to save their country, and a united people will forever cherish the precious legacy of their noble manhood.
another such is on a monument erected by the State of New Jersey, and the survivors of the Twenty-third New Jersey volunteers at Salem Church, Virginia.
On one side is an appropriate inscription to their own dead; on the,913310424,0202,584
t several years abroad, returning to live in New Jersey, of which State he became governor in 1877.
War broke out, he served first as colonel in New Mexico, held that territory for the Union, and prevd Mexican wars, and was military governor of New Mexico from 1851 to 1853.
As brigadier-general, hear, he was at one time treasurer of the State of New Jersey, and died in New York city, November 29
John B. Slough, of Colorado— engaged in New Mexico.
Patrick E. Connor,
After the war he was appointed Governor of New Mexico, and from 1881 to 1885 was United States min Seminole and Mexican wars, and in Texas and New Mexico.
He had reached the rank of captain when thL. Thompson, Colonel of the 1st Cavalry.
Joseph W. Revere, originally Colonert in the
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Christopher Carson (Kit Carson), of New Mexico, famous Rocky Mountain Scout.
John M. Thayer, of Nebraska, an impo
Ivan N. Walker,Indiana,1895
T. S. Clarkson,Nebraska,1896
John P. S. Gobin,Pennsylvania,1897
James A. Sexton,Illinois,1898
W. C. Johnson,Ohio,1899
Albert D. Shaw,New York,1899
Thomas J. Stewart,Pennsylvania,1902
John C. Black,Illinois,1903
Wilmon W. Blackmar,Massachusetts,1904
John R. King,Maryland,1904
James Tanner,Dist. of Columbia,1905
Robert B. Brown,Ohio,1906
Charles G. Burton,Missouri,1907
Henry M. Nevius,New Jersey,1908
Samuel R. Van Sant,Minnesota,1909
John E. Gilman,Massachusetts,1910
Hiram M. Trimble,Illinois,1911
The United Confederate Veterans S. A. Cunningham, late Sergeant-Major, Confederate States Army, and Founder and Editor of The Confederate veteran
The organization known as the United Confederate Veterans was formed in New Orleans, June 10, 1889.
The inception of the idea for a large and united association is credited to Colonel J. F. Shipp, a gallant Confederate, commander