Quartermasters at Fort Brown, 1861 9. One report: No, names, rank, joined for service, mustered into service, remarks, Nov. Howard Company of Irregulars, page 45. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission. One report: no, names, rank, age, joined for duty and enrolled, remarks, June 20, 1861. On February 1, 1861, the delegates to the Texas Secession Convention adopted an ordinance of secession, which was approved by the voters of the state on February 23. Tax-in-kind records, 1863-1865, bulk 1864, 1.
Patrick Casey; January 21, 1864 Company I; 17th Regiment; Captain Rudolph Nickenke; July 25, 1864 Company I; 17th Regiment; Captain R. Peterson lived in until his death on 15 February 1956. The department had previously been formed in 1855 as a territorial entity. Huntoon; October 10, 1864 Company C; 2nd Regiment; Captain Joshua B. All books are in clear copy here, and all files are secure so don't worry about it. Three reports: No, names, rank, description, mustered into service, remarks, Mar 4, 1864, June 30, 1864, May 2, 1865. Estimates of tithes due Box Folder 401-857 23.
The listing is not exhaustive. Captain King, 1862 Box Folder 401-854 1. Also included in the first folder are the following: a list of agents and subagents employed in collection of the tax-in-kind in the 2nd Congressional District; a report of agents on duty for Captain G. Until 1929, he was an instructor at the school. San Antonio, 1863 Confederate quartermaster statements: sites outside Texas Box Folder 401-853 9.
Five reports show: number, names, rank, age, joined for duty and enrolled, remarks. Morning reports and returns Various volumes, 1862-1869 bulk 1862-1865 , 0. Peterson next was an assistant to the , as chief of the Miscellaneous Civil Section from April 1930 to August 1932, during which he was promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel on 1 November 1931. Five reports: No, names, rank, age, joined for service, mustered into service, remarks, Sep 1, 1863, Sep 3, 1863, Sep 19, 1863, Oct 25, 1863, June 10, 1865. Each entry, sorted alphabetically by surname, consists of a name, a volume number, and a page number within that volume. July-September 1864 Volume 401-997 January-November 1864 Military orders, 1863-1864, 0.
There are 1863 enlistment papers for Johnson, Linn, and Miami counties. General Orders, March-October 1864 6. Some of the information deals with either state or county militias. Arrangement These records are arranged by State Archives staff by type of order General, Special, or Circular , and therein chronologically. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. They date 1863-1865 bulk 1864.
Banker Following the , fighting ceased. Recruiting and enlistment--Texas--History--Civil War, 1861-1865. Approved March 6, 1953; in effect June 30, 1953. . One report December 31, 1861 has number, names, rank, enlisted, remarks. However, more specific materials deal with: descriptive lists for clothing or pay, enlistment papers, recruitment oaths, war department orders, expense claims, and casualty returns.
One report December 31, 1861 has number, names, rank, enlisted, remarks. Folder 8 — Company G, 1861-1863 One report dated October 16, 1861 lists, number, names, rank, and remarks. The nine member Kansas Armory Board was created in 1947. Eighty percent of the authorized 1,825 Kansas air National Guard membership is currently assigned. There are also 1868 and 1869 papers for all counties. From February 1915 to August 1918, Peterson commanded groups; including the and the 8th Engineer Mounted Battalion, at various camps; including in , the , and in. One report for May 30, 1861 lists, names, rank, age, joined for duty and enrolled.
In the process, his study becomes a history of how the two navies fought the oceanic war, linking high-level governmental decisions about strategy to the operational use of fleets in the Atlantic and Caribbean and from the South Pacific to the Indian Ocean. There is no index included. They operated even under heavy bombing by German planes, but no team members were injured. Kirby Smith formally surrendered the Trans-Mississippi Department on June 2, and Union forces under General Gordon Granger entered Galveston on June 19, 1865. Confederate quartermaster statements: sites in Texas Box Folder 401-853 1. July-December 1864 Grimes County: Box Folder 401-856 4.
State funds are provided for administrative support and operating costs related to buildings and facilities. Folder 21 — Company I, 1861-1864 Six reports: No, names, rank, age, joined for duty and enrolled, remarks, Dec 31, 1861, May 8, 1863, June 5, 1863, June 9, 1863, Oct 20, 1863, Dec 4, 1863. Folder 6 — Company E, 1861 One report: no, names, rank, age, joined for duty and enrolled, remarks, June 20, 1861. July 1864-April 1865 Brazoria County: Box Folder 401-854 23. Arrangement These records are arranged by State Archives staff roughly chronologically, to the month.