2 edition of Samuel Wragg Ferguson, Brig. General, CSA, and wife Catherine Lee found in the catalog.
Samuel Wragg Ferguson, Brig. General, CSA, and wife Catherine Lee
James Marvin Lowrey
Includes bibliographical references (p. 346-349) and indexes.
|Statement||by James Marvin Lowrey.|
|Contributions||Ferguson, Samuel Wragg, 1834-1917., Ferguson, Catherine Lee, b. 1841.|
|LC Classifications||E467.1.F35 L68 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 363 p. :|
|Number of Pages||363|
|LC Control Number||94096352|
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Civil War Confederate Brigadier General. CSA graduated from the US Military Academy in and served as a Lieutenant of Dragoons, in the Utah expedition. When the Civil War began, he resigned his commission and entered the Confederate Army as a Captain appointed aid-dc-camp to General Brig.
General in March On. Ferguson, Samuel Wragg, Brigadier-General, Collection Identifier: M Form of Material Letter to A.E. Allen after he requested autograph of Confederate General Samuel W. Ferguson. Dates: Found in: Historical Manuscripts and Photographs / Samuel W.
Ferguson Letter. Special Collections; College Drive - Samuel Wragg Ferguson, Brig. General, CSA, and wife Catherine Lee: featuring selections from their writings by James Marvin Lowrey (Book) 1 edition published in in English.
In August while on leave recovering from an illness he would meet and marry Catherine Lee, a relative of Gen. Robert E. Lee. Ferguson would continue to lead cavalry for the rest of the war, accompanied by his wife, and was promoted to Brigadier General in Samuel Wragg Ferguson, Brig.
General, CSA, and wife Catherine Lee: featuring selections from their writings by James Marvin Lowrey, ; James Edward Oglethorpe. - Sarah Barker's will shows that James Ferguson was in South Carolina prior to the arrival of Oglethorpe and the first of his colonists on the ship Ann in late Brig.
General Samuel Wragg Ferguson had his wife, Catherine Sarah "Kate" (Lee) Ferguson, brought to him at every Campaign in which he fought. He makes reference to it numerous times in his daily journal and later in his memoirs.
Catherine Sarah Ferguson (Lee) Birthdate: Death: Immediate Family: Daughter of William Henry Lee and Eleanor Percy Lee Wife of Brig. General Samuel W. Ferguson (CSA) Managed by: Private User Brig. General Updated: J These records are part of the "Genealogy Computer Package" *** PC-PROFILE *** Volume - II.
Sarratt/Sarrett/Surratt Family Profile© Compiled and self Published in Oct. 31, by Paul R. Sarrett, Jr. with the assistance of my late mother Mrs. Lucille (WILSON) SARRETT () These "Work-Books" were compiled by listing the various families, born, married, died, and a history of. Hospital.
MAUDE ASHFORD FERGUSON, daughter of the late Mahlon and Sydney Aehfofd and wife of the late Samuel Wragg Ferguson. Friends may call at Oawler's Chapel, 1T66 CSA. ave. n.w., where services will be held on Saturday; January 3, at 4 p.m.
Interment private. FOSTER, CLYDE. On Tuesday. De cem CLYDE FOSTER ol Eye st. n.w. Samuel Wragg Ferguson was born on 3 November in Charleston, South Carolina, the eldest of James and Abby Ann Ferguson’s eleven children. His father was a planter. Educated at a private school in Charleston, he entered the US Military Academy in and graduated in Ferguson was stationed in Walla Walla, Washington, [ ].
Ferguson, Samuel Wragg (). Confederate general. Partially printed DS, "S. Ferguson," 2pp, x in., prepared while "On the March." Janu Field return report accounting for the personnel and resources in CSA regiments under Ferguson's command.
Letter from Mrs. Samuel Wragg Ferguson to Colonel Slater, Commander of the Kentucky Regiment, relating the theft of her Arabian mare by Federal soldiers ( ); Letter from Ferguson to General W. Sherman relating the theft of his wife’s mare and other property and requesting restoration of property ( ).
This is a draft from many sources, and is bound to have errors so use with care*1 John Henry Ferguson b. Ulster * + **2 Adam Ferguson b. Ulster d. Samuel Jr Isabel F Mary Jane James John William Leonard My GGGGrandfather Sarah E. "Sally" Thomas Elizabeth Wayne Capt. Samuel Ferguson Jr b. in in Augusta Co.
Samuel died in Wytheville, Cabell Virginia befhe was Samuel Wragg Ferguson (November 3, – February 3, ) was a career United States Army officer, a cavalryman, and a graduate of West Point.
He is best known as being a Confederate brigadier general during the Civil War. Samuel Wragg was a member of the Council of the Province of Carolina under Great Britain during the early 18th century.
In Mayduring the Siege of Charles-Towne, Wragg and several other prominent Charles-Towne citizens were captured by Blackbeard's pirates as they left port on the Crowley, and he was held hostage by the negotiated for the government of Charles-Towne to send.
FERGUSON (1) Lowrey, James M. SAMUEL WRAGG FERGUSON BRIG. GEN., CSA & WIFE, CATHERINE LEE FERGUSON (2) see Family Vertical File FERGUSON (3) see POCAHONTAS (1) FETNER (1) Fetner, Edward H. THE FETNER FAMILY HISTORY FIELD (1) see POCAHONTAS (1). Samuel Champ Ferguson (pictured here under Federal guard) was born in Clinton County, Kentucky on Nov.
29, He was the oldest of ten children born to William and Zilpha Ferguson. The Fergusons were farmers in the Kentucky high county, an area dependent on corn, tobacco, hogs, and cattle. Fitzhugh Lee ( – ), the nephew of General Robert E.
Lee, was a Confederate cavalry general, Governor of Virginia, diplomat, and US Army general in the Spanish-American War. Lee taught and wrote about the history of the Civil War south, including authoring a biography of his uncle. Fitzhugh Lee served as governor of Virginia from Samuel Ferguson Harrison Fayette Indiana Stewart Ferguson Washington Indiana Thomas Forgason [Thomas Ferguson] Vigo Indiana William Ferguson Greenville Floyd James Ferguson Lee Oneida New York James Ferguson Lisbon Saint Lawrence New York James Ferguson Duanesburg Schenectady New York James Ferguson Junior.
In moved here to Kanawha Co., later Cabell, now Wayne. Progenitor of the area's extended Ferguson Family."" Samuel Ferguson who married Mary Jameson," Chapter 1 Pag e 2 "SAMUEL FERGUSON was born 3 Marchand die d 12 February in Cabell County, Virginia (now Wayne County, West Virginia).".
traveled to Mt. Vernon Barracks in Mobile County and joined the Confederate Army. They were assigned to Company F, 36th Alabama Infantry Regiment.
Companies F and G were comprised of men from Monroe County. Edward, a widower, and Thomas, were older than the average Confederate soldier in the early years of the American Civil War.
The unit was mustered into service. Catherine Ferguson Lanham was the oldest daughter of John Ferguson, so one can conclude that Catherine Ferguson, widow, is John's mother.
There is an additional Maryland record that gives William Lanham as a well beloved friend of Catherine Ferguson of Frederick County, Maryland power of attorney to collect debts.
CATHERINE BARBARA BROUN PAPERS, #z, Miscellaneous family papers, including recollections of Samuel Wragg Ferguson () and the family correspondence and plantation records of Nathanial Heyward (), whose estate inclu acres of low country plantations and over 2, slaves. Confederate brigadier.
Lowrey, James Marvin Samuel Wragg Ferguson, Brig. General, CSA, and wife Catherine Lee J.M. Lowrey Name FIELD, Charles William Born April 6Woodford Cty KY Died April 9Washington DC Pre-War Profession Graduated West Pointresigned To pick up as much as possible on the operations and activities of this regiment, you'll need to look for O.
references to Brig. Gen. Samuel Wragg Ferguson and his cavalry commandFrom the wikiThe 2nd Alabama Cavalry was organized at Montgomery, May 1, Eubank, who is promotable to brigadier general, is the director, J-6, at U.S. Africa Command in Germany.
He served at Fort Bragg as director of communications, G-6, at U.S. Army Special Operations. The most recent comprehensive narrative and documentary accounts of the Utah War, its origins, and prosecution are David L. Bigler and Will Bagley, The Mormon Rebellion: America’s First Civil War, – (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ); Norman F.
Furniss, The Mormon Conflict, – (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press,rept. ); William P. MacKinnon, ed. Mississippi’s Civil War Generals covers the lives of the forty-six Mississippians who reached the rank of general during the four-year struggle Brigadier General William Joseph Hardee stated that he was aware of the existence of Adams's regiment.
Chapter 12 Samuel Wragg Ferguson, 82, Chapter 13 John Calvin Fiser, 89, Chapter 14 Samuel. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Samuel W. Ferguson (9 Jul –19 Dec ), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing Meridian Cemetery, McPherson County, Kansas, USA ; Maintained.
General Ferguson was commissioned through Officer Training School and served on active duty from to and joined the Reserve in He became an Air Reserve Technician in January He has commanded an operations group and two fighter wings. The general is a command pilot with more than 5, hours in the F-4, F, F and A Agnew, James B.
“‘A Day of Sorrow and a Day of Glory’: A Brief Chronicle of the Career of Brigadier General Barnard E. Bee, CSA.” Unpublished paper in the collections of U.S. Army Military History Institute, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
Jan 13 The Mississippian Who Led the South After the War (Civil War - L.Q.C. Lamar) Jan 14 The Choctaws: Friends of the French Jan 18 Civil War Chivalry and Carnage In Canton Jan 21 The Two Devereux Halls of Natchez (one is an antebellum mansion; the other, an orphanage) Jan 24 This History In a Hurry of Hinds and Its Hi-Steppers (Hinds County.
Basil Wilson Duke ( – Septem ) was a Confederate general officer during the American Civil War, most noted for his service as a brigade commander in 's Morgan's Raid; Duke would later wrote a popular account of this raid.
(Submitted on October 5,by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) 9. Samuel W. Maj. Gen. Gregory L. Ferguson serves as the Air National Guard Assistant to the Commander, Air Force Special Operations Command, Hurlburt Field, Florida. The command is the Air Force component of United States Special Operations Command.
Air Force Special. Civil War general who died in the battle of Shiloh. From the description of Papers, Albert Sidney Johnston, Confederate general, U. Army colonel and paymaster, brigadier general and Secretary of War for the Republic of Texas, was born at Washington, Kentucky, February 2, Ferguson, Samuel Wragg, Samuel Wragg.
Thomas Ferguson Biography Thomas Ferguson, ESQ., was a resident of Ferguson township territory as early as His deed from Samuel Wallis for the "John Webster" warrantee, where Pine Grove Mills now stands, is dated Sept. 5, General Notes: Samuel Dr., was from York, PA was in Rev. War. In he tried to collect land in PA.
Oliver Perry Temple was a Grandson of Samuel Craig. Oliver was famous in history of Tenn before and after the Civil War. Wrote three books, was a lawyer, and a Judge later on. Good included William J. Ferguson in the same group of “eyewitnesses” as Samuel J.
Seymour, a five year old boy inwho claimed to be at Ford’s Theatre on 14 Apriland was reportedly the last of the witnesses to come forward – in when he appeared on the TV show, “I’ve Got a Secret.” [To see Mr.
Seymour’s. Samuel Briggs, son of John Briggs (the younger) and Tabitha (Allen) Briggs, was born on Novemin Berkley, Bristol County, married Ruth Paull there on Aug Throughout the 's Samuel acquired small acreages in the vicinity of Berkley and Taunton (four miles north).
As a young man Samuel was captain of a whaling ship that sailed out of New Bedford.View Briggs Ferguson’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community.
Briggs has 6 jobs listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Briggs Title: CEO at J&Y Business Group.Basil Wilson Duke ( – Septem ) was a Confederate general officer during the American Civil War. (Submitted on May 4,by Brian Scott of Anderson, South Carolina.) George Gibbs Dibrell.
George Gibbs Dibrell (Ap – May 9, ) was an American lawyer and a five-term member of the United States House.