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The Civil War correspondence of Judge Thomas Goldsborough Odell
Thomas Goldsborough Odell
|Other titles||Civil War correspondence of T.G. Odell.|
|Statement||[edited by] Donald Odell Virdin ; introduction and historical footnotes by Brian C. Pohanka.|
|Contributions||Virdin, Donald Odell.|
|LC Classifications||E505.5 78th .O34 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 133 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||133|
|LC Control Number||93137584|
To John and Lucy Speed eleven children were born, and at a gathering of their offspring in , at a Fourth of July picnic, members of the Speed family in Louisville attended. It was to "Farmington" that Abraham Lincoln came before the Civil War to visit his friend, Joshua F. Speed, the fifth son of Judge Speed. A direct quotation from Mayor Brown's book, Baltimore and the Nineteenth of April , A Study of the Civil War: "In Putnam's 'Record of the Rebellion,' Volume I, p the following statement is made of a meeting which was held on the morning of the 18th of April: 'An excited secession meeting was held at Baltimore, Maryland.
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Corporal Thomas Odell enlisted in the 78th Illinois Volunteer Infantry in August In his letters to his wife and children Odell talks about his daily routine, drills, food, as well as more dramatic events, such as the hanging of two Confederate spies and the capture of two companies of the 78th by the daring raider, John Hunt.
The Civil War correspondence of Judge Thomas Goldsborough Odell. [Thomas Goldsborough Odell; Donald Odell Virdin] -- Odell was born in North Carolina, the son of Isaac K. Odell & Rebecca Moore. The family eventually settled near Camp Point in Adams County.
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Odell was a corporal in the 78th Illinois Volunteer Infantry. Levi Odell of Eastchester invented an early typewriter that sold by mail for $ Lank Odell was president of New York's first street car line and himself drove the first trolley horse drawn in its initial trip from City Hall to 14th Street.
Moses Odell of Brooklyn, a Civil War "Lincoln Democrat" was a great friend of Lincoln. The Civil War Correspondence of Judge Thomas Goldsborough Odell (Source: Heritage Books) ($) Cook.
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CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.-CONFEDERATE. , B. Letter, 20 April Accession 4 pages. Letter, 20 Aprilfrom B. , hospital, 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, in Louisa County, Virginia, to his wife, possibly in North Carolina, regarding his work in the 2nd Corps hospital in Louisa County, noting one patient with smallpox, and commenting that the overall number of sick in the hospital is down.
Author of Some pioneer Delaware families, The Virdins of Delaware and related families, Virginia genealogies and family histories, Antonina Karoblis Jacobauski Baikauskas, The Civil War Correspondence of Judge Thomas Goldsborough Odell, Some Delaware Bible records, The Hargadines and other Delaware and Maryland families, Delaware family histories and Written works: Some Pioneer Delaware Families.
The Civil War Correspondence of 2)r. Thomas S. Kirkbride D R. THOMAS S. KIRKBRIDE, superintendent from to of the Mental and Nervous Department of the Pennsyl-vania Hospital, was perhaps the outstanding American psychiatrist of his day.1 Like all his colleagues, he gained his skill in the school of experience and was guided by the Author: Clifford B.
Farr. This collection consists of Civil War correspondence and portraits. Letters of interest include a letter from Braxton Bragg, a letter from Major General Benjamin Franklin Butler to [Henry] Wilson, complaining of General [Quincy Adams] Gilmore and suggesting he ought to be removed from his command and a letter from Jefferson Davis to the [Confederate] Senate and House of.
Heritage Books: CD: The Civil War Correspondence of Judge Thomas Goldsborough Odell Heritage Books: CD: The Civil War Correspondence of Judge Thomas Goldsborough Odell. Donald O. Virdin has 12 books on Goodreads with 6 ratings. Donald O. Virdin’s most popular book is Maryland and Delaware Genealogies and Family Histories.
Donald O. Virdin is the author of Maryland and Delaware Genealogies and Family Histories ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Delawar /5(3). John Moore McCalla was a militia officer and civil servant, of Lexington, Ky., and Washington, D.C.
Collection contains correspondence, receipt books, scrapbooks, family cookbook, and other papers, relating to Civil War politics; local Kentucky politics (); the Mexican War; presidential politics, especially Polk's election () and the second inauguration of Abraham.
Noteworthy military items of the Civil War era include notes to Colonel Bryan Grimes Jr. and letters from Alonzo H. Mansfield, a relative of the Grimes family. Mansfield attended the Hillsboro Military Academy, later fought in the war, and also served in the 8th North Carolina State Troops.
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16th Georgia Infantry Byrd, Joseph P (ed). Confederate Sharpshooter Major William E Simmons: Through the War with the 16th Georgia Infantry and 3rd Battalion Georgia Sharpshooters. Roberson, Elizabeth W. Weep Not For Me Dear Mother (16th Georgia). During the American Civil War (), Maryland, a slave state, was one of the border states, straddling the South and North.
Despite some popular support for the cause of the Confederate States of America, Maryland would not secede during the Civil War.
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Also arrested Judge Buck Morris, treasurer Sons of Liberty, having complete proof of his assisting Shanks to escape and plotting to release prisoners at this camp. Most of the rebel officers were in this city on the same errand in August last, their plan being to raise an insurrection and release prisoners of war at this camp.
The letters of various members of the Drayton family reflect their opinions on nullification, the Mexican War, the Civil War, and other subjects. Of special interest are the letters of General Thomas Drayton, U.S.
Army, and the correspondence of Captain Percival Drayton, U.S. Navy, The latter has much on naval matters. Publishing History This is a chart to show the publishing history of editions of works about this subject.
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(Editor's note: This is part of a series of "Biographies of a Civil War Soldiers," one of several accounts of the services of a number of Boone County men in the War Between the States, as given in the second book of a two-volume work published inby the H.H.
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Zollinger, late of the First Maryland, and Captains J. Parran Crane, Ferdinand C. Duvall, Jos. McAleer, John W. Torsch, Gwynn and Stewart, who were generally new men, except Torsch, who had commanded a company in a.
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