6 edition of Edmund Pendleton Gaines found in the catalog.
Edmund Pendleton Gaines
James W. Silver
|LC Classifications||E353.1.G14 S52|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 291 p.|
|Number of Pages||291|
|LC Control Number||49048267|
When Colonel Dinsmore tried to run the northern boundary-line of the Mount Dexter cession, he was checked by the captain of the Tuskahoma Indian village, nor could he advance until Mr. Gaines and his brother, Captain Edmund Pendleton Gaines, visited and quieted the captain. Edmund Pendleton Gaines was born in Culpeper County, Virginia on Ma , the seventh of fourteen children born to James and Elizabeth (Strother) Gaines. He was named after his great-uncle Edmund Pendleton, who was a political leader of Virginia during the Revolution.
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A biography of Edmund Pendleton Gaines (), a prominent early nineteenth century military officer who served in the War ofthe Creek War, and the Seminole Wars, but whose major accomplishments related to the settlement and defense of the western frontier from the early s through the s/5(2).
General Edmund Pendleton Gaines () was an officer in the U.S. Army who worked to preserve the precarious peace among the competing factions in the American Southeast during the colonial era.
Edmund P. GainesEdmund Gaines was born to James and Elizabeth Strother Gaines in Culpeper County, Virginia, on Ma James was a distinguished. Edmund Pendleton Gaines was a U.S. Army officer who fought in the War of and the Black Hawk War, sent troops to Texas in to protect settlers from raids, and held the rank of major general in command of the Western Department of the U.S.
Army at the outbreak of the Mexican War. Papers contain a letter, a memorial, an engraving, an autograph, and U. congressional. Edmund Pendleton Gaines to James Monroe, June 2, Contributor Names Monroe, James (Correspondent) Gaines, Edmund Pendleton (Author) Created / Published June 2, Subject Headings Book/Printed Material.
Edmund P. Gaines. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. Edmund Pendleton Gaines (Ma –June 6, ) was a United States army officer who served with distinction during the War of Children: Edmund Pendleton Gaines, Jr.
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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Format: Paperback. Memorial of Edmund Pendleton Gaines: to the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, in Congress assembled by Edmund Pendleton Gaines () Letter to Edmund Pendleton Gaines book Secretary of War, or, Review of the controversy on a question of rank between Generals Scott and Gaines by Winfield Scott (Book).
Edmund Pendleton Gaines and frontier problems, Nashville, (OCoLC) Named Person: Edmund Pendleton Gaines; Edmund Pendleton Gaines: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James W Silver. Andrew Jackson to Edmund Pendleton Gaines, Ap Contributor Names Gaines, Edmund Pendleton (Correspondent) Jackson, Andrew (Author) Book/Printed Material Narrative and writings of Andrew Jackson, of Kentucky; Also available in digital form.
Gaines, Edmund Pendleton, Letter: to Chancellor James Kent / by Edmund Pendleton Gaines, Jan Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Edmund Pendleton Gaines (3 Oct –), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing Gaines Chapel Cemetery, Abbeville County, South Carolina, USA ; Maintained by LeeLee (contributor ).Burial: Gaines Chapel Cemetery, Abbeville. The first son of Edmund Pendleton Gaines() and wife, Susannah Broaddus is: John Broaddus Gaines born who married Nancy C.
Davis. He is my gr gr gr gr grandfather. Gaines, Edmund Pendleton, –, U.S. army officer, b. Culpeper co., Va.; brother of George Strother Gaines. He spent his boyhood in Tennessee and at the age of 22 joined th.
The Defense Plan of Edmund Pendleton Gaines by Christyjoy Skaw With book in hand, the young soldier sat on the edge of the platform. Jim knew he should have been reading it, as there would likely be a quizzing later.
His instructors were less than. Lucinda Gaines ca Married about toWilliam Saunders with Luetta Saunders Married 23 SeptemberBexar Co., TX, to Thomas Jasper Desmuke with: Carrie Leila Desmuke Edmund Pendleton Gaines By user Aug at I am looking for the burial place of Edmund Pendleton Gaines, famous General of the Seminole Wars of Florida, and whom Gainesville, Fla.
is named.I have no idea, but I know he was in New Orleans toward the later part of his life. The Abridged Compendium of American Genealogy, vol. VI (), ed. by Frederick A. Virkus, page Cornelius D'Aubigne immigrated to Virginia. Early Dabney family historians show his name as originally D'Aubney.
He was the official interpreter for Cockacoeske, Queen of the Pamunkey tribe, and reportedly married Burial: St. Peter's Episcopal Church. Edmund Pendleton Gaines was a distinguished General in the War of and was voted a sword by the Legislature of Tennessee for his victory over the British at Fort Erie, Canada, Aug ; he was also voted swords by the Legislatures of New York and Virginia and a Medal by the United States Congress.
Texas State Library and Archives. Brazos St. Austin, TX Mail: P.O. Box Austin, TX Tel: Fax: Email TSLAC. Edmund I (c–46), king of England (–46). Edmund succeeded his brother Athelstan in His prestige as a young warrior-prince who had fought victoriously by the side of his brother at Brunanburh (), and the evidence of his law codes, suggests potential greatness as a ruler, but at the age of only 24 or 25 he was murdered by a private enemy at Pucklechurch (Glos.) on 26.
Edmund Pendleton Gaines was made a Freemason in Phoenix Lodge early in his life. From he was stationed with United States troops near Averasboro in Cumberland County.
Business often led him to Fayetteville, and among the kind of hospitable spirits that guided over the lodge, he formed intimacies and friendships that but expired with their lives.
Edmund Pendleton, (born Sept. 9,Caroline County, Virginia—died Oct. 26,Caroline County, Va., U.S.), Virginia patriot during the American Revolution.
Pendleton’s father and grandfather died the year of his birth, and the young man grew up without paternal care. Apprenticed at the age of 14 to the clerk of the Caroline County court, Pendleton acquired a. BOOK REVIEWS Edmund Pendleton Gaines, Frontier General.
By James W. Silver. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, pp. XVIII, $ Media in category "Edmund P. Gaines" The following 9 files are in this category, out of 9 y of citizenship: United States of America. Edmund Pendleton Gaines (), a distant relative of John Wesley Gaines, was the son of James Gaines (), a captain in the Revolutionary War, who established himself as an able officer at the Battle of Guilford Court House.
Edmund Pendleton Gaines is the subject of James W. Silver’s book, Edmund Pendleton Gaines, Frontier. Edmund Pendleton Gaines is the subjectof James W. Silver’s book, Edmund Pendleton Gaines, Frontier General.
Gaines becamean officer in the army in and later participated in the arrest of Aaron Burr. During the Warofhe obtained the rank of general and established his reputation at the Battle of Fort Eriein August Edmund Pendleton Gaines and Frontier Problems, I/ By JAMES W.
SILVER When the completed story of the westward moving frontier has been written, the achievements of the regular army as a peacetime institution and the contributions of many individuals who are now buried in comparative obscurity will undoubtedly assume more important.
GAINES, Edmund P. GAINES, George S. GAINES, Young "Edmund Pendleton Gaines was a distinguished General in the War of and was voted a sword by the Legislature of Tennessee for his victory over the British at Fort Erie, Canada, Aug ; he was also voted swords by the Legislatures of New York and Virginia and a Medal by the United.
Another identification has been suggested: John B. Pendleton (), the lithographer of Boston and Philadelphia.
It is also possible that it is of Edmund Pendleton Gaines (), a military man, who married his third wife, a New York socialite, in This road became known as the Gaines Trace in recognition of the role played by George S.
Gaines’s brother, Edmund Pendleton Gaines, who had surveyed its route in and Related concerns motivated George Gaines to use another route that, like the Gaines Trace, connected the Tennessee River with the Tombigbee. The Gaines Papers include letters of John Wesley Gaines, a Nashville attorney, to John Trotwood Moore of the Tennessee State Library and Archives, and letters and documents of Edmund Pendleton Gaines, a distinguished Major General in the U.S.
Army during the first half of the nineteenth century. Gaines, Francis Pendleton III lawyer and judge, died in Phoenix on January 5, Pendleton is survived by his wife, Dana Campbell Saylor; three children- Elizabeth Chilton Gaines of Anaheim. Edmund P.
Gaines. General Edmund Pendleton Gaines. Family History Book History Books Pax Britannica Scotland History Black Bob Mary Queen Of Scots Major General Scottish Clans Napoleonic Wars. Regency Personalities Series In my attempts to provide us with the details of the Regency, today I continue with one of the many period notables.
Notes === Pendleton, Edmund ["Edmundsbury"] 19 May /13 December of Edmundsbury county of Caroline the legal title and estate in a tract of land on west and reedy Creek, a branch of Holstein River the patent for which was granted in Virginia and confirmed by the Legislature of North Carolina, to my friend and relative Colonel John Taylor.
In the fall ofCol. Daniel Newnan led an expedition into North Central Florida to attack the Seminoles, James G. Cusick writes in his book, “The Other War of ”. Edmund Pendleton Gaines (), United States army officer, eponym of Fort Gaines, Alabama and the CSS Gaines; Ernest James Gaines (b.
), award-winning American novelist and short story writer; Steven Earl Gaines (), American musician most well-known as a guitarist and songwriter for southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd. Includes copies of letters and orders of Edmund Pendleton Gaines, James Gadsden, Robert P.
Smith, and Charles M. Thruston. Papers: In the Robert Anderson Papers, ca. 5 linear feet. Correspondents include Duncan L.
Clinch. About Gainesville Gainesville was founded in and named for Edmund Pendleton Gaines, a U.S. Army officer who served in the War of and as a commander during the Seminole and Mexican-American Wars. Gaines' surname also provided the inspiration for the naming of the cities of Gainesville in Georgia and Texas as well as Gainesboro, Tenn/ Reedy Creek Settlement and the Pendleton Patent by W.
Dale Carter, copyrightKingsport, TN In Thomas Walker and others as a group explored the western waters as far west as the mouth of Reedy Creek in Sullivan County Tennessee to view desirable locations of land that could be claimed under the authority granted to James Patton for settlement of land on the waters of.
Edmund Pendleton Gaines — John Jenkins’ book ‘The Generals of the Last War with Great Britain’ is a mid th-century account of the important American generals from the War of In addition to biographical information, this book focuses on their military commands, interactions with each other, and the effects of their decisions.
E.P.G" EDMUND PENDLETON GAINES () was a United States army officer who served with distinction during the War ofthe Seminole Wars and a visionary who proposed in the early 's a whole national system of military railroads.EDMUND PENDELTON GAINES: () was a United States army officer who served with distinction during the War ofthe Seminole Wars and a visionary who proposed in the early 's a whole national system of military commanded the Western Military Department during the Black Hawk War.
He was still in command of the department during the .