Manuscript Collection

John S. Walton Reminiscence - Accession 281 - M120 (153)

Title

John S. Walton Reminiscence - Accession 281 - M120 (153)

Authors

John S. Walton

Files

Identifier

Accession 281 - M120 (153)

Inclusive Dates

1910

Restrictions

Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections

Collection Size

4 pieces

Language

English

Historical Note

John S. Walton (1841-1924) was born in London, England and sailed to America landed in Louisville, KY on July 20, 1860. On September 23, 1861 he enlisted in the 15th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry and served in the Union army for three years and four months. He was mustered out of serve on January 14, 1865.

Scope and Content Note

The John S. Walton Reminiscence describes his experiences as a Union soldier in the Civil War, describing campaigns in Kentucky and Tennessee. Also included is some genealogy material relating to the Walton family. John S. Walton (1841-1924) was born in London, England and sailed to America landed in Louisville, KY on July 20, 1860. On September 23, 1861 he enlisted in the 15th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry and served in the Union army for three years and four months. He was mustered out of serve on January 14, 1865.

Additional Notes

Materials are all photocopies.

Provenance

The John S. Walton Reminiscence was a gift given to the Archives by Patricia Lee Bear .

Copyright

For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.

John S. Walton Reminiscence - Accession 281 - M120 (153)

Share

COinS