3/1/2015 - Check out my blog on Russell County history. The blog will cover things that don't fit on these pages. It will cover things like World War II in Russell County, interesting census facts, pre-war emigration letters, and more. Check the widget to the right of this page for recent posts.
5/28/2015 - Added obituary for Hiram S. Fickle to the Obituary page.
1/4/2015 - 4/21/2015 - Added obituaries or death notice for William Thomas Love, Robert Patrick Hanson, Eli Buckles, John Jackson Litton, William Dills, Joseph D. Alderson, Leonidas Blackwell, John T. Gray, Charles W. Alderson, Peter B. Henritze, Jesse B. Fuller, Lewis J. Walden, Samuel M. Webb, Augustus Aston Honaker, William G. Buckles, Henry Powell Meade, Francis Lark, Edward Dolan Kernan Cooper, Noah K. Rasnick, John Browning, Canaan Counts, Cornelius Ball, George W. J. Gray, Andrew F. Hurt, Robert B. Hendricks, William L. Jessee, T. C. M. Alderson, and David Kimberland to the Obituary page.
Added scans and transcriptions of all Gilmer letters that I have (approximately 90 letters) with help from Donna Akers Warmuth. Here for the author list and here for the letters in chronological order.
The Letters section has over 150 Civil War letters written to and from Civil War soldiers from Russell County. Families include Barrett, Blackwell, Combs, Cowan, Fletcher, Fuller, Gilmer, Kelly, Kendrick, Martin, McFarlane, Reynolds, Vermillion, and Whitt.
Four photos of Confederate veterans, taken in ca. 1905, ca. 1910, 1912 and 1920. Many of the veterans are unidentified. Can you help?
The Soldiers page has a list of every soldier who served from Russell County.
The Obituary Index is to many different papers. It has the entire text of the mention in the paper, plus a scan of the article.
Newspaper Articles contains mentions of Confederate veterans and their activities from 1862-1938.
to the Russell County, Virginia Civil War Website. Here you will find information on all aspects of Russell County and the soldiers who served during the Civil War. If you have any questions or comments just drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org I am always looking for more information and resources related to Russell County during the Civil War.
Recent Blog Posts
The work of McCausland's brigade. The Court House in Chambersburg, PA 1863.