ The records found in this book are housed at the Arkansas History Commission.
Once you have confirmed identity and know the application number, you can write the History Commission and request a copy of the. Civil War pension records offer a rich source of details for anyone researching U.S.
Civil War soldiers and their Union pensions which were issued by the federal government and are held by the National Archives, Confederate pension records were issued by the states in which the veteran lived at the time of his application.
Some states only offered pensions to maimed (lost a limb. During the American Civil War, Arkansas was a Confederate state, though it had initially voted to remain in the ing the capture of Fort Sumter in AprilAbraham Lincoln called for troops from every Union state to put down the rebellion, and Arkansas and several other states seceded.
For the rest of the war, Arkansas played a major role in controlling the Mississippi River, a Capital: – Little Rock, – Washington.
Benton County MILITARY RECORDS The AMERICAN CIVIL WAR, or The WAR BETWEEN THE STATES These links go offsite --Confederate Soldiers Buried in Benton County Arkansas. The 15th (Northwest) Arkansas Infantry Regiment (–) was a Confederate Army infantry regiment during the American Civil unit was originally formed as the 3rd Arkansas Infantry receiving the required 10 companies, the unit was redesignated as the 21st (McRae's) Arkansas Infantry recognition that there was already a 21st Arkansas, the unit was Allegiance: CSA.
Arkansas Confederate Veterans & Widows Pension Applications (Ingmire) yes (see Garland, Nevada, Pulaski, & Saline Counties) History of Benton County WASHINGTON COUNTY. John R.
Flinn,merchant and miller of Evansville, is the son of Hugh and Martha A. (Cottrell) Flinn. The father was born in Ireland inand the mother in Alabama in. The following section of this website is based upon History of Benton, Washington, Carroll, Madison, Crawford, Franklin, and Sebastian Counties, Arkansas published in Chicago, Illinois inand several other manuscripts interspersed throughout.
A list of works consulted for this history is located at the bottom of this page. The county of Benton lies in the extreme northwestern corner of.The Confederate State Capitol building in Washington, Arkansas was the capital of the Confederate state government of Arkansas, during –, after Little Rock, Arkansas fell to Union forces in the American Civil is located within Historic Washington State Park, and is a National Historic Landmark.
Description and history. The capitol building is a two-story wood frame structure Location: Washington, Arkansas.The Confederate Pension Applications were transferred to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission (TSLAC) from the Office of the Comptroller of Public Accounts between and Even at the time of transfer, some application files were identified as missing.