Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Beckwith family papers
Beebe family papers
Bissell family collection
Christopher Brady certificate
A certificate about the Revolutionary War service of Christopher Brady, residing in Cheshire (Conn.). The certificate is written by William Munson, formerly a Captain in General Moses Hazen's Regiment. Brady's name may also be written Prady in the muster rolls.
Robert Campbell collection
Banks family records including Nehemiah Banks of Fairfield (Conn.); Elihalet Banks in the Conn. Militia, 4th Regiment, 5th Company of Greenfield Hill, a parish in Fairfield; and other brief genealogical notes.
Civil War soldier absentee voter registration list
Lists date when received, name of soldier voting, town where he claimed the right to vote, company letter, and regiment, battery, or battalion number.
Connecticut. Militia. Regiment, 35th
A list of officers in the 35th Regiment of Militia from Cornwall, Goshen, and Sharon, Connecticut. Undated probably early 1800s. On the reverse side is an unsigned and undated note asking for the discharge of Ensign Benjamin Hamlin of Sharon (Conn.) from the 4th company in the 35th Militia regiment. His Captain is Abraham Pratt.
Johnston's Brigade battle reports
Reports of ammunition expended and casualties in Johnston's Brigade, Early's Division, 2nd Corps (Confederate States of America army) in engagements occurring in July through September 1864. Also includes battle reports of the 12th and 23rd North Carolina Troops.
Dated from Litchfield, subscribers enlist as Private soldiers in a Regiment to be commanded by Col. Andrew Ward, Jr. under the command of Major General Lee for the term of eight weeks. The subscribers are convinced of the necessity of a body of forces to defeat the enemy. Added to the Beebe family papers.