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  1. i believe he was acquiring horses at the time of the battle of Shiloh but came on and was quartermaster dept for gen Halleck on his approach to Corinth
  2. mona

    John Rea Farm

    i dont know..have not ever heard of a location in shiloh area know as bagwell...but will ask around.
  3. thanks... i think i found a distant relative in clanton's..my father always told of a distant relative that was killed at stones river...i am going to research..wm allen and sydney allen and robert allen..thanks
  4. i do not knowhow to put a link here but yall can go to find a grave to see his headstone..the original is somewhat unique--at least to me--under his name has US and CSA
  5. Samuel Cooper After graduation commisioned Lt in Army light Artillery until 1837.Then he was appt. Chief Clerk of the US War Dept which he held until 1842 he was promoted to Col. and served in the Seminole War.he also saw action in the Mexican war.In 1852 he was promoted to Adj. General.He resigned his position in March 1861 to join the Confederate Army in Brigadier General;.He was asigned Adjutant and Inspector general of the Confederate Army directly under Jefferson Davis the entire war. 1862 he was promoted to full general..His final act was to preserve all records of the Confederate Army and turn them over to the US Govt.He retired to his plantation in VA until his death in 12-3-1876.He is buried in Christ Church Episcopol Cemetery in Alexandria VA..
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    Old 1956 Shiloh Film

    in today's light we can find alot of flaws in this film but in its defense..it was the first film portrayed for viewing at a battlefield, really reinacting had not come around as we know today so they recruited theater students from memphis state and there was a connection down in mississippi so several students from school there came up to portray soldiers and a factory there made some uniforms..and several locals were involved. and at this time i believe they did as well as could be on the animation .i believe it opened the door to all we have today in portraying battle action documentaries that we all view today.
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    14th Iowa "diary"

    i hope they will make the entire..if not the shiloh section ..available omline..because inquirying minds want to read.
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    14th Iowa "diary"

    i wish the men that enlisted at savannah was accessable.i cant find it anywhere.. i wonder if his father ,phillip, survived the war he's death date is?? on find a grave. interesting .
  9. very interesting...many of whom were originally from tenn moved to tx after the war
  10. mona

    Mankato's Shiloh

    well the council of war was at corinth/bark road but there is not a church there.and the wqriting leads the reader to believe the fedreal troops held their ground at the dawn battle but they were pushed behind their camp lines by the advancing confederate troops.will have to read the rest of this.
  11. glad you had a great visit...yes the food here is hit or miss...you will have to return! hope yall did a good tick check!
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    Celebrate Mona!

    Yes Ozzy..I have not read this prior...You always come up with great reads..but I do have to correct this article a little...Morgan's favorite mount was a black mare..Black Bess. Thank you for the birthday present!! Mona
  13. wonder why names were dashed out...
  14. is it not hwy 22 hwy 142 junction????Hwy 57 will be too far south if yall are going to by the Museum..
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