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James Benton McMahan, Co. B, 4th Texas Mounted Volunteers, Sibley's Army of New…

James Benton McMahan, Co B, Texas Mounted Volunteers, Sibley’s Army of New…

Oval Star Buckle - the “Star” seal was widely used by Texans during the war.

Oval Star Buckle Ascribed to Texas. The Oval Star Belt Buckle pictured here is…

Franklin J. Anderson died in the Civil War near New Madrid, MO. He was in Co. F, 12th Arkansas Infantry

Franklin J. Anderson died in the Civil War near New Madrid, MO. F, Arkansas Infantry - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

CDV of Major Thomas P. Ochiltree of Texas, a former Texas Ranger he served in the 1st Texas Infantry “Ochiltree served on the staffs of Henry Hopkins Sibley, Thomas Green, Richard Taylor, Samuel Bell...

CDV of Major Thomas P. Ochiltree of Texas, a former Texas Ranger he served in the Texas Infantry “Ochiltree served on the staffs of Henry Hopkins Sibley, Thomas Green, Richard Taylor, Samuel Bell.

24th Texas Cavalry, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Texas Division, Granbury's Texas Brigade, SCV Camp 1479, Conroe, TX, Confederate, CSA, texas, montgomery county, sons, veterans, Heritage, history, genealogy, Civil War, Battle Flag, War Between the States

Sons of Confederate Veterans, Guardians of Confederate History and Heritage

U.S. Army Red over White Guidon Paxton's 4th Virginia Cavalry. This is a rare Model 1833 Dragoon Guidon which was utilized as a Cavalry Guidon by troops of the New State West Virginia, admitted to the Union in 1863. This is the only known surviving Model 1833 guidon used by West Virginia troops.

While doing family history research I have learned that one of my Great Grandfathers served in Company B of the Virginia Cavalry.

Confederate Louisiana "Washington Artillery" Officer's Artillery Kepi. 6.5” wide x 9” long, high red wool crown, dark blue wool hatband, single line of gold trim, stamped brass crossed cannon insignia, stamped brass “W A” on front of hatband, patent leather visor and remnants of chinstrap secured by two 16mm eagle staff buttons.The brave men of the Washington Artillery fought gallantly in every battle during four years' service with Lee's Army of Northern Virginia.

The brave men of the Washington Artillery fought gallantly in every battle during four years' service with Lee's Army of Northern Virginia.

2nd Lt. John Poole Schermerhorn, Jr., in uniform of Wise Legion Cav., Texas Rangers Rosser's Mounted Rangers/Henrico Lt. Dragoons, White Sulphur Springs (W)VA or Kanawha Valley (W)VA Later 10th Virginia Cavalry (Co.'s K and I).

, in uniform of Wise Legion Cav. Dragoons, White Sulphur Springs (W)VA or Kanawha Valley (W)VA Later Virginia Cavalry (Co.

Maj. Gen. Evander M. Law (1836-1920); The Citadel, Class of 1856. He led the 4th Alabama Infantry and received a brigade in early 1862. He commanded the division on several occasions but quarreled about it with the senior though just arriving Micah Jenkins after Hood left. In the end it was given to Maj. Gen. Charles W. Field instead and he transferred to the cavalry corps where he led a brigade and finally a division. His promotion to Maj. Gen. in 1865 was too late to be confirmed by…

Evander McIver Law (August 1836 – October was an author, teacher, & a Confederate general in the American Civil War. Law was born in Darlington, South Carolina. He served under Hood at Gettysburg at Little Round Top.

unknown Texas Confederate

I believe this fellow to be a brother to the other TX Rebel image I have. They came together in a case with split seam. Found at a yard sale in Georgetown TX. 2012 Images were removed and placed in acid free sleeved archival holders.

The large oval South Carolina Waist Belt Buckle shown here is the rarest of the three SC ovals, rating an eight on the “Mullinax” rarity scale. This particular buckle is one of the most noted SC buckles extant. It is pictured on page 39, Volume XXII, No .2 of North South Trader’s Civil War Magazine. It is also pictured on page 37 of Relics of South Carolina and was once part of the renowned Topper collection. The word “Glendale” carved into the back of the buckle indicates that it...

The large oval South Carolina Waist Belt Buckle shown here is the rarest of…

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