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Records of the field offices for the State of Tennessee, 1865-1872
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TitleRecords of the field offices for the State of Tennessee, 1865-1872
Record typeField office record
CreatorBureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands
DescriptionChart of claims records for United States Colored Troops (USCT) discharges, rations, bounty, checks, and vouchers for the years 1866-1870, extracted from correspondence between the Washington Office of the Freedmen's Bureau and the agencies Murfreesboro, Nashville, and Pulaski, Tenn. Listed alphabetically by last name, then rank, company, regiment, year. Also included are the microfilm roll and frame number for researcher direction. Bold indicates known members of the Cemetery Community.
Additional notesNational Archives. RG105, M1911, Roll 84; Walker Library MTSU Call No.: MFM 468
Geographic locationMurfreesboro (Tenn.)
Nashville (Tenn.)
Pulaski (Tenn.)
Names that occur in the recordAbernatha, Tony
Abernathy, Frank
Abernathy, George
Alston, York
Andrews, Ned
Baugh, Wilkins
Bentford, Martin
Bishop, Sampson
Black, Rebun
Boden, Prior
Burleston, Charles
Burleston, Nelson
Childers, Eli
Coburn, Brown
Collins, Joseph
Cox, George W.
Cunningham, Edwin
Edwards, John
Ellis, George
Ewing, Nelson
Foot, Willis
Foote, Peter
Friarson, James
Grimmel, George
Henry, James
Hill, Charles
Hobart, George
Holland, William
House, Allen
Abanath, Lewis
Abernathy, Frederick
Abernathy, Henry
Actor, Henry
Alexander, Allen
Appleton, Richard
Balentine, Simon
Baltimor, Charles
Baugh, Jackson
Benton, Martin
Biles, Wilson
Birch, Irvin
Black, Huston
Blodsoe, Tonel
Bodenhawer, Martin
Bronson, Thomas
Brown, Henry
Burnett, George
Burnett, Dock
Burnett, George
Butler, Jackson
Butter, Henry
Cartin, Henry
Chambers, Phil
Cheens, Archibald
Cheers, Archibald
Childs, Eli
Chuns, Jerry
Cluck, Anderson
Coburn, Brown
Coleman, James
Collins, Eli
Collins, Joseph
Collins, John
Collins, Joseph
Craighead, Henry
Crenshaw, Kennedy
Curlee, Robert
Davidson, John
Dawthard, Green
Douthet, Wesley
Driver, Pleasant
English, George
Everly, Henry
Ewing, Jackson
Fuckner, Limon
Galloway, John
Gero, Henry
Gilbert, Powell
Goodwin, George
Green, Gordon
Green, Henry
Haddox, John
Halt, James
Harris, Andrew
Harris, Nathan
Harris, Sameul
Harriway, Lewis
Harrvell, Neal
Harval, George
Hawlin, Lucius
Hill, Alexander
Hill, Richard
Huids, James B.
Jacobs, Pink
Jenkins, Jerry
Johnson, Greene
Johnson, William
Jones, Frank
Jones, Edward
Jones, Jesse
Jones, Quinice
Jouber, Batt
Jude, Ellis
King, William
Larkins, Robert
Liles, Nicholas
Limmon, Bock
Limnan, Soloman
Limnau, Jack
Lissle, Joseph
Lockridge, Porter
Long, Clinton
Love, Calvin
Lunnen, Dock
Lyles, Henry
Lyles, Nicholas
Machlan, Lucius
Malone, William
Malone, Thomas
Malone, Sanders
Marks, Jonas
Mason, Fletcher
Mayberry, Cadmus
Mays, Thomas
McClellan, Henry
McCutcheon, Ring
McNanny, Henry
McVey, Alexander
Miles, Lewis
Millhouse, Hillmon
Mishan, Henry
Moods, Aaron
Moore, James
Morris, David
Partrep, Milton
Patterson, James
Patton, Miles
Pitts, Andrew
Price, Charles
Rhodes, Simon
Rivers, Harrison
Rivers, John
Rivers, Henry
Roberts, Allen
Robinson, William
Ruffin, Frank
Sartin, Joseph
Scruggs, Isune
Scruggs, Kissie
Siles, Nicholas
Simpson, Washington
Skillen, Jacob
Slaughter, Thomas
Slop, Daniel
Slose, Anderson
Slose, Spencer
Smith, Peter
Smith, Edgar
Stephenson, Green
Stevenson, Henry
Suney, George
Swoops, Richmond
Syles, Henry
Talley, Henderson
Talley, Thomas
Tapley, David
Tapley, Henry
Teals, Clinton
Thompson, Paine
Tucker, William
Tucker, Moses
Upshaw, Nelson
Wadkins, Thomas
Walker, Lewis
Wallace, Robert
Wells, Daniel C.
Whitfield, Jacob
Whitfield, Morris
Wilkenson, Anderson
Wilkinson, Anderson
Wilson, Bilker
Wood, Cyrus
Woods, Bery
Wright, Andrew
Wright, Idal
Young, Abram
Judd, George E.
Coons, J. B.
Nelson, James K.
Subject (LC)Court records--Tennessee-Rutherford County
United States. Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands--Records and correspondence
Reconstruction (U.S. history, 1865-1877)--Tennessee--Rutherford County.
Nashville (Tenn.)
Murfreesboro (Tenn.)
Court records--Tennessee-Rutherford County
African Americans--Tennessee--Social conditions--19th century
African Americans--Tennessee
Coverage1860-1869, 1870-1879
Copyright statusPublic domain;
Collection nameStones River Battlefield Historic Landscape
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