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Please note that not all Confederate military rolls have been digitized.
Further description and a complete inventory of Confederate military rolls in our holdings are located in the records’ finding aid.
Lee stands in the United States Capitol on August 17, 2017 in Washington, D. A nationwide debate is underway concerning the removal of statues, monuments and historical markers that memorialize the Confederacy. Photo by Pete Marovich/UPI A statue of Confederate General Albert Pike stands in Judiciary Square.
Photo by Pete Marovich/UPI A statue of Joseph Wheeler, commander of cavalry for the Confederate Army of Tennessee during the Civil War, stands in Statuary Hall in the United States Capitol on August 17, 2017 in Washington, D. Pike's likeness is the only statue of a Confederate general outside of the Capitol in Washington, D. Critics claim Pike helped start the Ku Klux Klan and the Washington, D.
Click here to enter the records Restrictions on Access Some Civil War military rolls have been determined too fragile for retrieval; their numbers do not appear in the following inventory.
The names on almost all of the Civil War rolls have been abstracted onto 3-by-5 inch index cards, available in the Texas State Archives’ search room and on Ancestry.com, which give of the information found on the rolls themselves for each individual.
Due to the size of the documents, digitized images of the muster rolls may be difficult to read directly in the TDA.
As of May 2017, a portion of the oversize Confederate and Texas State Troops military rolls have been digitized.
G, 2nd Virginia Infantry found this child’s portrait on the battlefield of Port Republic, Virginia, between the bodies of a Confederate soldier and a Federal soldier.
Each is posed primly on chairs, ringlets cascading past the rouged cheeks of one, the other dressed in a frilly hoop dress.
Oversight of the 33 brigades of the Texas State Troops plus the Frontier Regiment fell to this office.
This series primarily includes muster rolls, payrolls, rosters, returns, and election returns of approximately 1,500 companies of both Texas State Troops (including Rangers) and the Confederate States Army, stationed in Texas during the Civil War, dating 1861-1865, 1871, 1898, bulk 1861-1865. Roberts commanding, CSA;””Reserved Company, Beat 3, Freestone County, 19th Brigade, Texas Militia”); enlistment data (date, place, and for what period); discharge data (usually pay information, including number of days, rate, and total); description (usually only age, if anything at all); and remarks.