Links to Miscellaneous
IRON COUNTY GENEALOGICAL DATA


The Civil War was the deadliset war for Americans, of all in history. More Americans died in the Ciwil War than in all other wars we have fought combined. To make matters worse, the war tore families apart literally pitting brother against brother and neighbor against neighbor.

The war came to the Arcadia Valley in the fall of 1864 when the Confederate army was marching towar St. Louis and they decided to eliminate the Federal forces at Pilot Knob.

Most of this page will deal with THE BATTLE OF PILOT KNOB, but there ins other information here, too. General Civil War links will be listed first, followed by links for The Battle of Pilot Knob.

Lastly, you'll find links for info on Iron County individuals who were in the Civil War.




GENERAL CIVIL WAR LINKS

Find & Download state UNION military records
Missouri State Archives


Find CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS' RECORDS
Missouri Provost Marshal Searchable Database


Missouri's
Union Provost Marshal Papers
1861 - 1866


Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System
Nation Wide search engine

Civil War Letters of
JOHN C. HUGHES
(northern Iron Co.
and
Southern Washington Co)


Links to Images of the
1890 Special Enumeration, Union Veterans Census
Iron Co., MO


Iron Co
1890 Union Veterans census


1890 Special Enumeration, Union Veterans Census

Iron Co Genealogy Society's
Civil War Page


Roster of two different
Pilot Knob Home Guard Units
(Union)


Roster of the
33rd Reg. Infantry Volunteers,
Missouri


Roster of the
47th Reg., Infantry Volunteers,
Missouri


33rd Regiment Infantry Volunteers
contained many from Iron & surrounding counties


Missouri Confederate
Unit Roisters


Union Regiments From Missouri
Regimental Outlines / Histories







THE BATTLE OF PILOT KNOB

THE BATTLE OF PILOT KNOB
Wikipedia


The Battle of Pilot Knob
Fort Davidson State Historic Site
Web Site INDEX


A Brief History of
The Battle of Pilot Knob


Official report on
The Batttle of Pilot Knob
General Sterling Price, CSA


Official report on
The Batttle of Pilot Knob
General SJoseph Shelby, CSA


Official report on
The Batttle of Pilot Knob
General Thomas Ewing, Ju, USA


Historic Maps
THE BATTLE OF PILOT KNOB

Prices Battlefield Raid
Diagram of Ft. Davidson, 1864
Battlefield - September 26, 1864 - 1500 Hours
Battlefield - September 27, 1864 - 0600 Hours
Battlefield - September 27, 1864 - 0930 Hours
Battlefield - September 27, 1864 - 1400 Hours
Topographical Map of Fort Davidson area
Troop movement map
The Batttle of Pilot Knob


List of UNION SOLDIERS
in the Battle of Pilot Knob


AFRICAN AMERICAN SOLDIERS AT
The Battle of Pilot Knob


AFRICAN AMERICAN SOLDIERS POSSIBLY at
The Battle of Pilot Knob


Roster of Pilot Knob HOME GUARD

CIVILIANS at the Battle of Pilot Knob

List of UNION SOLDIERS
NOT in the Battle of Pilot Knob



Lists of CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS at the Battle of Pilot Knob
A-B, C-D, E-H, I-L, M-N, 0-Sh, Si-V, W-Z

Soldiers’ Deaths & Burials in the Arcadia Valley 1861-1865

The Civil War Diary of John Sebastian Winterbottom Colonel Richard Goodrich Woodson Papers
(Fort Davidson Collection)


General Thomas Ewing's Great Military Feat Fifty Years Ago
Transcribed by Walt Busch


TRANSCRIBED HISTORICAL NEWSPAPER ARTICES
about THE BATTLE OF PILOT KNOB

Cincinnati Daily Enquirer - Sept. 30, 1864

Daily Missouri Democrat Articles - Sept. 28, 1864

New York Herald - Oct. 15, 1864

New York Times - Sept. 30, 1864

New York Times - Oct. 10, 1864

New York Tribune - Oct. 26, 1864

Philadelphia Inquirer - Oct. 4, 1864

Philadelphia Inquirer - Sept. 29, 1864

The Forge, Ironton MO - Oct. 19, 1865
Images of the
Original Front Page


The Forge, Ironton, MO - Oct. 19, 1865
Transcript



The 68th Enrolled Missouri Militia , by Jack F. Mayes (c)2001 PHOTOS
Battle Re-Enactment Photos
1998
(43 frames, total)


Civil War Reenactment at Fort Davidson
September 22, 2001
by Theresa Crawford member Iron Co. Genealogy Society
(24 frames, total)


Qualified Voters in Iron Co. (1864-1868 With Loyalties Noted)

Transcripts of Military Telegrams Pertaing to Pilot Knob


IRON COUNTY INDIVIDUALS IN THE CIVIL WAR

Duncans in the Civil War

Marvin Duncan Pension Info

Rice A. Duncan Pension Info

Martin Friederich pension papers

DR. CHARLES ELLET LIPPINCOTT,
a Union Soldier at the Battle of Pilot Knob


Hatridge Civil War Documents

















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