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Young, Samuel


Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Civil War Muster Rolls

Collection Number: A&M 2837
Overview Two ALS, Samuel Young, Senate Chamber, Wheeling, West Virginia, to Capt. John Sharp, October 1 and 6, 1863. Both letters discuss the importance of forming an official Pocahontas County militia immediately among Union refugees of that county to insure that Union officers will be elected; Vouncher for salary paid to Horace R. Sargent, 1st Regiment, Massachusetts Cavalry, November to December, 1861; Muster Rolls for Company 7, 9th Regiment, Kentucky Volunteers, 1862, and 19th Regiment,...
Dates: 1861-1865

Partridge and Critcherson, Photography Studio, Portraits of West Virginia Politicians

Collection Number: A&M 4354

Twenty portrait photographs of prominent nineteenth-century West Virginia politicians, many of whom played a part in the movement for statehood. See "Scope and Contents" for additional information, including a list of names.

Dates: ca. 1860-1880

Samuel Young Letters (photocopies)

Collection Number: A&M 2737

Photostatic copies of two letters from Samuel Young to John Sharp, written in 1863 at Wheeling, West Virginia, where Mr. Young was representing Pocahontas County in the West Virginia legislature. The letters deal mostly with the appointment of Sharp as Adjutant of the 127th Reg., West Virginia Militia (Pocahontas County), and with West Virginia senatorial elections.

Dates: 1863

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Civil War - Massachusetts Cavalry - 1st Regiment. 1
Civil War - Massachusetts Volunteers - 19th Regiment. 1
Civil War - Ohio Volunteer Infantry - 34th Regiment. 1
Civil War - West Virginia 127th Militia. 1
Civil War -- Kentucky Volunteers -- 9th Regiment -- Company 7 1