Daughters Of The Republic Of Texas Patriot Ancestor Album
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✏Daughters of the Republic of Texas Patriot Ancestor Album Book Summary :
✏Daughters of Republic of Texas Book Summary : The Republic of Texas has a vivid past - its ancestors ventured west to settle an uneasy land - from exploration by the Spaniards to war with the Mexican government and its declaration of independence in 1836. Read about these ancestor's stories through hundreds of biographies with photographs of most. A comprehensive index provides easy reference for genealogical research.
✏United Daughters of the Confederacy Patriot Ancestor Album Book Summary :
📒Migra ✍ Kelly Lytle Hernandez
✏Migra Book Summary : Reveals the untold history of the United States Border Patrol from its beginnings in 1924 as a small peripheral outfit to its emergence as a large professional police force. This book focuses on the daily challenges of policing the borderlands and bringsto light unexpected partners and forgotten dynamics.--[source unknown].
📒 The Bloody Fifth Volume 2 ✍ John F. Schmutz
✏ The Bloody Fifth Volume 2 Book Summary : Second in the sweeping history of the Fifth Texas Infantry that fought with Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia in the Civil War. In the first volume, Secession to the Suffolk Campaign, John F. Schmutz followed the regiment from its inception through the successful foraging campaign in southeastern Virginia in April 1863. Gettysburg to Appomattox continues the regiment’s rich history from its march north into Pennsylvania and the battle of Gettysburg, its transfer west to Georgia and participation in the bloody battle of Chickamauga, operations in East Tennessee, and the regiments return to Virginia for the overland battles (Wilderness to Cold Harbor), Petersburg campaign, and the march to Appomattox Court House. The narrative ends by following many of the regiment’s soldiers on their long journey home. Schmutz’s definitive study is based upon years of archival and battlefield research that uncovered hundreds of primary sources, many never before used. The result is a lively account of not only the regiments marches and battles but a personal look into the lives of these Texans as they struggled to survive a vicious war more than 1,000 miles from home. “The Bloody Fifth”: The 5th Texas Infantry Regiment, Hood’s Texas Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia, with photos, original maps, explanatory footnotes, and important and useful appendices, is a significant contribution to the history of Texas and the American Civil War. “A scholarly work enhanced with maps and exhaustive notes, yet thoroughly accessible to readers of all backgrounds.” —Midwest Book Review
✏Johann Carl Ludwig Jauer and His Descendants Book Summary : Johann Carl Ludwig Jauer was born 11 August 1812 in Hanover, Germany. He married Anna Caroline Ahlemeier (1824-1868) 16 November 1851. They had sixteen children. He died 20 October 1901 in Yorktown, Texas. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Texas.
✏The Isensee Family and Their Descendants 1799 2001 Book Summary : Heinrich Hennig Julius Isensee was born in 1799 in Buchtenkirchen, Wittmar, Germany. He married Elizabeth Butenkiel. They had three children. They emigrated in 1846 and settled in Texas. He died in 1847 in Indianola, Texas. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Texas.
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✏Oliver H P Tabor and His Descendants 2006 Book Summary :
✏The Hall Family of Kentucky and Texas Book Summary : David Hall (ca. 1775/1779-1840) moved from Pennsylvania or Virginia to Mercer County, Kentucky, married widow Elizabeth (Ruble) Hale in 1800, and (after several moves) settled in Breckenridge County. Kentucky. Descendants and relatives lived in Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Arizona, California and elsewhere.