Anders Family
David Asbel Anders with
Jim and Tina Smith Anders
Family

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Rufus and Florence Hall Owen Family in 1947
Rufus and Florence Hall Owen and children

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Transylvania County, NC 

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Transylvania County Civil War Soldiers  - List compiled by Jeffrey L. Anders

North Carolina 25th Infantry Regiment - compiled by Jeffrey L. Anders

North Carolina Civil War Regiments and Battles

Company K 62nd North Carolina Infantry CSA

Martha Hoxit's Widow's Pension Application - based on Jack Hoxit's Civil War Service. Submitted by Linda Hoxit Raxter.

Civil War Letters of Abram M. Glazener - Transcribed by Arward C. Williams

Thomas Legion: The 69th North Carolina Regiment - by Matthew Parker

Benjamin James Wilson Memoirs

Milan Nicholson Memoirs

Confederate Veterans Photo's

John C. Duckworth Request For Pardon

Compiled military service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served with the United States Colored Troops [microform]: 1st through 5th United States Colored Cavalry, 5th Massachusettts Cavalry (Colored), 6th United States Colored Cavalry

Confederate soldier Franklin L. D. Thomas interview

Civil War Rosters - North Carolina Links

The Civil War In North Carolina

National Park Service Civil War Website
Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System

North Carolina Secession Ordinance 1861
The request to dissolve the union between the State of North Carolina and the other States united with her.

North Carolina Troops, 1861-1865: A Roster Cumulative Index
This cumulative index ontains citations for soldiers and principals of substitutes listed in the rosters and for variety of entries, including all persons, places, regiments, and battalions mentioned in the regimental histories. Alternate spellings of some surnames are cross-referenced. Entries in this index contain the terms in volumes 1-18. As volumes are published, those entries will be added.

Birds Eye View of Confederate Prison Pen at Salisbury, NC in 1864