1 edition of Index to Compiled Service Records, U.S. Colored Troops found in the catalog.
Index to Compiled Service Records, U.S. Colored Troops
Written in English
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About U.S., Colored Troops Military Service Records, This database contains compiled military service records for United States Colored Troops that volunteered to serve with the Union in the American Civil War. Compiled Military Service Records (often abbreviated as CMSR or CSR) are the records that may exist for your ancestors U.S.
Colored Troops book served in the U.S. military from the Revolutionary War to the end of the Philippine Insurrection and Spanish-American War. Internet Archive BookReader Index to Compiled Service Records, U.S. Colored Troops [microform]. See Guide to Civil War Slave Compensation Claims in Compiled Military Service Records of U.S.
Colored Troops for more information about these records. For more information about specific records found in this index, please contact the History and Genealogy Department at [email protected] Compiled Military Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers who Served with the U.S. Colored Troops, 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment (Colored); (National Archives Microfilm Publication M, 20 rolls); Records of the Adjutant General’s Office, ’s, Record Group 94; National Archives, Washington, D.C.
See also, Index to Civil War Slave Compensation Claims in Compiled Military Records of U.S. Colored Troops elsewhere on this website. What was a Slave Compensation Claim. During the Civil War, two acts of Congress--one passed in (13 Stat. 11) and one in (14 Stat.
)--allowed loyal slave owners whose slaves enlisted or were drafted into the U.S. military to file a claim against the. 93 rows Guides to National Archives Microfilm Publications: Civil War Compiled Service Records.
Tabular Analysis of the Records of the U.S. Colored Troops and Their Predecessor Units in the National Archives of the United States.
Special List No. National Archives and records Service General Services Administration Washington: Compiled by Joseph B. Ross. FHL Book M2rt Film Item Compiled Service Records Of Soldiers Who Served In The American Army During The Revolutionary Index to Compiled Service Records.
Virginia Half Pay And Other Related Revolutionary War Pension Application Files. Register Of Army Land Warrants Issued Under The Act OfFor Service In. Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers Who Served with U.S. Colored Troops. 98 reels. National Archives M TSLA Mf.
# Index is arranged alphabetically by soldier's surname. Also includes unit, company, and rank. Consolidated Index to Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers. reels.
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U.S., Union Soldiers Compiled Service Records, This database contains an index of compiled military service records for volunteer Union soldiers who served with units organized in more than 20 states and territories, including states in the Confederacy.
This index also includes Confederate soldiers who later served with the Union Army. U.S. Colored Troops Military Service Records, Ancestry.
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Civil War Slave Compensation Claims in Compiled Military Service Records of U.S. Colored Troops - St. Louis County Library.
Index by St. Louis County Library Special Collections Department of slave compensation claims from the records of soldiers in the U.S. Colored Troops. U.S. Colored Troops Military Service Records, ; Headstones Provided for Deceased Union Civil War Veterans, overentries Gravestone Photographs for 34 National (Military) Cemeteries Some Pension and Service Records Indexes.
U.S., Colored Troops Military Service Records, Ancestry U.S., Confederate Army Casualty Lists and Reports, Ancestry U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File. U.S., Colored Troops Military Service Records, U.S., Compiled Military Service Records for American Volunteer Soldiers, Mexican War, Free Index U.S., Confederate Army Casualty Lists and Reports, Record Group 94 also includes a card index for the USCT, reproduced as Microfilm Publication M, Index to Compiled Military Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers Who Served with U.S.
Colored Troops, which may be used to locate the regiment of USCT personnel. First, the units were segregated, so the Index to Compiled Military Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers Who Served with the United States Colored Troops (CMSR), should be searched rather than the National Archives indexes microfilmed by state designation as for white soldiers (other than ones listed in Moss' book mentioned previously.
edition of Records of U.S. Colored Troops shows that, given the opportunity, African Americans seized the chance to help win the war and deal the death blow to slavery.
By the end of the war inoverAfrican Americans, including former slaves and escaped slaves, had served in the ranks of the U.S. Colored Troops (U.S.C.T.). This. Search the service records of over 6 million men, blue and gray, who served in the Civil War. See a list of 18, African American sailors that served in the Civil War.
Search unit histories of over 4, Union and Confederate regiments. The National Park Service manages 14 National Cemeteries, all but one of which is linked to a Civil War.
The 46th United States Colored Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil unit was originally designated as the 1st Arkansas Infantry Regiment (African Descent).
The regiment was composed of African American enlisted men commanded by white officers and was authorized by the Bureau of Colored Troops which was created by the United States Branch: Infantry.
SERVED WITH THE UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS: Artillery Organizations Introduction On the rolls of this microfilm publication, M, are reproduced the compiled military service records of volunteer Union soldiers belonging to the artillery units organized for service with the United States Colored Troops (USCT).
U.S. Compiled Revolutionary War Military Service Records (from National Archives Microfilm Publications M and M) Revolutionary War Rolls nearlynames (M) Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books - Vols.
Revolutionary War and Frontier Conflicts (') Some of the original service records of the Revolutionary War were destroyed by fire, but those that have survived are on file at the National Archives, compiled primarily from rosters and rolls of soldiers serving in the Continental Army, state lines, and militia units, with additions from correspondence and filed reports of military officers.
Records Description Compiled service records consist of a jacket-envelope for each soldier, labeled with his name, rank, unit, and card numbers. The compilation of service records of Union soldiers began in under the direction of Col. Fred C. Ainsworth, head of the Record and Pension Office of the Adjutant General’s Office, Department of.
Colored Troops, U.S., Compiled Service Records of (5) A thru 4: Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers from Alabama () B Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soliders who Served in Organizations Directly Raised by the Confederate Government, Wade's 8 th Cav, Clarkson's, Independent Rangers (3) A by miscellaneous units, militia, and U.S.
Colored Troops. All other sections are organized by collection – either a Record Group, or a Manuscript Group. Record Groups represent collections of official records maintained by a governmental unit or commission. They are abbreviated “RG.”File Size: KB. This set is not only a roster but an index to the compiled service records in the National Archives.
Using the Roster you can determine which U.S. colored troops have records in the archives and exactly how they are listed; the essential information needed for obtaining a service record. Deaths, (Includes lists of troops from SC, GA, and AL who died in Federal Pris-ons during the war.
Organized by state in rough alphabetical order.) Confederate Prisoner of War Records, Rich-mond, VA. Compiled Military Service Records, Volunteer Un-ion Soldiers Who Served With the U.S. Colored Troops. (Records for the 1st U. More than men enlisted.
The regiment was called the First Regiment of Missouri Colored Infantry. It later became the 62 nd U.S. Regiment of Colored Infantry. Over 3, Missouri African Americans enrolled in the army in Most black soldiers served in the U.S.
Army. But there was one African American unit in Missouri's state militia. Compiled military service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served with the United States Colored Troops Compiled Record of Military Units in Volunteer Union Organizations Index to Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldiers MississippiCorinth district, Oct.
NovAdjutant General's Office and thU.S. Compiled Service Records document U.S. Civil War () soldiers. The files consist of service cards that contain information extracted from muster rolls, regimental returns, descriptive books, and other records.
A new card was created each time a soldier’s name appeared on a new document. "the names of jack ringer and charles ringer have not been found on the index to the compiled military service records of the united states colored troops who served during the civil war, nor have those names been found on the record of enlistments in the regular army before july 1, "if mr.
"Records prepared for microfilming by volunteers of the Civil War Conservation Corps." Introduction from accompanying pamphlet, p. 1: "On the rolls of this microfilm publication, Mare reproduced the compiled military service records of volunteer Union soldiers belonging to the 14th through the 19 infantry units organized for service with the United States Colored Troops (USCT).
This Item contains records, some of which may not be available online. To obtain a copy or view the records, please contact or visit the National Archives and Records Administration location(s) listed in the Contact information below.
The 56th United States Colored Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil regiment was composed of African American enlisted men commanded by white officers and was authorized by the Bureau of Colored Troops which was created by the United States War Department on The regiment was originally organized as the 3rd Arkansas Branch: Infantry.
Veterans’ records, including those from the Grand Army of the Republic and the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans, may also provide additional insight into an ancestor’s military career.
The Archives of Michigan maintains a large collection of U.S. military records that can be. David Churchman () 13th USCT Company B 22 May 24 May Before the Civil War, and especially after the Fugitive Slave Act ofit mattered enormously which state an African American was born in.
David Churchman, a young boy inwas reported by his parents to have been born in Indiana as a free black infant in Indiana. Compiled Military Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers who Served with United States Colored Troops, 2nd through 7th Colored Infantry This microfilm set includes service records for the 5th United States Colored Infantry organized at Camp Delaware, Ohio near Columbus.
A valuable resource is Gust Skordas’ Early Settlers of Maryland: An Index to Names of Immigrants Compiled from Records of Land Patents, (Genealogical Publishing Co., ). A continuation of this work is Peter Wilson Coldham’s Settlers of Maryland.
These records generally complement the information found with the compiled service records. These records do not contain information on Kentuckians who served in the U. S. Regulars, the U. S. Colored Troops, the Navy, or the Marines. Information regarding these records may be .