UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS ASSOCIATION RECORDS

(Mss. 1357)

Inventory

Compiled by

Luana Henderson

1996

Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections

Special Collections, Hill Memorial Library

Louisiana State University Libraries

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Revised 2009

CONTENTS OF INVENTORY

SUMMARY .................................................................................................................................... 3
BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL NOTE ...................................................................................... 4
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE ................................................................................................... 6
LIST OF SUBGROUPS AND SERIES ......................................................................................... 7
SUBGROUPS AND SERIES DESCRIPTIONS ............................................................................ 8
INDEX TERMS ............................................................................................................................ 13
CONTAINER LIST ...................................................................................................................... 15
APPENDIX A ............................................................................................................................... 22
APPENDIX B .............................................................................................................................. 23
APPENDIX C ............................................................................................................................... 55

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SUMMARY

Size.

99.5 linear feet.

Geographic locations.

Southern states.

Inclusive dates.

1861-1944.

Bulk dates.

1898-1930.

Languages.

English.

Summary.

Correspondence, membership records, printed items, administrative records, financial records, orders, photographs, and some records of the Grand Old Army of the Republic.

Source.

Office of the Adjutant General, Department of Military Affairs, State of Louisiana, 1956.

Access.

Materials in vault restricted. Photocopies in Box 88.

Copyright.

Physical rights are retained by the LSU Libraries. Copyright of the original materials is retained by descendants of the creators of the materials in accordance with U.S. copyright law.

Citation.

United Confederate Veterans Association Records, Mss. 1357 Louisiana and Lower Mississippi Valley Collections, LSU Libraries, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Stack location.

32:1-50, OS:U, Vault:1

BIOGRAPHICAL/HISTORICAL NOTE

The United Confederate Veterans Association was established in 1889 as a benevolent, historical, social, and literary association. It was active from 1889 to the mid 1940s. Its mission was to "unite in a general federation all associations of Confederate veterans, soldiers and sailors, now in existence or hereafter to be formed; to gather authentic data for an impartial history of the war between the States; to preserve relics or mementos of the same; to cherish the ties of friendship that should exist among men who have shared common dangers, common sufferings and privations; to care for the disabled and extend a helping hand to the needy; to protect the widows and the orphans, and to make and preserve a record of the services of every member, and as far as possible of those of our comrades who have preceded us in eternity" 1

1Constitution of the United Confederate Veterans Association, Article 1.

2Leon Jastremski, "The Organization of the UCV," Confederate Veteran, v.12 (September, 1904), p. 425.

3For discussion of membership, see Gaines M. Foster, Ghosts of the Confederacy, Oxford University Press, 1987, p. 107.

Leon Jastremski, a member of the Association of the Army of Northern Virginia (AANVA), Louisiana Division claimed to have suggested to E. D. Wilett, president of that association, the idea that led to the organization of the United Confederate Veterans Association (UCV). After having witnessed a reunion of the Grand Army of the Republic in 1888, he approached Wilett with the notion of a federation for the Confederate veterans.2 Planning began with conversations among Wilett, Fred S. Washington and Fred Ober and other members of the (AANVA). They were joined by J. A. Chalaron and D. E. Given of the Association of the Army of Tennessee (AAT). In February 1889 AANVA joined with the AAT and Confederate States' Calvary in formally endorsing a plan for a general meeting of Confederate veterans. Each man appointed members to a committee, chaired by Fred S. Washington, for the purpose to a meeting that took place June 1889 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Representatives from local associations met to discuss the formation of the United Confederate Veterans Association and adopt its constitution. Washington represented members of the Louisiana Division of the Army of Northern Virginia, the Louisiana Division of the Army of Tennessee, and the Veteran Confederate States Cavalry Association. More than 500 of the 1,885 UCV local camps previously existed independently or as members of other societies. The total membership in the UCV may have approached 160,000 or 25 percent of the southern soldiers who survived the Civil War.3 The organizational structure of UCV was based on an elaborate military hierarchy, with a national office, three departments, divisions within the departments and local camps; there were appointed officers throughout the entire association. Awarding commissions to members was a major function of the Adjutant General's office. The early Generals Commanding", later known as Commanders-in-Chief,

included generals and several lower officers of the Confederate States Army, but UCV Commanders-in-Chief who later followed had held the rank of private during the Civil War. General John B. Gordon, elected in 1889, served as General Commanding until 1904 when Stephen D. Lee, who served from 1904 to 1907, succeeded him. Most subsequent Generals Commanding held a one-year term of office. George Moorman acted as the first Adjutant General and Chief of Staff appointed by General Gordon; he served from 1891 until 1903. William E. Mickle succeeded him in 1903, serving until 1919. General Andrew B. Booth served as Adjutant General until 1921, then as Assistant Adjutant General until 1923. His daughter, Mrs. Winnie Booth Kernan, continued in the position of Assistant Adjutant General through the 1930s. The majority of correspondence, reunion arrangements, membership records, and other administrative matters were handled through the office of the Adjutant General and Chief-of-Staff.

The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), founded in Springfield, Ill. in April 1866, was the largest organization of Union veterans of the Civil War. Organized under the leadership of Dr. Benjamin F. Stephenson, a former army surgeon, the GAR sought to promote comradeship among veterans, to extend pension rights, to provide relief for war widows and orphans, and to maintain homes for old soldiers. In 1868, GAR Commander-in-Chief John A. Logan inaugurated the observance of Memorial Day in honor of fallen soldiers. Membership in this Republican organization peaked at more than 400,000 in 1890. Two years earlier it had aided in the defeat of Democratic president Grover Cleveland, who had vetoed military pension legislation. The Grand Army of the Republic was dissolved in 1956.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

Official records of the United Confederate Veterans Association are comprised of orders issued by the Adjutant General, correspondence, membership records, printed items, administrative records and financial records. Correspondence primarily pertains to UCV business affairs such as registration of camps, issuance of commissions and convention matters. Among the membership records are rosters, lists of camp officers and card files of members. Printed and graphic materials consist of programs, ephemera, photographs, and newspaper clippings reporting convention events. Among the administrative records are constitutions and bylaws of the association and some divisions, camp records and writings. Manuscript volumes include rosters, cashbook ledgers and ledgers with some information about individual members. Subgroup 2 is comprised of records and manuscript volumes of the Grand Army of the Republic. Civil War documents, Subgroup 3, include military documents, correspondence and a Confederate imprint (1861).

LIST OF SUBGROUPS AND SERIES

Subgroup 1. United Confederate Veterans Association

Series I. Correspondence, 1891-1942, undated (boxes 1-49, 87- 88, vault)

Subseries 1. Correspondence by Department, 1891-1919 (boxes 1-17)

Subseries 2. Adjutant Generals' correspondence, 1891-1941 (boxes 18-34)

Subseries 3. Adjutant Generals' letter books, 1896-1919 (boxes 35-49)

Subseries 4. Generals' Commanding correspondence, 1891-1944, undated (box 87)

Subseries 5. General correspondence, 1893-1944, undated (box 88)

Series II. Membership records, 1893-1940 (boxes 50-77, 89-92)

Series III. Printed items and graphic materials, 1896-1941, undated (box 80)

Series IV. Administrative records, 1891-1942 (box 81)

Series V. Orders, 1891-1933 (box 82)

Series VI. Financial records, 1893-1940 (box 84)

Series VII. Manuscript volumes, 1882-1944, undated (vols. 1-72)

Series VIII. Artifacts, 1889-1929, undated (box 95, OS boxes 1 and 2)

Subgroup 2. Grand Army of the Republic (Veterans' Association)

Series I. Records, 1879-1923 (box 93)

Series II. Manuscript volumes, 1872-1923, undated (vols. 1-20)

Subgroup 3. Civil War documents, 1861-1864, undated (box 94)

Series I. Military Records, 1862-1865, undated (box 94)

Series II. Correspondence, 1861-1863, undated (box 94)

Series III. Confederate Imprint, 1861 (box 94)

SUBGROUPS AND SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

Subgroup 1. United Confederate Veterans Association

Series I. Correspondence, 1891-1942, undated (49 linear ft.)

Subseries 1. Correspondence by Department, 1891-1919

Correspondence consists of letters to the Adjutant General from the commanders and officers within the departments and their respective divisions. The departments included are the Trans-Mississippi Dept., Army of Tennessee Dept. and Army of Northern Virginia Dept. The majority of the letters are concerned with payment of dues and payment for badges for the delegates at the conventions, and letters requesting commissions. Material is retained in original order of UCV letterboxes.

Subseries 2. Adjutant Generals' correspondence, 1891-1941

Correspondence of the Adjutant General includes letters questioning convention protocol and procedures and requests for confirmation of the receipt of camp dues paid. Also included are letters expressing pleasure for the opportunity to meet with the Adjutant General at reunions and letters from fellow officers sending their regrets for not attending reunions. Included in Gen. Moorman's correspondence of 1902 are form letters sent to all commanders and adjutants requesting the location and dedication of Confederate monuments in their vicinities. Among General William Mickle's correspondence is a letter (1914) from William H. Meadowcroft, written on behalf of Thomas Edison, requesting a list of camps. In addition there is correspondence of various UCV officers concerning staffing, and the health and deaths of fellow members. Also contained is correspondence from print shops to the Adjutant General soliciting orders for convention badges. Other business establishments requested lists of camps and rosters. There are requests from veterans' descendants for information on individual members, and for assistance in locating weapons or other items belonging to confederate ancestors who either died or were captured during the war. Also included are letters by the American Press Association requesting information on meetings, convention plans and advance copies of speeches. There are letters concerned with Association politics, and letters endorsing candidates for officers' positions and staff appointments. The correspondence of Mrs. Winnie Booth Kernan, assistant to the Adjutant General, has been included in this subseries. Correspondence between Adjutant General and General Commanding are located in subseries 4. Material is maintained in alphabetical order by generals' name, with the exception of George Moorman, William E. Mickle and Andrew B. Booth, which are maintained in chronological order by year.

Subseries 3. Adjutant Generals' letter books, 1896-1919

Correspondence written by the Adjutant General to adjutants of camps and their descendants refers to payment and nonpayment of dues, receipt of camp rosters and officers' lists, and convention badges for delegates. Material is maintained in chronological order.

Subseries 4. Generals' Commanding correspondence, 1891-1944

Much of this correspondence is between the General Commanding and the Adjutant General or Assistant Adjutant General discussing UCV business and convention preparations. There is some correspondence from members of other organizations and other individuals. Of particular interest is a letter (1899), written in Spanish, by President Porfirio Diaz of Mexico to General Gordon concerning a man by the name of MacStewart; original located in vault (photocopy in Box 88). Also of interest is a letter (1900) by T. H. Huff of Texas to General Gordon discussing the circumstances of MacStewart's imprisonment in Mexico. This subseries includes all correspondence of the Generals Commanding including correspondence before and after their terms in that office, with the exception of Harry Rene Lee whose correspondence is contained in the Adjutant Generals' correspondence. Material is maintained in alphabetical order by Generals' names.

Subseries 5. General correspondence, 1893-1944, undated

General correspondence consists of letters written by individuals outside the offices of the Adjutant General and the General Commanding. Included are several letters by members of the Committee on Monuments concerning the erection of a monument to the "women of the Confederacy" and donations for the monument. In addition there are letters from various officials of Southern states, including the governor of Arkansas, stating pension laws and the amount of funds spent to maintain homes for Confederate veterans. Also included is another letter (1899) by President Porfirio Diaz of Mexico to Congressman Joseph Wheeler of Georgia concerning MacStewart; original located in vault (photocopy in Box 88). Of importance are photocopies of two notes written by Varina Davis to Lewis Guiou expressing her regrets for being unable to accept invitations to reunions, (1900, 1906), and a note by Mary Anna Jackson expressing similar regrets (1906); originals located in vault (photocopy in Box 88). Material is maintained in chronological order by year.

Series II. Membership records, 1893-1940 (29 linear ft.)

Membership records contain lists of officers of individual camps; these lists include locations of camps, camps' names and numbers, as well as the dates of the forms submission. This information is duplicated on some camp rosters. The rosters contain similar information to the lists of officers including lists of members, camp names and numbers, locations of the camp and the dates the forms were submitted. Also among these records are the lists of delegates and alternates of each camp sent to reunions. Most include headquarters' locations, dates, and camp names and numbers. These lists are in order by date and camp number. Mortuary reports included in this series name deceased members, to which camps they belonged, dates of death

and in some cases residences. Certificates of membership (1897-1898) record military service in the Confederate Army by members registered in the UCV. Most certificates state the member's service record during the Civil War, including information on commanding officers, battle engagements, whether the member was wounded and, if captured, to which prison he was sent; this material is retained in chronological order by year. File cards record payment of membership dues; some cards include member's residence, rank and position in the United Confederate Veterans Association. There is also an oversize roster of the Gen. Francis Nicholls Camp (1898). File cards are retained in original order. Some gaps exist in this series.

Series III. Printed items and graphic materials, 1896-1941, undated, (1 linear ft.)

Printed items consist of the constitutions and bylaws, reports, programs of various events, a list of commanders for 1919, lists of camps, and writings. Speeches, biographical sketches, poetry and prose comprise the majority of the writings. Reunion material pertains to parades, travel and accommodations, convention proceedings, and reports. Circulars give general information and newspaper clippings primarily report events and business affairs of the annual conventions. Monuments and memorials papers concern the organizations involved with the proposed construction of Confederate monuments, and include the minutes of Confederated Southern Memorial Association annual conventions for 1925-1926 and 1929. Graphic material include postcard of the Ozarks, pictures and photographs of various UCV officers, Chief Justice William Tilghman of Pennsylvania, and the last meeting of camp 1321 (April 3, 1928). There are several photographs of women, some of which are identified as maids or matrons of honor, cadet aides to commanders, or chaperons on staff. Oversize printed items include certificates awarded, with certificates awarded to individual members and maids of honor of the Confederate Survivors Association. In addition there is a broadside depicting sample works of sculptor Augustus Lukeman, a map of Chickamauga, an offprint of a short biography of Col R. H. Adams from the New Decatur Advertiser with a photographic reproduction of his portrait. Ephemera include death notices, invitations, calling cards, menus, convention invitations and dedications. Also included in this series are the constitutions and by-laws of individual camps and printed material related to individual divisions within the UCV.

Series IV. Administrative records, 1891-1942 (2 linear ft.)

Writings consist of prayers and addresses presented at reunions, poetry and prose praising the Confederacy, and biographical sketches that contain a few personal accounts of military service in the Confederate States Army. Also within this series are committee reports presented at conventions, drafts consisting of minutes, constitutions and bylaws of the United Confederate Veterans Association and some of its divisions. Also included is information on veterans receiving pensions from the state of Louisiana (1936, undated). In addition there are a few scattered official service records (1915-1923) from the U. S. War Dept. They briefly describe the military service of some members. Also included are commission records of the Adjutant

General's, consisting of orders for commissions, commissions applied for and commissions to be engrossed. Camp records consist of camp charters, a few scattered camp reports, certification of delegates sent by camps to the conventions and votes by camps taken at conventions. Also among these records are lists of camps, reflecting departments, their divisions and camps within divisions that were registered member camps of the United Confederate Veterans Association. There is a gap for some departments between 1904-1918. In addition there are camp applications submitted to the Adjutant General's office, requesting the admission of camps into the United Confederate Veterans Association. Most applications contain date, camp name and number, and number of members registered in the camp. Miscellaneous records include lists containing locations of Confederate monuments, and unofficial rolls of deceased members, including a memorial roll of Raphael Semmes camp (undated) with birth and death dates of its members. Additional lists include staff appointments within the UCV, its divisions and departments. In addition, there is a resolution passed by the Florida legislature (undated) relative to pensions, a roll of prisoners of war of Louisiana captured between 1861-1863, who may have been imprisoned at Camp Chase in Ohio, and lists of camps, commanders and adjutants.

Series V. Orders, 1891-1933 (.5 linear ft.)

These orders were sent out by the Adjutant General's office and its divisions announcing staff changes, staff appointments, and deaths of prominent comrades, in addition to disclosing plans and information about annual reunions and travel.

Series VI. Financial records 1893-1940 (1 linear ft.)

These records consist of some financial statements and reports prepared by the Adjutant General and Chief of Staff, bank statements, and a sampling of sales receipts and vouchers. Among the business and legal papers is a notarial protest (1893), certificate of deposit (1912), and script certificate (1912). The cash accounts consist of loose ledger pages for the years 1901, 1921-1922.

Series VII. Manuscript volumes, 1882-1944 (4 linear ft.)

Volumes chiefly consist of ledgers and rosters of camps and officers, UCV cashbooks, which are mainly record books of camp dues paid, and the Adjutant Generals' cashbooks. Some rosters include the service records of officers. There are also several account books, General Geo. Gordon's letter book (1910-1911), Major A. B. Booth's logbooks (1912) and memoranda notebook (1923) of the reunion held in New Orleans. Among the miscellaneous volumes is a roster of the American Union Club (1882), a hotel ledger, and two ledgers with alphabetical lists of names.

Series VIII. Artifacts, 1889-1929, undated (.5 linear ft.)

Items related to the UCV reunions include camp ribbons worn by members, and badges for camp delegates. Other objects include an embossing stamp, another stamping device, and a set of keys.

Subgroup 2. Grand Army of the Republic (Veterans Association)

Series I. Records, 1879-1923 (.5 linear ft.)

These records consist of correspondence, resolutions, quartermasters' reports, orders, and proceedings of the annual encampment of the Department of Louisiana and Mississippi and Department of Virginia. Also included is a photograph of an Union soldier amputee (undated). Administrative records contain two officers lists (1919, 1922) for the Joseph A. Mower Post No. 1, and an application for membership (undated). Among the printed items are manuals, rules and regulations, and bylaws of the GAR. Included among these records is a reunion badge for the A. M. Taylor Post No. 153 (undated).

Series II. Manuscript volumes, 1872-1923, undated (2 linear ft.)

Volumes include a letter book of the Jos. A. Mower Post No. 1 (1884-1889), minutes of this post, with some drafts of resolutions, a muster roll of the Dept. of the Gulf, Jos. A. Mower Post No. 1, a roster of the Dept. of Louisiana that includes some notes and addresses of the members of the Jos. A. Mower Post No. 1, Dept. of Louisiana, and orders from the department headquarters. Also in this series are scrapbooks containing correspondence, circulars, orders, and an index to the proceedings of 1882. Two volumes of include information on the service records, residences, and occupations of members. A photograph of J. R. McConnell (undated) is pasted to the inside cover of volume 17 of this subgroup.

Subgroup 3. Civil War documents

Series I. Military records, 1862-1865, undated

Among the military records is a Trans-Mississippi Dept. account book (1862-1864), two membership rosters of the Battery Guard of Orleans, (1861, undated), inspection reports (1865) for the 1st. Kentucky Regiment, 9th Kentucky Regiment Cavalry, 13th Tennessee Regiment Cavalry and 4th Tennessee Regiment. Also among the military documents are photostatic copies of William E. Mickle's military assignment (1865) and retirement papers (1865).

Series II. Correspondence, 1861-1863, undated

Correspondence contains three letters written by soldiers describing conditions in the field and two letters by Dr. Joseph Jones, a surgeon in the Confederate army, one inquiring about the use of quinine in the treatment of malaria, and the other referring to a circular requesting information on the treatment of various diseases.

Series III. Confederate imprint, 1861

A fragment of a Confederate imprint (1861) of ordinances and resolutions passed during the 1861 convention of the State of Georgia.

INDEX TERMS

Army of Tennessee Dept. SG1.I.1, VII

Army of Northern Virginia Dept SG1.I.1, VII

Atkinson, Homer SG1.I.4

Barnard, I. P. SG1.I.3, III

Booth, Andrew, B. SG1.I.1, VIII

Cabell, W. L. SG1.I.4

Carr, Julian S. SG1.I.4

Claypool, John M. SG1.I.4

Confederated Southern Memorial Association (U.S.) SG1.I.4, III

Confederate States of America. Army SG1.II, III, IV

Davis, Varina, 1826-1906 SG1.I.4

DeSaussure, C. A. SG1.I.4

Diaz, Porfirio, 1830-1915 SG1.I.4, I.5

Evans, Clement SG1.I.4

Foster, J. C. SG1.I.4

Freeman, W. B. SG1.I.4

Goodwyn, A. T. SG1.I.4

Gordon, George W. SG1.I.4

Gordon, John G., 1832-1904 SG1.I.4, VIII

Grand Army of the Republic SG2.I-II

Haldeman, B. SG1.I.4

Hancock, W. Scott SG1.I.2

Jackson, Mary Anna, 1831-1915 SG1.I.5

Kernan, Winnie Booth SG1.I.2, IV

Lee, Harry Rene SG1. I.2, I.4

Lee, Stephen D. (Stephen Dill), 1833-1908 SG1.I.4

Louisiana--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Prisoners and prisons SG1.IV

Lukeman, Augustus, 1871-1935 SG1.III

Mickle, William English, 1846-1920 SG1.I.1, I.2-5, SG3.I

Moorman, George SG1.I.1, I.2, I.4

Ogletree, W. E. T. SG1.I.2

Osborne, Hampden SG1.I.2

Pierce, Rice T. SG1.I.4

Sneed, R. A. SG1.I.4

Sons of Confederate Veterans (Organization) SG1.III, V

Stephens, L. W. SG1.I.4

Taylor, Edgar D. SG1.I.2

Thomas, James A. SG1.I.4

Trans-Mississippi Dept. SG1.I.1, III, VII, SG3.I

United Daughters of the Confederacy SG1.I.4, III, IV

VanZandt SG1.I.4

Vance, M. D. SG1.I.4

Walker, C. Irvine SG1.I.4

Young, Bennett A. SG1.I.4

CONTAINER LIST

Stack Location

Box

Folders

Contents

Series I. Correspondence, subseries 1, correspondence by department

32:1

1

60

Trans-Mississippi Dept. Adjutant General George Moorman (1891-1897)

2

60

Trans-Mississippi Dept. Adjutant General George Moorman, Adjutant General William Mickle (1897-1907)

3

57

Trans-Mississippi Dept. Adjutant General William Mickle (1907-1913)

4

58

Trans-Mississippi Dept. Adjutant General William Mickle (1913-1916)

32:3

5

51

Trans-Mississippi Dept. Adjutant General William Mickle (1917-1919)

6

65

Army of Tennessee Dept. Adjutant General William Mickle, Adjutant General George Moorman (1891-1895)

32:4

7

60

Army of Tennessee Dept. Adjutant General George Moorman, Adjutant General William Mickle (1894-1904)

8

63

Army of Tennessee Dept. Adjutant General George Moorman, Adjutant General William Mickle (1904-1909)

32:5

9

60

Army of Tennessee Dept. Adjutant General George Moorman, Adjutant General William Mickle (1909-1911)

10

42

Army of Tennessee Dept. Adjutant General George Moorman, Adjutant General William Mickle (1912-1914)

32:6

11

44

Army of Tennessee Dept. Adjutant General George Moorman, Adjutant General William Mickle (1914-1916)

12

40

Army of Tennessee Dept. Adjutant General George Moorman, Adjutant General William Mickle (1916-1917)

32:7

13

19

Army of Tennessee Dept. Adjutant General George Moorman, Adjutant General William Mickle (1917-1919)

32:8

14

35

Army of Northern Virginia Dept. Adjutant General George Moorman (1891-1899)

15

30

Army of Northern Virginia Dept. Adjutant General George Moorman, Adjutant General William Mickle (1900-1908)

32:9

16

27

Army of Northern Virginia Dept. Adjutant General William Mickle (1909-1913)

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17

29

Army of Northern Virginia Dept. Adjutant General William Mickle (1914-1918)

Series I. Correspondence

Subseries 2, Adjutant Generals' correspondence

32:10

18

18

Adjutant General George Moorman (1890-1897)

19

9

Adjutant General George Moorman (1898-1900)

32:11

20

20

Adjutant General George Moorman (1900-1901)

21

21

Adjutant General George Moorman (1901-1909, undated), monument correspondence (1902)

32:12

22

19

Adjutant General William Mickle (1893-1903)

23

21

Adjutant General William Mickle (1903-1905)

32:13

24

38

Adjutant General William Mickle (1905-1906)

25

34

Adjutant General William Mickle (1907-1908)

32:15

26

39

Adjutant General William Mickle (1908-1911)

27

43

Adjutant General William Mickle (1911-1913)

32:16

28

11

Adjutant General William Mickle (1914-1924, undated)

29

31

Adjutant General Andrew B. Booth (1898-1926, undated)

32:17

30

18

Adjutant Generals I.P. Barnard, Hancock, Assistant Adjutant Gen. Winnie Booth Kernan (1923-1926)

31

20

Assistant Adjutant General Winnie Booth Kernan (1927-1944, undated)

32:18

32

19

Adjutant Generals Henry Rene Lee, Ben Mathes, W.E.T. Ogletree, Hampden Osborne (1919-1940)

33

14

Adjutant Generals Hampden Osborne, Edgar D. Taylor (1915-1927, undated)

Series I. Correspondence,

Subseries 3, Adjutant Generals' letter books

32:19

35

15

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1891-1896), volumes 1-15

32:20

36

15

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1896-1898), volumes 16-30

37

15

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1898-1900), volumes 31-45

32:21

38

15

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1900-1902), volumes 46-60

39

14

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1902-1903), volumes 61-74

32:22

40

14

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1903-1905), volumes 75-88

41

15

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1905-1907), volumes 89-102, includes v.102a and b (box 102b formerly v. 206, misc. correspondence 1905-1906), (1905-1907)

32:23

42

14

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1907-1908), volumes 103-116

43

14

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1908-1909), volumes 117-130

32:24

44

13

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1909-1911), volumes 131-143

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45

13

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1911-1912), volumes 144-156

32:25

46

13

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1911-1913), volumes 157-169

47

14

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1913-1915), volumes 170-183

32:26

48

11

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1915-1916), volumes 184-194

49

11

Adjutant Generals' letter books (1905, 1916-1919), volumes 195-205, (v. 205 contains personal correspondence of William E. Mickle 1905)

Series I. Correspondence,

Subseries 4, Generals' Commanding correspondence

32:47

87

35

Generals Commanding correspondence (1891-1943, undated)

Series I. Correspondence,

Subseries 5, general correspondence

88

16

General Correspondence (1899-1944, undated)

Vault:1

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Originals by Varina Davis, Mary Anna Jackson, Porfirio Diaz are

restricted. Use copies within the collection (Box 88)

Series II. Membership records

32:47

50a

6

Lists of Camp Officers (1894)

50b

36

Lists of Camp Officers (1897-1903)

51

36

Lists of Camp Officers (1904-1908)

32:28

52

36

Lists of Camp Officers (1908-1912)

53

38

Lists of Camp Officers (1912-1915)

32:29

54

45

Lists of Camp Officers (1915-1920)

55

25

Lists of Camp Officers (1921-1924)

32:30

56

36

Lists of Camp Officers (1925-1935)

57

54

Rosters. Camps 1-45

32:31

58

46-97

Rosters. Camps 46-97

59

50

Rosters. Camps 98-141

32:32

60

57

Rosters. Camps 142-197

61

66

Rosters. Camps 200-275

32:33

62

70

Rosters. Camps 277-368

63

73

Rosters. Camps 369-458

32:34

64

68

Rosters. Camps 461-548

65

80

Rosters. Camps 551-640

32:35

66

77

Rosters. Camps 641-739

67

96

Rosters. Camps 742-868

32:36

68

85

Rosters. Camps 874-974

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69

104

Rosters. Camps 975-1101

32:37

70

98

Rosters. Camps 1102-1211

71

106

Rosters. Camps 1212-1329

32:38

72

112

Rosters. Camps 1330-1449

73

125

Rosters. Camps 1450-1580

32:39

74

114

Rosters. Camps 1581-1699

75

150

Rosters. Camps 1700-1854

Certificates of membership (1897-1898)

32:40

76

31

Delegates and alternates (1894-1902)

77

37

Delegates and alternates (1903-1907)

32:41

78

36

Delegates and alternates (1908-1914)

79

36

Delegates and alternates (1915-1927)

32:47-48

89-92

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Card files (ca.1920-1940), retained in original order

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Roster of the Gen. Francis Nicholls Camp (1898)

Series III. Printed items and graphic materials.

32:43

80

1-2

Constitutions, bylaws (1894-1924, undated)

3-4

Programs (1897-1936, undated)

5-9

Writings (1880-1940, undated)

10-17

Monuments, memorials (1892-1941, undated)

18-36

Printed items by division and departments (1893-1941)

37

Lists of commanders and adjutant generals (1919)

38-40

Lists of organized camps (1898-1921)

63, 41

Reports (1898-1929)

42

Legislation (1895-1929)

43-44

Circulars (1896-1918)

45-50

Ephemera (1902-1940, undated)

51-62

Reunions (1890-1932, undated)

64

Advertisements (1893-1824)

65

Graphic material (1906-1924)

66

Sample forms, letterhead (1895-1939)

67-68

Miscellaneous (1895-1939)

69-70

Photographs (1924-1928, undated)

32:50

95

1-14

Newspaper clippings, reprints (1897-1942, undated)

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Certificates (1898-1933, undated)

2

Broadside (undated), pageant announcement (1915), offprint (undated), catalog of ribbons and badges (1899)

4

Evening Truth- souvenir ed. (undated)

5

Constitutions and bylaws, clippings, miscellaneous items

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Series IV. Administrative Records.

32:43

81

1-9

Writings (1889-1926, undated)

10

Committee membership lists (1906-1931, undated)

11-15

Reports (1897-1940, undated)

16-20

Drafts of minutes, constitutions, by-laws, resolutions (1891-1941, undated)

21

Monuments (1893-1924)

22

Service records (1915-1924, undated)

23

Pensions (1936, undated)

24

Badge orders (1925, undated)

25-28

Miscellaneous records (1895-1939, undated)

32:45

83

1-9

Mortuary Lists (1904-1934)

10-16

Commission records (1901-1935, undated)

32:46

84

1-16

Staff Listings (1894-1942, undated)

85

1-24

Camp records (1894-1940, undated)

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Resolution of the Florida legislature (undated)

3

Roll of prisoners, lists of camps, captures, and commanders (undated)

Series V. Orders.

32:45

82

1-6

General orders (1904-1920, undated)

7-10

Special orders (1891-1916, undated)

11-19

Orders by Division: Alabama Division (1893-1920), Florida Division (1899-1924), Louisiana Division (1909-1931), Maryland Division (1898-1899), Missouri Division (1896-1908, undated), North Carolina (1895-1903), Pacific Division (1899-1906), Tennessee Division (1896-1904)

Series VI. Financial Records.

32:46

84

17-21

Financial statements (1899-1942, undated)

22-27

Bank statements (1915-1942, undated)

28

Dues paid (1897-1939, undated)

29

Business and legal papers (1893-1924)

30

Bank book (1893-1914)

31

Cash accounts (1901-1922)

32-33

Receipts (1893-1926)

34

Miscellaneous financial records (1899-1940, undated)

Series VII. Manuscript volumes

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32:42

v. 1-3

Camp books, lists of camps (1914, undated)

v. 4-10

Cashbooks (1882-1942)

v.11-15

Adjutant Generals' cashbooks (1904-1944)

v.16-17

Roster of officers (undated)

v.18-23

Camp records ledger (1892-1894)

v.24-26

Roster of camps (1914-1915)

v.27

Roster of dept. and division officers (1905-1906)

v.28

Convention register. Louisiana Division (1910-1911)

v.29-30

Ledgers of officers' dues (1907-1928)

v.31

Bank account book (1920-1927)

v.32

General Geo. Gordon letter book (1910-1911)

v.34

Staff ledger (1920)

v.36

Sale of documents, reunion badges (1914-1917)

v.33-39

Miscellaneous ledgers

32:50

v.40-41

Delegates by division

v.42-63

Ledgers of active camps (1889-1925)

v.64

Commissions applied for (1920-1921, undated)

v.65

Minutes (1905-1906)

v.66

Cashbook. Louisiana Division (1920)

v.67

Stenographic report of proceedings (1926)

v.68-72

Major A. B. Booth logbooks (1912)

v.73

Major A. B. Booth memoranda UCV reunion, New Orleans (1923)

Series VIII. Artifacts

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Ribbons (1902-1939, undated)

Reunion badges Texas, Tennessee, Louisiana, California, Georgia (1898-1927)

2

Reunion badges, Florida, North Carolina, New York (1927-1929)

32:19

34

Embossing stamp (1889), stamping device (undated), set of keys (undated)

Subgroup 2. Grand Army of the Republic (Veterans' Association)

Series I. Records

32:47

93

1

Reunion badge (undated)

2-3

Quartermasters' reports (1910-1923)

4

Correspondence (1879-1923)

5-8

Printed items (1880-1922, undated)

9

Financial papers (1911-1922, undated)

10

Photograph (undated)

11

Administrative records (1910-1923, undated)

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Series II. Manuscript Volumes

32:49

v. 1

Letter book, GAR, Jos. A. Mower Post No. 1(1884-1889)

v.2-7

Minutes (1872-1923)

v. 8

Roster, Dept. of the Gulf (1888-1900)

v.9

Roster, Dept. of Louisiana (undated)

v.10-11

Orders (1888-1889?)

v.12-15

Scrapbooks (1883-1887)

v. 16-17

Account books (1915-1923)

v.18

Index to proceedings (1882)

v.19-20

Descriptive books (undated)

Subgroup 3. Civil War documents

32:47

94

1

Correspondence 1861-1863

2-5

Military records (1862-1865)

6

Fragment of Confederate imprint (1861)

APPENDIX A

Newspapers containing articles on conventions

Alexandria Gazette, Jan. 20, 1932.

Amarillo Daily News, Sept.2-Sept 7, 1935.

Amarillo Globe, Sept. 2-6, 1935.

Amarillo News and Globe, Sept 3, 1935.

Chattanooga Daily Times, Oct. 25,1921, June 6, 1934.

Chronicle-News: Convention Edition, Jan.19, 1939.

Commercial Appeal, June 6-7, 1924.

Daily Picayune, Apr. 25, 27, 1906.

Monroe Star, Oct. 15, 1908.

Richmond Evening Journal, Apr. 3, 1915.

Richmond News Leader, June 21-22, 25,1932.

Sunday Star, July 3, 1932.

Times Democrat, Apr. 25-27, 1906.

Washington Post, Oct. 10, 1940.

Note: this is an informational list; newspaper articles are not part of this collection.

APPENDIX B

SUPPLEMENTAL LIST OF CAMPS OF THE UNITED ONFEDERATE VETERANS ASSOCIATION4

4 This list supplements a printed list of camps that has been copied and placed in the inventory folder for the collection, located in the reading room of Hill Memorial Library.

With Numbers, Names, and Headquarters

*

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1

Army of Northern Virginia

La

New Orleans, LA

2

Army of Tennessee

La

New Orleans, LA

13

W. W. Loring

Fla.

Brooksville, Fla.

15

Washington Artillery

La.

New Orleans, LA

33

R. L. Gipson

La.

Evergreen, LA

46

Felix K. Zollicoffer

Tenn.

Knoxville, Tenn.

47

Indian River

Fla.

Titusville, Fla.

53

Geo. T. Ward

Fla.

Palmetto, Fla.

60

Camp Moore

La.

Tangipahoa, La

61

Col. B. Timmons

S. W. Tex

La Grange, Tex.

63

Joseph E. Johnston

S. W. Tex

Corpus Christi, Tex.

69

Taylor County

W. Tex.

Abiline, Tex.

71

Albert Sidney Johnston

N. E. Tex.

Kingston, Tex

73

W. J. Hardee

N. W. Tex.

Wichita Falls, Tex

74

Rockwall

N. E. Tex.

Rockwall, Tex.

76

John Pelham

W. Tex.

Coleman, Tex.

82

Rosser

N. E. Tex.

Mt. Enterprise, Tex

85

Erath & Comanche

W. Tex.

Dublin, Tex.

89

Camp Cabell

Ark.

Bentonville, Ark.

101

Ben Hardin Helm

Ky.

Lawrenceburg, Ky

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

112

Shropshire – Upton

S. W. Tex.

Columbus, Tex.

115

Albert Sidney Johnston

W. Tex.

Meridian, Tex.

116

Albert Sidney Johnston

W. Tex.

Hamilton, Tex.

123

S. F. Moody

W. Tex.

Buffalo Gap, Tex.

124

J. B. Robertson

S. E. Tex.

Bryan, Tex.

130

Camp Bee

N. E. Tex.

Forney, Tex.

133

James L. Hogg

N. E. Tex.

Canton, Tex.

137

Sampson

N. C.

Clinton, N. C.

138

F. R. Lubbock

N. W. Tex.

Lubbock, Tex.

142

Camp Rogers

W. Tex.

Caldwell, Tex.

145

Geo. D. Manion

N. E. Tex.

Kaufman, Tex.

149

Genl. Jos. Finnegan

Fla.

Sanford, Fla.

152

Richland

La.

Rayville, La.

160

Alvarado

N. E. Tex.

Alvarado, Tex

168

Jeff Davis

W. Tex.

Paint Rock, Tex

178

Winchester Hall

La.

Berwick, La

180

James Longstreet

Miss.

Macon, Miss

183

John Peck

La.

Sicily Island, La.

184

John R. Cooke

Va.

West Point, Va.

192

Haller

Ark.

Charleston, Ark.

194

Ben McCulloch

Ark.

Greenwood, Ark.

195

John Donaldson

S. W. Tex.

Oakville, Tex.

198

Lone Star

N. W. Tex

Emma, Tex.

199

Stonewall

Ark.

Hackett City, Ark.

202

Cabell

Ark.

Alma, Ark.

207

Robert W. Harper

Ark.

Morrilton, Ark.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

209

John Wallace

Ark.

Van Buren, Ark.

210

Magruder Ewell

Va.

Williamsburg, Va.

211

J. E. B. Stuart

Va.

Reams Station, Va.

219

Hickory Flat

Miss.

Hickory Flat, Miss.

221

Frank Liddel

Miss.

Vaiden, Miss.

223

Springville

Ala.

Springville, Ala

225

Wilson County

S. W. Tex.

Floresville, Tex.

227

Frank Terry

S. W. Tex

Richmond, Tex.

230

Jeff Davis

Fla.

Jacksonville, Fla.

236

Auburn

Ala.

Auburn, Ala

242

Emmett Lynch

S. W. Tex

Cuero, Tex.

243

Clinton Terry

S. W. Tex.

Columbia, Tex.

244

Patton Anderson

Fla.

Juno, Fla.

245

Hall County

N. W. Tex

Memphis, Tex

248

Col. James Walker

S. W. Tex

Hallettsville, Tex

255

Elmore County

Ala.

Wetumpka, Ala.

256

Harper

Ala.

Andalusia, Ala.

257

Collingsworth County

N. W. Tex.

Wellington. Tex.

263

W. N. Estes

Ala.

Fort Payne, Ala.

268

James F. Waddell

Ala.

Seale, Ala.

270

Genl. Geo. Moorman

La.

Mandeville, La

271

Stephen D. Lee

Miss.

Maben, Miss

273

Camp Preveaux

W. Tex.

Cisco, Tex

276

Henry W. Cox

Ala.

Rockford, Ala

280

General Hood

N. E. Tex.

Ripley, Tex.

281

Camp Maxey

N. E. Tex.

Dadd City, Tex.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

283

Buck Kilgore

N. E. Tex.

Kilgore, Tex

287

Sul Ross

N. E. Tex.

New Boston, Tex.

288

Geo. R. Reeves

N. E. Tex.

Whitesboro, Tex

289

Tom Wallace

N. E. Tex.

De Kalb, Tex

290

“Gotch” Hardeman

S. W. Tex.

Pearsall, Tex.

291

Camp Gracie

Ala.

Verbena, Ala.

294

Logan Davidson

N. E. Tex.

Honey Grove, Tex

295

Ras Redwine

N. E. Tex.

Henderson, Tex.

296

Parsons Tex. Ca. Brig. Assn.

N. E. Tex.

Waxahachie, Tex.

301

Andrew Coleman

N. C.

Bryson City, N. C.

303

Camp Colquitt

Fla.

St. Petersburg, Fla.

304

Benevolent Ex Confed.

Ill.

Jerseyville, Ill.

306

Beauregard

N. E. Tex.

Collinsville, Tex.

307

Camp Brooks

N. E. Tex.

Daingerfield, Tex.

308

St. Clair

Ala.

Ashville, Ala.

309

Charles F. Fisher

N. C.

Salisbury, N. C.

310

A. A. Greene

Ala.

La Fayette, Ala.

311

M. Farrell

Miss.

Winona, Miss.

313

James Deshler

Ala.

Tuscumbia, Ala.

315

Palmetto Guard

S. C.

Charleston, S. C.

316

Randolph

Ala.

Wedowee, Ala.

326

Junis Daniel

N. C.

Littleton, N. C.

327

Henry D. Clayton

Ala.

Ashland, Ala.

328

Menardville

W. Tex.

Menardville, Tex

329

Camp Lee

Ala

Oxford, Ala

330

Joe Wheeler

W. Tex

Big Springs, Tex

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

332

Camp Sumter

Ala.

Livingston, Ala.

337

Camp Benson

S. C.

Anderson, S. C.

339

Woodruff

Ala.

Greensboro, Ala.

346

Marion County

Ala.

Hamilton, Ala.

348

El Reno

Okla.

El Reno, Okla.

349

Samuel L. Adams

Ala.

Greenville, Ala.

351

Capt. W. A. Handley

Ala

Abner P. O., La.

353

Bill Feeny

Miss.

Senatobia, Miss

355

Camp Evans

Ark.

Booneville, Ark

356

Camp Mc Leroy

Ala.

Stroud, Ala

358

Camp O'Neal

Ala.

Vernon, Ala.

359

Camp Wiggonton

Ala

Edwardsville, Ala

360

R. Q. Mills

N. E. Tex.

Aurora, Tex

361

Camp M'Intosh

N. E. Tex.

Chico, Tex

362

Stonewall

N. E. Tex.

Alvord, Tex.

363

Pat Cleburne

N. E. Tex

Paradise, Tex.

364

Camp Morgan

N. W. Tex

Jacksborough, Tex.

365

Camp Hughes

N. W. Tex

Jasksboro, Tex

366

Beaufort

S. C.

Beaufort, S. C.

367

Abner Perrin

S. C.

Edgefield, C. H. S. C.

370

R. H. G. Gaines

Ala

Lower Peace Tree, Ala.

371

L. Q. C. Lamar

W. Tex

Santa Ana, Tex

372

Robert E. Lee

Ala

Pearce's Mill, Ala

373

Leander McFarland

Ala

Thomasville, Ala

374

Genl. James Conner

S. C.

Summerville, S. C.

375

Clay Co. Vet. Assn.

Ark.

Greenway, Ark.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

377

J. E. Johnston

N. E. Tex.

Grand View, Tex

378

Camp Stewart

Ala

Piedmont, Ala

380

Ozark

Ala

Ozark, Ala

381

Col Garrett

Ala.

Summerfield, Ala

385

Camp Miller

Ala

Albertville, Ala

386

Jeff Davis

N. E. Tex

San Augustine, Tex

392

J. G. Hodges

N. E. Tex.

Gordonville, Tex

393

South Prarie

W. Tex

South Prarie, Tex

395

Alexandria

Ala.

Alexandria, Ala

397

Cap Perot

La.

Campti, La

399

Glymphville

S. C.

Glymphville, S. C.

404

Terrel Co. Confd. Vet.

Ga.

Dawson, Ga

406

Calhoun Co. Confd. Vet.

Ga.

Morgan, Ga.

408

A. A. Russells

Ala

Madison Station, Ala

410

Thomas M. Wagner

S. C.

Mt. Pleasant, S. C.

412

Wolf Creek

S. C.

Pickens, S. C.

415

Ex Confederate

Ala

Guin, Ala

416

Secession

S. C.

Abbeville, S. C.

418

Horry

S. C.

Bucksville, S.C.

419

Millican

Ga

Carnesville, Ga

424

Bryan Grimes

N. C.

Washington, N. C.

428

Walter Bragg

Ark.

Prescott, Ark.

431

J. E. Johnston

Ark.

Wooster, Ark.

434

Frank Cheatham

Ala

Coalburgh, Ala

437

Dean

S. C.

Duncan, S. C.

440

Jackson County

Ga.

Jefferson, Ga

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

441

Carnot Posey

Miss

Wesson, Miss.

447

Eli Hufstedler

Ark.

Pocahontas, Ark

450

Hampton

S. C.

Hyman, S. C.

451

Harry T. Hays

La

Magnolia P. O., La

452

W. F. Tucker

Miss

Okolona, Miss

454

Manning Austin

S. C.

Simpsonville, S. C.

455

Oxford

Ark.

Oxford, Ark

456

Sterling Price

Mo.

Exeter, Mo

458

H. M. Ashby

Tenn.

Pikeville, Tenn.

459

Camp Force

Ala

Brookwood, Ala

460

Major James Parrot

Mo.

Morley, Mo

461

Centerville

Miss

Centerville, Miss

466

Lindsey

Ala

Fayette, Ala

467

Forrest

Ala

Walnut Grove, Ala

471

Harry Benbow

S. C.

Manning, S. C.

474

Barney

Fla.

Lake Butler, Fla

475

Jeff Davis

Ala

Birmingham, Ala

477

Chattahoochee County

Ga.

Cusseta, Ga.

480

Camp Watts

Ala.

Sprague Junction, Ala.

482

Camp Hood

Ind. Terr.

South Canadian, I. T.

486

Camp Ruffin

N. C.

Burlington, N. C.

492

Joe Wheeler

Ala

Bangor, Ala

493

Barbour County

Ala.

Clayton, Ala

494

A. K. Blythe

Miss

Walt Hall, Miss

496

Montevallo

Ala

Montevallo, Ala

498

Emanuel Finley

Ala

Calera, Ala

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

502

Caddo Mills

N. E. Tex.

Caddo Mills, Tex

503

Stonewall

Fla.

Daytona, Fla.

504

Rector

Ark.

Rector, Ark.

505

Confd. Survivors

Ark.

Walcott, Ark.

506

Confd. Survivors

Ark.

Gainesville, Ark

507

Joe Johnston

Ark.

Jonesboro, Ark.

509

Polignac

N. E. Tex.

Blum, Texas

516

W. R. Scurry

S. W. Tex.

Victoria, Tex

519

Spaulding County

Ga.

Griffen, Ga

520

John C. Brown

Tenn.

Nashville, Tenn

523

Confederate Veteran

Mont.

Helena, Mont.

524

Confd. Surv. Assn.

N. Mex.

Socorro, N. Mex.

525

Confd. Veteran

N. Mex.

Largo, N. Mex.

526

The Mountain Remants of C. Vet.

W. Tex.

Burnet, Tex.

529

Confd. Surv. Assn.

S. C.

Bucksville, S. C.

530

Croft

La.

Zachary, La

532

J. E. B. Stuart

Ark.

Rocky Comfort, Ark.

533

Col. E. B. Holloway

Mo.

Independence, Mo.

535

Jack Hendricks

S. C.

McKay, S. C.

536

Elbert Bland

S. C.

Bradley, S. C.

537

Pat Cleburne

Ark.

Brinkley, Ark.

539

Daniel S. Donelson

Tenn.

Gallatin, Tenn.

541

Mooresville

Mo.

Mooresville, Mo.

546

Dick Taylor

La

Pleasant Hill, La

547

Sterling Price

Mo.

Odessa, Mo

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

549

Albert Sidney Johnston

Miss.

Indianola, Miss.

550

Sam Cammack

Miss

Clarksdale, Miss.

551

Henry Gray

La

Timothea, La

557

Henry E. McCulloch

W. Tex.

Ballinger, Tex.

560

Genl. Jno. W. Whitfield

S. W. Tex.

Devine, Tex.

562

Sam Benton

Miss

Byhalia, Miss

564

Albert Sidney Johnston

W. Tex.

Dublin, Tex.

566

Joseph E. Johnston

W. Tex

De Leon, Tex

567

Holly Pond

Ala

Holly Pond, Ala

568

Bridgeport

N. E. Tex

Bridgeport, Tex

569

Bastrop

W. Tex.

Bastrop, Tex

575

Walton

S. W. Tex

Beeville, Tex

576

Douglass Cooper

Ind. Ter.

Antlers, Ind. Ter.

577

J. Foster Marshall

S. C.

Ninety Six, S. C.

578

R. M. Hinson

La.

Bastrop, La

579

W. N. Pendleton

N. E. Tex

Deport, Tex

581

Joe Wheeler

N. E. Tex

Cresson, Tex

582

Jack Standifer

W. Tex.

Elgin, Tex

584

Private Rufe Wood

N. E. Tex.

Glen Rose, Tex

585

John R. Baylor

S. W. Tex.

Uvalde, Tex.

588

Magnolia

S. E. Tex.

Woodville, Tex

589

Camp Hood

La.

Logansport, La

591

Confd. Verteran

N. E. Tex.

Douglasville, Tex.

592

Velasco

S. E. Tex

Velasco, Tex

593

Capt. J. G. Killough

S. W. Tex.

Flatonia, Tex.

594

Cal Verde

S. W. Tex.

Pleasanton, Tex.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

597

H. H. Boone

S. W. Tex.

Goliad, Tex.

598

G. B. Gerald

S. W. Tez.

Bosqueville, Tex.

599

San Jacinto

S. E. Tex

Cold Springs, Tex

601

J. N. Boren

W. Tex.

Strawn, Tex

603

J. E. B. Stuart

S. E. Tex.

Trinity, Tex

604

Camp Hardeman

S. W. Tex

Yoakum, Tex

605

Schuyler Sutton

W. Tex.

San Angelo, Tex

606

Austin County

S. W. Tex.

Bellville, Tex.

608

P. P. Porter

S. E. Tex

Conroe, Tex

609

P. C. Woods

S. W. Tex.

San Marcos, Tex.

610

Rockport

S. W. Tex

Rockport, Tex

613

John Benson

Mo.

Miami, Mo.

614

Camp Lane

S. E. Tex

Lufkin, Tex

616

John S. Ford

N. E. Tex

Del Rio, Tex

618

Fort Mason

W. Tex

Mason, Tex

622

Confd. Veteran

N. E. Tex.

Gilmer, Tex

624

Camp San Felipe

S. W. Tex.

Sealy, Tex.

628

G. T. Beauregard

La.

Crowley, La.

629

John Pelham

N. E. Tex.

Blossom, Tex

631

Montgomery

La.

Montgomery, La

633

Albert Sidney Johnston

N. W. Tex.

Haskell, Tex.

635

Sweet Springs

Mo.

Sweet Springs, Mo.

637

Genl. Santos Brunavides

S. W. Tex

Laredo, Tex

641

Camp Marion

S. C.

Marion, S. C.

643

Bandera

S. W. Tex

Bandera, Tex

644

A. S. Johnston

Ind. Ter.

Ryan, Ind. Ter.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

645

Dock Belk

W. Tex

Bartlett, Tex

646

Upshur County

N. E. Tex.

Gilmer, Tex

647

Albert Sidney Johnston

W. Tex

Llano, Tex

649

Henry E. McCulloch

S. W. Tex.

Seguin, Tex

650

Mexico

Mo.

Mexico, Mo

653

Hardee

W. Tex.

Bend, Tex.

659

John S. Bowen

Mo.

St. Louis, Mo

664

Manor

W. Tex.

Manor, Tex

667

Camp Texas

N. E. Tex

Chicota, Tex

669

Peyton N. Hale

Va.

Independence, Va

670

Confd. Veteran

La.

New Iberia, La

671

Eunice

La.

Eunice, La

672

Confd. Veteran

Tenn.

South Pittsburg, Tenn.

673

Harry Gilmore

Md.

Towson, Md.

674

Confd. Veteran

Ark.

Wilton, Ark.

676

Robert Ruffner

Mo.

Hannibal, Mo.

678

Norval Spangler

Mo.

Clinton, Mo

684

Major John L Mirick

Mo

Carrollton, Mo

686

Bob Jordan

Ark.

Stephens, Ark

688

C. H. Howard

Mo.

Waynesville, Mo

689

Monroe, County

Mo.

Paris, Mo

691

Pleasant Hill

Mo

Pleasant Hill, Mo.

692

Joe Wheeler

N. E. Tex

Bells, Tex.

694

Jasper County

Miss.

Heidelberg, Miss.

695

Confd. Veteran

N. E. Tex

Lone Oak, Tex

696

John T. Hughes

Mo

Plattsburg, Mo

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

697

Hart

S. C.

Sally's, S. C.

698

Camp Rains

S. C.

Winnsboro, S. C.

699

Kerryville

W. Tex.

Kerryville, Tex.

700

Appomattox

Va.

Appomattox, Va.

701

North

S. C.

North P. O., S. C.

702

Micah Jenkins

S. C.

Yorkville, S. C.

706

Camp Dale

Okla.

Dale, Okla.

710

Genl. “Pap” Sterling Price

Mo.

Keytesville, Mo

711

John Percival

Mo.

Waverly, Mo

712

Crow

Mo

Farmington, Mo

713

Jos ( Wright) Crump

Ark.

Harrison, Ark.

715

Windsor Guards

Mo.

Windsor, Mo.

716

J. E. B. Stuart

Mont.

Phillippsburg, Mont.

717

J. J. Searcy

Mo.

Columbus, Mo.

719

J. C. Wood

N. E. Tex.

Ringgold, Tex.

721

Genl. J. A. Walker

Va.

Pulaski City, Va.

723

Shacklett

Mo.

Memphis, Mo.

724

William S. Grymes

Va.

Gordonsville, Va.

727

Capt. Silas R. Crispin

Mo.

Richmond, Mo.

732

C. Irvine Walker

S. C.

St. Stephen, S. C.

734

Col. David Shanks

Mo.

Belton, Mo.

736

Forsyth

Ga.

Cumming, Ga.

737

Gen'l D. M. Frost

Mo.

Fulton, Mo

738

Hanging Rock

S. C.

Kershaw, S. C.

739

Col Pembroke S. Senteny

Mo.

Bowling Green, Mo.

740

Lee's Summit

Mo.

Lee's Summit, Mo

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

741

Jim Tillman

S. C.

Parksville, S. C.

742

Col. Early A. Stein

Mo.

Rolla, Mo.

743

Kershaw

S. C.

Pelzer, S. C.

744

J. G. Shockley

Mo.

Vienna, Mo.

745

Col. E. T. Wingo

Mo

Salem, Mo

746

Charles Ruthledge Holmes

S. C.

Waterloo, S. C.

749

John McEnery

La

Columbia, La

750

Lane Diggs

Va.

Mathews, Va

754

Emmett McDonald

Mo.

Pineville, Mo.

755

Jim Hagwood

S. C.

Allendale, S. C.

760

Capt. Ed. Ward

Mo.

Lamar, Mo.

761

Ben Holmes

Mo.

Greenville, Mo.

762

Gen. N. B. Forrest

Mo.

Eminence, Mo.

764

Jas. Mitchell

S. C.

Saluda, S. C.

771

Robert E. Lee

Ind. Ter.

Purcell, Ind. Ter.

776

Pat Cleburne

Ark.

Dumas, Ark

779

Col. Sol. G. Kitchen

Mo.

Dexter, Mo.

780

Stonewall Jackson

Mo.

Poplar Bluff, Mo

782

Anderson

S. C.

Belton, S. C.

783

Hart

S. C.

Blacksburg, S. C.

786

L. M. Keitt

S. C.

Springfield, S. C.

788

Gen. Robert E. Lee

Mo.

Cabool, Mo.

789

Col. Wm. Jeffers

Mo.

Marble Hill, Mo.

790

S. S. Haris

Mo.

Jackson, Mo.

791

Col. Amos C. Riley

Mo.

New Madrid, Mo.

793

Col. I. N. Hedgepeth

Mo.

Doniphan, Mo

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

799

Glennville

Miss

Glennville, Miss

801

Jackson

S. C.

Harrelson, S. C.

802

Confederate Veteran

Ga.

Mt Vernon, Ga.

805

Col. Lowe

Mo.

Fredericktown, Mo.

807

Cunduff

Mo.

St. Joseph, Mo.

808

Buchel

Tex.

Mathis, Tex

809

Confederate Veteran

Ark.

Mabelvale, Ark

811

Col. Jo Kelly

Mo.

Cuba, Mo.

812

Healy Claybrook

Va.

Freeshade, Va.

813

Sam McGowon

S. C.

Donald, S. C.

814

Lamar Gibson

Ga.

Lincolton, Ga.

815

Telfair

Ga.

McRae, Ga.

817

Dick Taylor

Mo.

Bunceton, Mo.

822

J. D. Graham

S. C.

Hagood, S. C.

824

T. W. West

S. C.

Travelers Rest, P. O.

825

Jos. D. Sayers

Tex.

Smithville, Tex

827

Johnson Hagood

S. C.

Blackville, S. C.

828

J. H. Berry

Ark.

Amity, Ark.

829

Gorgon

Ga.

Gundee, Ga.

830

Richmond County

N. C.

Rockingham, N. C.

834

Edwin W. Bellingers

S. C.

Barnwell, S. C.

838

Jackson

S. C.

Layton, S. C.

842

Wick Mc Creary

S. C.

Ellenton, S. C.

843

Jeff Davis

Ark.

Augusta, Ark.

844

Jo Shelby

I. T.

Davis, I. T.

845

John C Lamb

N. C.

Williamston, N. C.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

847

FonsRogers

Ga.

Gibson, Ga.

849

Drysdale

N. C.

Snow Hill, N. C.

850

Jack McCurtin

I. T.

Talihina, Ind. Ter.

854

W. B. Newton

Va.

Ashland, Va.

855

Camp Pelham

Ala

Cedar Springs, Ala

859

El Dorado

Mo.

El Derado Springs, Mo.

861

McIntosh

Ark.

Evansville, Ark.

865

Joe Johnston

Ark.

Moorefield, Ark.

866

Henry Roberts

Miss.

Leaksville, Miss

867

Pat Cleburne

Okla.

Tecumseh, Okla.

868

Crawford County

Ga.

Knoxville, Ga.

869

Robert Jones

Ark

Powhatan, Ark.

870

Confederate Veteran

Ark.

Black Rock, Ark.

871

A. M. Davis

Va.

Baywood, Va.

872

Linville J. Perkins

Va.

White Top, Va.

873

Pocahontas

W. Va.

Marlington, W. Va.

875

Gibbs

S. C.

Inman, S. C.

877

Hardy County

W. Va.

Moorefield, W. Va.

880

Houston County

Ga.

Perry, Ga.

881

James Breathed

Va.

Pulasky City, Va.

883

James F. Gresham

Miss

Belmont, Miss.

888

Guthrie

Tex.

Alpine, Tex.

889

Jefferies

S. C.

Etta Jane, S. C.

893

Whit Kilpatrick

S. C.

Seneca, S. C.

895

Haskell

S. C.

Westmonster, S. C.

899

John C. Carter

Tenn.

Arlington, Tenn.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

900

S. S. Stanton

Tenn.

Gainesboro, Tenn.

901

Crockett Childers

Ark.

Walnut Ridge, Ark.

904

Betts Ball Stokes

Va.

Heathsville, Va.

905

Chichester

S. C.

Enoree, S. C.

908

John W. Rowan

W. Va.

Charles Town, W. Va.

909

Frank T. Nicholls

La

Jonesville, La

910

Thomas W. Armstrong

Tenn.

Somerville, Tenn.

913

Avera

Ga.

Avera, Ga.

914

Confederate Veteran

N. C.

Marion, N. C.

920

Fort Mill

S. C.

Fort Mill, S. C.

922

Ledbetter

S. C.

Guyton, S. C.

924

Confederate Veteran

N. C.

Tryon, N. C.

926

Confederate Veteran

Tenn.

Rattlesnake, Tenn.

927

Confederate Veteran

Tenn.

West Point, Tenn..

928

C. J. Colcock

S. C.

Sycamore, S. C.

929

Burgess

W. Va.

Academy, W. Va.

931

Henry Havron

Tenn.

Jasper, Tenn.

935

Fox Springs

Tenn.

Fox Springs, Tenn.

937

Confederate Veteran

La

Stay P. O., La

938

Confederate Veteran

Tex.

Naples, Tex.

942

E. C. Leech

Miss.

Steenston, Miss

943

N. B. Forrest

Miss.

Cedar Bluff, Miss

944

William C. Hancock

Tenn.

Auburn, Tenn.

945

Capt Elijah W. Horn

S. C.

Johnston, S. C.

947

Charles Robinson

N. C.

Franklin, N. C.

948

Confederate Veteran

I. T.

Wagoner, Ind. Ter.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

949

Moffett Poage

W. Va.

Marlington, W. Va.

950

Winnie Davis

S. C.

Chesterfield, S. C.

952

Col. John T. Jones

N. C.

Lenoir, N. C.

954

James R. Love

N. C.

Webster, N. C.

955

Confederate Veteran

N. C.

Franklin, N. C.

956

Confederate Veteran

N. C.

Murphy, N. C.

957

Thomas C. Glover

Ga.

Douglasville, Ga.

960

David G. Burnet

Tex.

Burnet, Tex.

961

Bertram

Tex.

Bertram, Tex

967

Pat Cleburne

Tenn.

Cookeville, Tenn

968

M. C. Butler

S. C.

Poverty Hill, S. C.

969

Gen. Wm. Phillips

Ga.

Ellijay, Ga.

970

Sam B. Wilson

Tenn.

Eaglesville, Tenn.

973

Longstreet

Ga.

Gainesville, Ga.

978

Confederate Veteran

Ga.

Vance, Ga.

979

Confederate Veteran

I. T.

Brooken, Ind. Ter.

982

Gwinnett County

Ga.

Lawrenceville, Ga.

985

Sedalia

Mo.

Sedalia, Mo.

986

The Mountain Remnant

Tex.

Johnson City, Tex.

989

C. S. Winder

Md.

Easton, Md.

992

Henryville

Tenn.

Henryville, Tenn.

993

Confederate Veteran

Tenn.

Petersburg, Tenn.

994

McMillan

Tenn.

Decaturville, Tenn.

996

Confederate Veteran

Tex.

Junction City, Tex.

997

Warren McDonald

Tenn.

Union City, Tenn.

998

John A. Jenkins

Tenn.

Dresden, Tenn.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

999

New Hope

Ga.

Dallas, Ga.

1000

Jos. E. Johnston

S. C.

Chapin, S. C.

1002

Edward Manigault

S. C.

McClellanville, S.C.

1003

Henry M. Ashby

Ky.

Middlesboro, Ky.

1004

Eagle

Ark.

England, Ark.

1005

A. S. Bouknight

S. C.

Clouds Creek P. O., S. C.

1006

Corpl. Tally Simpson

S. C.

Pendleton, S. C.

1007

Standwatie

I. T.

Berwyn, Ind. Ter.

1009

Cloud

Okla.

Cloud Chief, Okla.

1010

Ben McCullough

Okla.

Stillwater, Okla.

1012

Confederate Veteran

Okla.

Chandler, Okla.

1013

George O. Dawson

Ga.

Greensboro, Ga.

1016

Confederate Veterans

Tenn.

Capleville, Tenn

1017

Collierville

Tenn.

Collierville, Tenn.

1018

L. N. Savage

Tenn.

Smithville, Tenn.

1020

Woody B. Taylor

Tenn.

Lynchburg, Tenn.

1021

Wat Bryson

N. C.

Hendersonville, N. C.

1023

Fitzhugh Lee

Colo.

Aspen, Colo.

1024

John R. Neal

Tenn.

Rockwood, Tenn.

1026

Murray Association

Md.

Baltimore, Md.

1028

Tatnal County

Ga.

Glenville, Ga.

1029

Stonewall Jackson

S. C.

River View, S. C.

1033

Jno. B. Gordon

Okla.

New Kirk, Okla.

1034

John C. Breckinridge

I. T.

Oakland, I. T.

1036

James Adams

Ark.

Austin, Ark.

1037

Marble Falls

Tex.

Marble Falls, Tex.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1038

H. H. Harper

S. C.

Latimer, S. C.

1039

John H. Kelly

Ark.

Melbourne, Ark.

1041

Loring

I. T.

Mannville, I. T.

1046

James Breathed

Md.

Cumberland, Md.

1047

Hankins

Ark.

Locksburg, Ark.

1051

R. S. Ewell

W. Va.

Addison, W. Va.

1052

Beauregard

W. Va.

Hacker Valley, W. Va.

1054

Gholeston Montgomery

Ga.

Planter, Ga.

1056

Sam. Davis

Tex.

Rogers Prairie, Tex

1057

James W. Cooke

N. C.

Beaufort, N. C.

1058

Bratton

S. C.

Crosbyville, S. C.

1060

R. G. Shaver

Ark.

Samlem, Ark.

1061

Confederate Veterans

S. C.

West Union, S. C.

1062

Clement H. Stevens

S. C.

Early Branch, S. C.

1063

A. C. Haskell

S. C.

Killians, S. C.

1065

A. J. Lythgoe

S. C.

Level Land, S. C.

1066

M. C. Butler

S. C.

Messers, S. C.

1067

W. T. Tatom

S. C.

Mt.Carmel, S. C.

1068

John W. Hearst

S. C.

Troy, S. C.

1069

Robert Boyd

S. C.

Antreville, S. C.

1071

Stonewall

Mo.

Salisbury, Mo

1073

Battle Ground

Ga.

Regnant, Ga.

1074

Ponchatoula

La.

Ponchatoula, La.

1075

R. M. Gano

Tex

Ross, Tex.

1077

Joe Shelby

Mo.

Taneyville, Mo.

1079

Pat. Lyon

Ga.

Ball Ground, Ga.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1081

Gibson

W. Va.

Grantsville, W. Va.

1082

Edward J. Bookler

S. C.

Pleasant P. O., S. C.

1086

M. T. Owen

S. C.

Lebanon, S. C.

1088

Skid Harris

Ga.

Woodstock, Ga.

1091

Fitzhugh Lee

I. T.

Paul's Valley, I. T.

1092

Wier Boyd

Ga.

Dawsonville, Ga.

1093

Hammond

La.

Hammond, La

1094

The Confed. Soldiers' Assn.'

Ga.

Augusta, Ga.

1095

Col. W. T. Black

Ga.

Ellaville, Ga.

1096

Reynolds

Ga.

Reynolds, Ga.

1097

Confederate Veterans

Tenn.

Athens, Tenn.

1098

Senoia

Ga.

Senoia, Ga.

1099

Tallahatchie County

Miss.

Charleston, Miss.

1102

Washington Artillery

S. C.

Charleston, S. C.

1104

The Auk Masters

Ga.

Hartwell, Ga.

1106

Albert Sidney Johnston

Tex.

Greenwood, Tex.

1108

Quitman County

Ga.

Georgetown, Ga.

1112

Major Frank Hill

Ala.

Phoenix City, Ala.

1113

Major Frank Hill

S. C.

Iva, S. C.

1115

A. H. Colquit

Ga.

Newton, Ga.

1117

J. J. Finley

Fla.

Palatka, Fla.

1118

D. G. Chandler

Ga.

Homer, Ga.

1119

Navajoe

Okla.

Navajoe, Okla.

1120

Confederate Veteran

Ala.

Morris, Ala.

1123

Reed

Ga.

Austell, Ga.

1124

Wright

Ga.

Watkinsville, Ga.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1127

Capt. T. J. Butt

Ga.

Blairsville, Ga.

1128

Confederate Veteran

Tex.

Neches, Tex.

1129

Harris County

Ga.

Hamilton, Ga.

1131

Wilcox County

Ga.

Rochelle, Ga.

1132

Confederate Veteran

Okla.

Arrappahoe, Okla.

1133

Confederate Veteran

Okla.

Earlsboro, Okla.

1134

Stonewall

Okla.

Avoca, Okla.

1136

Campbell County

Ga.

Palmetto, Ga.

1137

Sumter

Ga.

Cleveland, Ga.

1139

Sam Johnston

Ala.

Tuskegee, Ala.

1140

Robert E. Lee

Ala.

Birmingham, Ala.

1142

Gen. Francis T. Nicholls

La.

Napoleonville, La.

1143

Stephen Elliott

S. C.

Estill, S. C.

1145

Abbeville

Ala.

Abbeville, Ala.

1146

Tom Green

I. T.

Woodford, I. T.

1147

Confederate Veteran

Ark.

Raymond, Ark.

1150

Charles C. Jones, Jr.

Ga.

Hinesville, Ga.

1152

Sparks

Ga.

Sparks, Ga.

1153

Jordan E. Cravens

Ark.

Coal Hill, Ark.

1154

General Pender

N. C.

Burnsville, N. C.

1155

Confederate Veteran

N. C.

Elrod, N. C.

1156

Davis Lee - Dickenson

N. C.

Rutherfordton, N, C,

1157

Union

Fla.

Bronson, Fla.

1158

Rayburn

Miss.

Decatur, Miss.

1160

Confederate Veteran

La

Kentwood, La.

1163

Ashby & McGhee

Tenn.

Lenoir City, Tenn.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1165

W. C. Oates

Ala.

Geneva, Ala.

1167

Fred S. Ferguson

Ala.

Pratt City, Ala.

1168

Private H. E. Hood

S. C.

Blythewood, S. C.

1172

Jasper County

Miss.

Heidelburg, Miss.

1173

Confederate Veteran

Miss.

Benton, Miss.

1174

Winnie Davis

Mo.

Kearney, Mo.

1176

Joe Johnston

Tex.

Myrtle Springs, Tex.

1177

Sam Davis

Ala

Blountsville, Ala.

1178

Pickens

Ga.

Jasper, Ga.

1179

Anderson

Tex.

Vineyard, Tex.

1183

John C. Bruce

S. C.

Williamston, S. C.

1186

Lancaster

S. C.

Lancaster, S. C.

1187

Joe Sayers

Tex.

Lewisville, Tex.

1188

Jeff Davis

S. C.

Branchville, S. C.

1190

Boston

Mass.

Boston, Mass.

1193

Muscogee Council No. 1, U. C. V.

Relief Association

Ga.

Columbus, Ga.

1195

Marcy Gregg

S. C.

Delmar’s Cross Roads,

S. C.

1199

Fair Bluff

N. C.

Fair Bluff, N. C.

1204

Confederate Veteran

Miss.

Utica, Miss.

1207

Confederate Veterans Assn’

Ga.

Kingsland, Ga.

1208

Halifax

Va.

South Boston, Va.

1210

Peachy Gilmer Breckinridge

Va.

Buchanan, Va.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1211

E. J. Dennis

S. C.

Monck’s Corner, S. C.

1212

Gen Ellison Capers

S. C.

Monck’s Corner, S. C.

1213

John H. Hudson

Tex.

Cundiff, Tex.

1215

Kaigler

S. C.

Swansea, S. C.

1216

Confederate Veteran

Tex.

Longview, Tex.

1217

Stonewall Jackson

I. T.

McGee, In. Terr.

1219

John Jackson

S. C.

Landsford, S. C.

1220

Francis Cockrell

Mo.

Lebanon, Mo.

1221

J. C. Mounger

Ga.

Quitman, Ga.

1223

Swainsboro

Ga.

Swainsboro, Ga.

1225

Augustus Du Pont

Ga.

Du Pont, Ga.

1226

Col. Edward Bird

Ga.

Springfield, Ga.

1229

Bryan County

Ga.

Clyde, Ga.

1230

Geary

Okla.

Geary, Okla.

1233

Col. E. S. Griffen

Ga.

Big Sandy, Ga.

1234

J. C. Davis

Miss.

Utica, Miss.

1235

Stonewall Jackson

I. T.

Hartsborne, I. T.

1236

R. H. Glenn

S. C.

Bethel, S. C.

1237

Confederate Veteran

N. C.

Charm, N. C.

1238

Lee’s Creek

La.

Lee’s Creek, P. O., La.

1239

Confederate Veteran

Okla.

Weatherford, Okla.

1241

R. F. Hoke

N. C.

Lumberton, N. C.

1242

Joe Wheeler

I. T.

Graham, Ind. Terr.

1243

W. C. Preston

Tenn.

Alexandria, Tenn.

1245

Gates County

N. C.

Willeyton, N. C.

1247

Dick Gano

Tex.

Mansfield, Tex.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1250

Confederate Veteran

Tenn.

Tulu, Tenn.

1252

Jos. E. Johnston

Tex.

Quinlan, Tex.

1253

Stonewall Jackson

Tex.

Grapevine, Tex.

1254

Jos. E. Johnston

Tenn.

Selmer, Tenn.

1257

Zebulon B. Vance

N. C.

Troy, N. C.

1261

Pickett Stuart

Va.

Nottaway, Va.

1268

Sou- Noo- Kee (Cherokee Indians)

N. C.

Cherokee P. O., N. C.

1269

Stonewall Jackson

Ark.

Huntsville, Ark.

1271

Thornton

W. Va.

Summersville, W. Va.

1273

Nimrod Triplett

N. C.

Boone, N. C.

1274

Camp Faulkner

Ala.

Daphne, Ala.

1276

Quitman

Miss.

Belen, Miss.

1279

Costello

Ala.

Elba, Ala.

1280

Sam Davis

Cal.

Los Angeles, Cal.

1282

W. R. White

S. C.

Lowndesville, S. C.

1285

Daniel H. Reynolds

Ark.

Lake Village, Ark.

1286

Joe Wheeler

Okla.

Cheyenne, Okla.

1288

Stonewall Jackson

I. T.

Pontotoc, Ind. Ter.

1289

M. J. Ferguson

W. Va.

Hurricane, W. Va.

1291

Winfield

Ala.

Winfield, Ala.

1292

Clinch County

Ga.

Homerville, Ga.

1296

Joe Walker

S. C.

Greer Depot, S. C.

1297

Shiloh

Ark.

Mena, Ark.

1298

John W. A. Sanford

Ala.

Clanton, Ala.

1299

Gen. Geo. Moorman

Tex.

Hearne, Tex.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1300

W. T. Smith

Ga.

Buford, Ga.

1303

Osceola

Ark.

Osceola, Ark.

1306

Walthall

Miss.

Abbeville, Miss.

1308

James A. Jackson

Ark.

Monticello, Ark.

1312

Dabney H. Maury

Miss.

Newton, Miss.

1315

Pettigrew

N. C.

Edenton, N. C.

1317

Albert Pike

Tex.

Keller, Tex.

1318

Earl Van Dorn

Tex.

Rio Vista, Tex.

1320

W. P. Martain

N. C.

Southern Pines, N. C.

1324

Col. George Wilson

Tex.

Lancaster, Tex

1328

McIntosh

Ark.

Mulberry, Ark.

1329

O. F. Strahl

Tenn.

Chewalla, Tenn.

1332

John Pelham

Tex.

Rosebud, Tex.

1333

Gibson – McCready

Va.

Marion, Va.

1334

Confederate Veteran

Ala.

Dundee, Ala

1336

Capt. D. M. Logan

Ky.

Lancaster, Ky.

1339

William B. Isler

Tenn.

Tiptonville, Tenn.

1341

John M. Stephen

Tex.

Stephenville, Tex.

1346

James F. Preston

Va.

Christiansburg, Va.

1347

Bob McKinley

Ala.

East Lake, Ala.

1353

Judah P. Benjamin

Tex.

Kaufman, Tex.

1354

Camp Cleburne

Ala.

Dundee, Ala.

1356

Phil Lee

Ky.

Shepherdsville, Ky.

1357

Tom Harrison

Tex.

Whitney, Tex.

1358

T. S. Evans

Miss.

Houston, Miss.

1359

Florence

Tex.

Florence, Tex.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1361

Bedford Forrest

I. T.

Roff, Ind. Terr.

1363

Bob McCulloch

Wash.

Spokane, Wash.

1364

Confederate Veteran

N. C.

Alberton, N. C.

1366

Joe Ravia

I. T.

Ravia, Ind. Terr.

1370

Emmett McDonald

Mont.

Missoula, Mont.

1371

Joe Shelby

Mont.

Hamilton, Mont.

1373

Rosenburg

Tex.

Rosenburg, Tex.

1375

Sayers

Tex.

Strawn, Tex.

1377

Roger Hanson

Mont.

Anaconda, Mont.

1379

R. E. Lee

Mont.

Butte, Mont.

1380

Confederate Veteran

Tex.

Pittsburg, Tex.

1381

Confederate Veteran

Tex.

Lancaster, Tex.

1382

Jeff. Falkner

Ala.

Montgomery, Ala.

1384

General Marmaduke

Mont.

Livingston, Mont.

1385

Stonewall Jackson

Mont.

Townsend, Mont.

1387

Bedford Forest

Ala.

Woodlawn, Ala.

1388

General Parsons

Mont.

Twin Bridges, Mont.

1389

J. T. Fleming

Ga.

Augusta, Ga.

1390

N. B. Forrest

Mont.

Helena, Mont.

1392

Lee

Tex.

Mill Creek, Tex.

1393

Joseph E. Johnston

Miss.

Hickory, Miss.

1394

J. L. Powers

Miss.

Laurel, Miss.

1395

Stonewall Jackson

Tex.

Springtown, Tex.

1397

John B. Gordon

Tex.

Chandler, Tex.

1398

John Manning

N. C.

Durham, N. C.

1401

Ben Watson

Tex.

Forreston, Tex.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1402

Crail Miller

Tex.

Ferris, Tex.

1403

DeSoto

Fla.

Arcadia, Fla.

1405

Ad Darby

Tex.

West Point, Tex.

1407

Robert E. Lee

Ark.

Mansfield, Ark.

1409

Geo. R. Reeves

Tex.

Whitesboro, Tex.

1410

E. S. Rugely

Tex.

Bay City, Tex.

1413

Archer

Tex.

Italy, Tex.

1416

Bath

Va.

Warm Springs, Va.

1418

Alvord

Tex.

Alvord, Tex.

1420

John H. Morgan

Tex.

Floydada, Tex.

1421

J. P. Douglass

Tex.

Maybank, Tex.

1422

Camp Walker

Tex.

Grand Saline, Tex.

1425

J. B. Hood

I. T.

Duncan, I. T.

1426

Alamo

I. T.

Comanche, I. T.

1427

Tom Reece

Ala.

Attalla, Ala.

1429

Co. “D,” Sixth Texas Infantry

Tex.

Matagorda, Tex.

1432

Frank Cheatham

I. T.

Iron Bridge, I. T.

1433

Throckmorton

Tex.

Throckmorton, Tex.

1434

Cabell

Okla.

Foss, Okla.

1435

A. W. Ellis

Tex.

Lufkin, Tex.

1437

Midlothian

Tex.

Midlothian, Tex.

1439

E. H. Ler Blance

I. T.

Checotah, I. T.

1440

Stonewall Jackson

Tex.

Canyon City, Tex.

1441

Eddy

Tex

Eddy, Tex

1445

Poolville

Tex.

Poolville, Tex.

1447

Wm. McKnight

Tex.

Winsboro, Tex.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1448

Wynne Wood

I. T.

Wynne Wood, I. T.

1450

Joseph E. Johnston

I. T.

Holdenville, I. T.

1452

Stonewall Jackson

I. T.

Graham, I. T.

1454

Leonard

Tex.

Leonard, Tex.

1457

A. F. Alexander

Col.

Canon City, Col.

1460

Gen. H. D. Clayton

Ala.

Enterprise, Ala.

1463

Gen. John H. Morgan

Tex.

Justin, Tex.

1464

Pat Cleburne

Ark.

Casa, Ark.

1465

Gen. Alfred Mouton

La.

Moreauville, La.

1468

Stonewall

I. T.

Kiowa, I. T.

1472

Pat Cleburne

I. T.

Tishomingo, I. T.

1476

Ben Baker

Ala

Phoenix City, Ala.

1477

Camp Macon

Ga.

Macon, Ga.

1478

De Kalb County

Ala.

Fort Payne, Ala.

1479

Lee

Ala.

Auburn, Ala.

1482

Alfred Iverson

Fla.

Kissimmee, Fla.

1483

Tandy Pryor

Ky.

Covington, Ky.

1485

De Russey

La.

Marksville, La.

1487

Horace Randal

Tex.

Brandon, Tex.

1489

E. A. Perry

Fla.

Palmetto, Fla.

1492

Wm. Shumate

S. C.

Chandler, S. C.

1493

Camp Zeigler

S. C.

Hodges, S. C.

1494

Geo. H. Nixon

Tenn.

Lawrenceburg, Tenn.

1495

Jno. B. Gordon

Tex.

Index, Tex.

1496

Forrest

Tenn.

Gleason, Tenn.

1498

Greenville

Tex.

Greenville, Tex

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1505

Gen. Joe Wheeler

Tex.

Cumby, Tex.

1508

Washington

La.

Franklinton, La.

1510

Pittsylvania

Va.

Chatham, Va.

1513

Sam Lanham

Tex.

Nevaclam, Tex.

1515

Gross Grigsby

Va.

Charlottesville, Va.

1516

Featherstone

Miss.

Bay St. Louis, Miss.

1518

Ely M. Bruce

Ky.

Flemingsburg, Ky.

1520

Dixie

I. T.

Wetumka, I. T.

1522

Ocean Springs

Miss.

Ocean Springs, Miss.

1523

Garvin

S. C.

Pickens, S. C.

1525

Confederate Veteran

Miss.

Raymond, Miss.

1526

Cabell

Tex.

Gibtown, Tex.

1529

W. R. Stone

La.

Tullulah, La.

1530

Erath

Tex.

Thurber, Tex.

1531

W. C. Ware

Ga.

Leesburg, Ga.

1532

Gid Lowe

Tenn.

Ashland City, Tenn.

1535

Organ Church

N. C.

Salisbury, N. C.

1536

W. H. Forney

Ala.

Wilsonville, Ala.

1538

Cabell

Ark.

Beebe, Ark.

1540

Terry

Tex.

Kerryville, Tex.

1541

Wade Hampton

Tex.

Claude, Tex.

1542

Sheetz Cheshire

W. Va.

Romney, W. Va.

1546

Gen. Frank Cheatham

I. T.

Madill, I. T.

1549

M. W. Gray

S. C.

Columbia, S. C.

1552

Avery McDowell

N. C.

Morganton, N. C.

1556

H. L. Buck

S. C.

Conway, S. C.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1559

Stonewall Jackson

I. T.

Wapanucka, I. T.

1560

Jesse Martin

I. T.

Poteau, I. T.

1563

David Williams

N. C.

Burgan, N. C.

1564

Mike Powell

Tex.

Montgomery, Tex.

1565

J. B. Biffle

Tenn.

Waynesboro, Tenn.

1566

Pap Price

Mo.

Morrisville, Mo.

1567

Everett

I. T.

Holder, I. T.

1568

J. A. Early

Va.

Rocky Mount, Va.

1570

Fagan

Tex.

Redwater, Tex.

1571

Basset

Fla.

Noma, Fla.

1572

Confederate Cross

Ga.

Helena, Ga.

1576

Scotland Camp

N. C.

Laurinburg, N. C.

1580

W. B. Bate

Tenn.

Centerville, Tenn.

1583

Armstrong

Mo.

Armstong, Mo.

1584

Jno. C. Bruce

S. C.

Williamson, S. C.

1586

John B. Gordou

Ga.

Brunswick, Ga.

1588

T. N. Walls

Tex.

Silverton, Tex.

1592

Gen P. Roberts

N. C.

Belhaven, N. C.

1595

Mount Zion

N. C.

Mecklinburg, N. C.

1597

Columbia County

Ga.

Appling, Ga.

1601

Dimmitt County

Tex.

Carrizo Springs, Tex.

1605

Hobart

Okla.

Hobart, Okla.

1612

1613

1615

A. R. Witt

Ark.

Heber, Ark.

1618

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1622

1623

1625

Joseph E. Johnson

Ala.

McKenzie, Ala.

1626

W. T. Wofford

Ga.

Clarksville, Ga.

1632

Wm. B. Wooldridge

Va.

Chesterfield, Va.

1634

Ben Elliot

Okla.

Sayre, Okla.

1635

Matt Ransom

N. C.

Elm City, N. C.

1636

Clintwood

Va.

Clintwood, Va.

1638

Halifax County

Va.

South Boston, Va.

1645

S. C.

Fort Hill, S. C.

1649

Pat Cleburne

Ark.

Fouke, Ark.

1654

Pat Cleburne

Okla.

Tishomingo, Okla.

1657

W. Va.

Ripley, W. Va.

1658

R. E. Lee

Va.

Smithfield, Va.

1665

D. J. Roof

S. C.

New Brookland, S. C.

1668

Crowder

Okla.

Crowder, Okla.

1669

Ransom

N. C.

Sanford, N. C.

1671

E. M. Butt

Ga.

Buena Vista, Ga.

1674

Bedford Forrest

Arizona

1680

Genl. Stephen D. Lee

Tex.

Laredo, Tex.

1684

Edd Thomas

Ga.

…Rockdale County, Ga.

1685

Blair

Okla.

Blair, Okla.

1690

Joe Shelby

Okla.

Crescent, Okla.

1691

W. L. Moore

Okla.

Mannsville, Okla.

1693

1694

F. M. Boone

Miss.

Belmont, Miss.

No.

Name of Camp

Division

Headquarters

1698

M. M. Parsons

Okla.

Antlers, Okla.

1708

Stonewall Jackson

Tex.

Brownsfield, Tex.

1710

Geo. M. McDowell

Ga.

Barnesville, Ga.

1712

Joseph F. Johnston

Ala.

Leeds, Ala.

1713

Stonewall Jackson

Arizona

Phoenix, Arizona

1714

B. Gaston

Tex.

Frankston, Tex.

1719

Ga.

Danielsville, Ga.

1725

Smith County

Miss.

Raleigh, Miss.

1728

E. W. Horne

S. C.

Ridge Springs, S. C.

1733

Campbell County

Ga.

Palmetto, Ga.

1734

Magee

Miss

Magee, Miss.

1737

Fla.

Perry, Fla.

1741

Longstreet

Ga.

Atlanta, Ga.

1769

James T. Hunter

Tex.

…,Tex.

1771

Jim Taylor

Ga.

Cochran, Ga.

1772

Laureus

Ga.

Dublin, Ga.

1778

Dowdell

Ala.

Larrett, Ala.

1817

1819

Dawson County

Tex.

Lauresa, Tex.

* Compiled By: Katrina G. Thompson and Jacob Kimrey , Summer 2003

APPENDIX C

Generals Commanding

Adjutant Generals

1889-1904 Andrew B. Gordon

George Moorman

1904-1908 Stephen D. Lee

George Moorman

1908-1909 W. L. Cabell

George Moorman

1909-1910 Clement A. Evans

George Moorman

1910-1912 Geo. W. Gordon

George Moorman

1912-1913 C. Irvine Walker

George Moorman

1913-1916 Bennett A. Young

George Moorman

1917-1918 George P. Harrison

George Moorman

1918-1921 Gen. VanZandt

George Moorman

1922-1923 Julian S. Carr

George Moorman

1923-1924 Gen. B. Haldeman

John A. Booth

1924-1925 James A. Thomas

Edgar D. Taylor

1925-1926 W. B. Freeman

I. P. Barnard

1926-1927 M. D. Vance

Hampden Osborne

1927-1928 J. C. Foster

Harry Rene Lee

1929-1930 A. T. Goodwyn

Harry Rene Lee

1930-1931 R. A. Sneed

Harry Rene Lee

1931 -1932 L. W. Stephens

Harry Rene Lee

1932 -1933 C. A. DeSaussure

Harry Rene Lee

1933-1934 Homer Atkinson

Harry Rene Lee

1934 -1935 Rice T. Pierce

Harry Rene Lee

1935-1936 Harry Rene Lee

Harry Rene Lee

1937-1938 John M. Claypool

Harry Rene Lee

1938-1939 John W. Harris

W. E. T. Ogletree

1939-1940 Julius Franklin Howell

Ben C. Mathes

1941-1942 John M. Claypool

W. Scott Hancock

1942-1943 John W. Harris

W. Scott Hancock

1943-1944 Homer Atkinson

W. Scott Hancock