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Charles Ducloux

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

C. A. Ogden Photograph Album (Gift of Louise Wyman)

 Collection
Identifier: PAS 0008
Scope and Contents C.A. Ogden photograph album. Includes pictures of: Albertine Bolli Lyons; Arthur Lyons; Ethel Lyons; Alice Ogden Wooley; James Ogden (1809-1894) and wife Catherine Robinson Ogden (1813-1870); William Ogden, Elise Porta Bolli (2); Adele Bolli Ogden; Samuel R. Ogden; John Thomas “Tom” Ogden; James Henry Ogden; Alice Sterchi?; Albert Chavannes family; Catherine R. Ogden; Alfred T. Ogden; Alfred Ogden and wife Katherine Trecartin Ogden; Alfred & Elise ‘Lizzie’ Buffat; Emmanual and Mary...
Dates: 1870 - 1890; 1938 - 1970

Charles Ducloux Scrapbook of the Civil War.

 Collection
Identifier: PAS 0056
Scope and Contents Charles Ducloux (1836-1917) scrapbook (United Confederate Veterans), newspaper clippings on the Civil War, dating from 1886-1895. Includes certificate of valor to Jessie Broyles (African-American), from the U. S. Army, for his service, Greeneville, Tenn. May 23, 1865. (glued to inside cover).
Dates: 1886-1895

Confederate Army. Muster Roll. Capt. R.C. McCalla, Company A, Third Regiment, of Engineer Troops, Confederate Army. May 1-June 3, 1864.

 Collection
Identifier: QMM.2010.001
Scope and Contents Muster Roll. Capt. R.C. McCalla, Company A, Third Regiment, of Engineer Troops, Confederate Army. May 1-June 3, 1864. Charles Ducloux of Knoxville was a member of the company. This unit served in the Sanders raid on Knoxville in 1863; Carter’s Depot, Bull’s Gap, and Strawberry Plains in 1864. The June 20, 1864 muster roll was completed at Zimmerman’s Bridge. 1 printed sheet with information filled in by hand. (45 x 58 cm)
Dates: 1864

Marcellus French 1865 dispatch.

 Collection
Identifier: MM.1981.177
Scope and Contents Copy of the account by Marcellus French, Late Captain, Co. F, 35th Battalion, Virginia Cavalry, re: dispatch #2 from [U.S.] Grant [Robert E.] Lee. 1865. 7 pp. Copied from the original paper by Charles Ducloux, Knoxville.
Dates: 1865