"My name is Arline I.McCray and I am looking for the "Surnames MCCRAY,Wright.periodal Valley Leaves Huntsville,Al 1991 Vol-lss,and Title Of Article William Wright-Christopher McCray Bible,If any McCray's that live in Huntsville,Ala,and…"
"Hello Kate, thanks for the information
I do not know alot about Sgt William Walker. I do know that he was not from Hilton Head, South Carolina, this is where he enlisted into the USCT. He was married to a woman named Rebecca she was approximately…"
I am looking for relatives of Sgt William Walker. He was the Sgt of the 3rd Regiment South Carolina Volunteer Company A. Sgt Walker and his men stacked their arms in their Colonels tent in November 1863 and refused to serve for $7 dollars a month when they were promised $13 a month. Sgt Walker was excuted for munity in February 1864, he was 23 years old. Prior to joining the Army Sgt Walker was a pilot for a USS gunboat.
"Can you locate the list of slaves from the Belle Rive plantation in Georgetown, South Carolina? The slaveholders name was John Harelston Read and in 1860 he was on the listed as one out of 16 of the largest slaveholders in America. He had over 500…"
That is phenomenal. I often wonder what would I be able to learn about my 4th Grandfather, James Wingfield, had he lived well beyond emancipation. Unfortunately, he was lynched in 1885 in Wilkes Co. GA.
Those records are a blessing. Glad I could contribute!:-)