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Revolutionary War:

7GF: JOHN JAMES: Revolutionary War Pension Application?

6GF: James Bagen Fulton. Born: 21 JAN 1765 in Bordentown, NJ. Died: 26 APR 1848.

James B. Fulton moved to York County, South Carolina in 1787. He served in the Revolutionary War as a private and was drafted twice, the second time he was present at the Battle of Yorktown. He filed an extensive pension application, which is interesting in that he apparently tore out the pages from his family Bible and sent them in with his application. According to James' testimony when he applied for a pension, he copied his own entries out of his father's Bible in his own hand. Pages from The Family Bible of James & Anastasia Fulton are preserved on microfilm at the National Archives. Click on the page images for close-up images of each page. Transcriptions appear to the right.

Civil War:

4GF: Sharod (SHARUD Y.) Caldwell. Born: 17 JUL 1820 in Chester, Chester Co., SC. Died: 21 MAY 1884 at Hot Springs, AR, age 63. Buried: Caldwell Cemetery, Garland Co., Mountain Pine, AR 71956.

Sharod Caldwell enlisted in 2nd Ark. Infantry Company D, U.S.A. on Sept. 10 1863 at Dardanelle. Private. He listed his place of birth as Chester, SC. and his age as 43. Mustered out August 8, 1865. His sons, Shelton and Daniel, enlisted in the same regiment. Source: Arkansas Damned Yankees An Index to Union Soldiers in Arkansas Regiments By Desmond Walls Allen. PDF from Cindi Barnes.

4GF: Enoch Daniel. Born: abt. 1814 in NC. Died: 23 JUN 1878 in Robbs, Pontotoc Co., MS. Buried: Robbs Cemetery, Pontotoc Co., MS.

His footstone reads: Company F, 4th MISS MINUTE MEN, C.S.A. NOTE: The Minute Men were organized in 1862 by order of Maj.-Gen. H. C. Tupper, Commander of State Troops; enlistments were for 6 months and these companies were not mustered into Confederate Service. There were 5 regiments and 4 battalions. The 1st, 3rd and 4th Regiments were disbanded. Some men from the 4th could have enlisted in the 5th MS Infantry but according to "MS Military History" the 4th Minute Men were not re-organized into the 5th. There is an excellent chance Enoch served his enrollment and went back home. The MS Archives and History may have records on the 4th Minute Men. Since Enoch has a Confederate Marker, there is proof somewhere that he served. There is only one Daniel listed as serving in the 5th. This was E. B. Daniel; 4th Cpl; Co. C, 5th MS Infantry. Unfortunately, E. B. did not survive the War.

3GF: William Galen Gabbert. Born 15 MAR 1842. Died: 13 AUG 1910, age 68. Buried: Aly Cemetery, Aly, Yell Co., AR.

GABBERT, W. G.: Co. B, 1st East Tennessee Cavalry Regiment (Carter's), C.S.A.. Not in 1860 HC. He was detailed in govt. tanning business in Oct. 64. Source: http://www.chattanoogan.com/articles/article_70954.asp http://www.researchonline.net/tncw/index/index135.htm

3GF: James H. Kendrick. Born: 12 AUG 1844 in Hot Springs, AR. Died: 11 OCT 1932. Buried in Santa Rosa, TX.

Civil War Pension Application: James H. Kendrick: Dixie, OK, 1915-4-12. Kendrick, James H. Pvt. Third MO Cavalry, Co. H, U.S.A.; also served in Co. A; Trransferred to Co. C, then to Co A, 11th Cav., 6/17/1865. Deserted at Little Rock, AR on 6/27/1865. Enlisted: Little Rock, AR; 26 SEP 1863; Capt Enlisting: Avery; Muster Date: 19 OCT 1863, Little Rock, AR.
Civil War Record: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~moscotla/ThirdMOCavalry/ThirdMOCavalrybyNameG-L.pdf

Sources and Links:

Cemeteries: Aly Cemetery; Bluffton Cemetery; Killian, Aly; Mt. Zion Cemetery -- Briggsville; New Bethel Cemetery; All Yell County Cemeteries

Garland County, Arkansas Links:Cemeteries: Caldwell Cemetery; Little Fir Cemetery;

Yell County Information and Voter Registration List, Yell County, Arkansas 1868-1873

County Maps scale: 1:62500 Yell County, A200-75; Garland County; Montgomery County; Perry County
County Section Maps: Yell County; Garland County; Montgomery County; Perry County.

State maps showing counties: AR; IL; MS; NC; TN.

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