2 edition of history of the Cincinnati Society of Ex-Army and Navy Officers found in the catalog.
history of the Cincinnati Society of Ex-Army and Navy Officers
A. H. Mattox
|Statement||written by A.H. Mattox.|
|LC Classifications||F499.C5 M4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||214 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||03008089|
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A history of the Cincinnati Society of Ex-Army and Navy Officers: History of the First Regiment of Infantry, Ohio National Guard: The Black Brigade of Cincinnati. Early life. Nicholson was born in in Chestertown, was born into the prestigious Nicholson family of Maryland, a son of Joseph Nicholson (–) and Hannah (née Smyth) Nicholson (–).Among his siblings were younger brothers Samuel and John Nicholson, who were also officers in the Continental Navy during the Revolutionary War He was also uncle to William.
A history of the Cincinnati Society of Ex-Army and Navy Officers; A history of the Eleventh New Hampshire Regiment, Volunteer Infantry in the Rebellion War, ; A history of the Fifth Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, in the American Civil War, in two parts. A paper read before the Society of ex-army and navy officers of Cincinnati, Febru (Cincinnati, P. G. Thomson, ) (page images at HathiTrust) Cox, Jacob D. (Jacob Dolson), The second battle of Bull Run, as connected with the Fitz-John Porter Case. A paper read before the Society of ex-army and navy officers of.
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A History Of The Cincinnati Society Of Ex-army And Navy Officers: With The Name, Army Record, And Rank Of The MembersAuthor: Absolom H. Mattox. A history of the Cincinnati Society of Ex-Army and Navy Officers: with the name, army record, and rank of the members, alphabetically arranged.
Cincinnati: P.G. Thomson, Get this from a library. A history of the Cincinnati Society of Ex-Army and Navy Officers: with the name, army record, and rank of the members, alphabetically arranged.
[A H Mattox]. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Anderson, Charles, Paper read before the Cincinnati Society of Ex-Army and Navy Officers, January 3d, A paper read before the Cincinnati Society of Ex-Army and Navy Officers, January 3d, / by Charles : Charles Anderson.
The book "Original Members and Other Officers Eligible to the Society of the Cincinnati" is a hard backed book of over pages. Like the original work, it is stamped on the cover with the eagle insignia of the society in gold leaf.
The book lists each officer who served in the American Revolution. America's oldest hereditary and patriotic organization, the Society of the Cincinnati today consists of approximately 3, descendants of American Continental Army or French army and navy officers.
Membership passes by descent and is usually limited to one living member for each Revolutionary War officer. The library of the General Society of the Cincinnati collects, preserves, and makes available for research printed and manuscript materials relating to the military and naval history of the eighteenth century and early nineteenth century, with a particular concentration on the people and events of the American Revolution and the War of The Daughters of the Cincinnati is an historical, hereditary lineage organization founded in by women whose ancestors were officers in George Washington’s army and navy during the Revolutionary War.
The organization's activities are designed to expand and perpetuate the knowledge of the founding of the nation. In addition, the Daughters of the Cincinnati honor the contributions of their officer.
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Founded inthe Naval Historical Foundation is a registered (c)(3) that seeks to preserve, commemorate, and educate the history of the United States Navy and its sister sea services.
Hereditary members of the Society of the Cincinnati are qualified male descendants of commissioned officers who served in the Continental Army or Navy and their French counterparts. Each member has been admitted to one of the fourteen constituent societies established in The order of the Cincinnati in France: ("lórdre de Cincinnatus"): its organization and history, with the military or naval records of the French members who became such by reason of qualifying service in the army or navy of France or of the United States in the War of Revolution for American Independence.
A paper read before the society of ex-army and navy officers of Cincinnati, Febru " Cincinnati: P. Thomson, Sherman's battle for Atlanta. The Society of the Cincinnati is the nation's oldest patriotic organization, founded in by veteran officers of the Revolutionary War.
Today, it is a nonprofit historical and educational organization that promotes an appreciation for the achievement of American independence through library, museum, and educational programs and other efforts.
A paper read before the Society of ex-army and navy officers of Cincinnati, Febru [Jacob D Cox] -- In December,General Fitz-John Porter was tried by court-martial for his conduct during the Second Battle of Bull Run.
Get this from a library. The second battle of Bull Run, as connected with the Fitz-John Porter case. A paper read before the society of ex-army and navy officers of Cincinnati. Robert Clarke & Co. Cincinnati Van Horn was Chaplain of the 13th O.V.I. Response to the Toast "Heroism in War," at the Fifth Annual Banquet of the Cincinnati Society of Ex-Army and Navy Officers, at the Burnet House, Jan.
8, Frank J. Jones. 13th OVI. 11 pgs. Published by request of the Officers of the Society. Cincinnati. Ohio. The State Society will regulate everything respecting itself and the Societies of its districts, consistent with the general maxims of the Cincinnati, judge of the qualifications of the members who may be proposed, and expel any member who, by a conduct inconsistent with a Gentleman and man of honor, or by an opposition to the interests of the.
A history of the Cincinnati Society of Ex-Army and Navy Officers A history of the Eleventh New Hampshire Regiment, Volunteer Infantry in the Rebellion War, A history of the Fifth Regiment New Hampshire Volunteers, in the American Civil War, in two parts.
Navy Musicians Association; Navy Mutual Aid Association; Navy Supply Corps Foundation; Non Commissioned Officers Association; Paralyzed Veterans of America; Pearl Harbor Survivors Association (dissolved ) Polish Legion of American Veterans; Society of American Military Engineers; Society of the Cincinnati (organized by American Continental.Internet Archive BookReader The second battle of Bull Run, as connected with the Fitz-John Porter case.
A paper read before the Society of ex-army and navy officers of Cincinnati, Febru Kentucky unionists of Address of William Cassius Goodloe read before the Society of ex-army and navy officers in Cincinnati, Ohio. Ap (Cincinnati, P.G. Thomson, ), by William Cassius Goodloe (page images at HathiTrust) Report of the state agent for Kentucky at Washington, made to the governor, January 1,