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The genealogy and Civil War diary of James William Covington (1838-1909) : born in Zanesville, Ohio; died in Bardolph, Illinois : also the genealogy of his father, James B. Covington, born January 1791 in Delaware; died 1839 in Zanesville, Ohio

prepared by Virginia Page Covington
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Valley Center, California : V.P. Covington, 1987
[20], 116, 13, [4] leaves : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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Includes Carpenter, Collison, Hobbs, Morrow, Rawley, Stapleton and related families.

Civil War diary, 1861-1864, of James William Covington, who served with the 14th Infantry Regiment of Illinois Volunteers. Apparently he played a horn in the Regimental Band, but was also assigned regular guard duties, etc. James was born in Zanesville, Ohio, and moved with his folks to Exeter, Scott County, Illinois. After the war, he settled at Bardolph, Illinois, and married Sara Matilda Collison in 1875. During the Civil War, he served in Missouri, Mississippi, Tennessee and Alabama, spending quite a bit of time in Memphis, Vicksburg, Natchez, and Huntsville. Includes family group records of ancestors and descendants.

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