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                   Marylanders in the Confederate Army-American Civil War

 


Entries Source Book –Marylanders in the Confederacy by Daniel Hartzler
      Higgins (& obvious variations) 
      Editors note: After each entry there will be reference numbers, 
                         there will be corresponding notes at end of the list.

Last/First Name Rank Regt/Unit Notes
Residence Reference #

Higgins Eugene, Private,21st Virginia Infantry,
           Company B, Baltimore 1,2,69,316,631,735,1540
Higgins Henry A., Private, Davis’ Maryland Cavalry
           Company A, Little Orleans, Allegheny County       
            - 1,19,65,95,148,735,1538

Source for info is compiled service records as noted in "First and Second Maryland Cavalry C.S.A." by Robert J. Driver.

Henry A Higgins : Pvt Company A. Davis' Battalion, Born
Virginia circa 1837,Residence of Little Orleans in
Alleghany County Maryland. Enlisted Company "G" 7th
Virginia Cavalry February 10th 1862.Transferred to
Company "A" Davis's Battalion April 29th 1864.
Wounded in action (side) Wilderness Virginia May 5th
1864.Captured Winchester September 19th 1864,sent to 
Point Lookout, released June 14th 1865.
Height 5 foot 10 inches, Light complexion, black hair,
hazel eyes. Age 33.
Listed on 1870 Maryland census for Cumberland County.
Residence shown as Little Orleans postwar also.
Added 24 April 2002 


Higgins, James F., Landsman ,C. S., Navy, C. S. S. Virginia ,
            Baltimore, 1
Higgins, James L., Private, Stuarts Horse Artillery,
            Breathed’s Battery, Maryland, 1,498,1575
Higgins, James R., Private, Davis’ Maryland Cavalry, Company A, 
            Little Orleans, Allegheny County,1,3,65,95,148,735

Source for info is compiled service records as noted
in "First and Second Maryland Cavalry C.S.A." by Robert J. Driver.
James R. Higgins: Private Company "A" Davis' Battalion
Born 1838 ,Residence of Alleghany County Maryland.
Enlisted Company "G" 7th Virginia Cavalry February
16th 1862.Transferred to Company "A" Davis' Battalion
April 29th 1864.Captured Winchester September 19th
1864.Sent to Point Lookout ,Released June 14th 1865.
Height 5 Foot 10 3/4 inches, fair complexion, dark hair,
hazel eyes.
Residence of Little Orleans and Cumberland After the
war. Died 1880 and buried St. Patrick's Cemetery, Allegheny County Maryland.  Added 24 April 2002


Higgins, John P., Private,21st Virginia Infantry Company A, 
             Maryland 1,2,19,735,1523
Higgins, Owen F.,Private,12th Virginia Cavalry, 
             Company D, Baltimore, 1, 786
Higgins, William George, Private,1st Maryland Light Artillery,
             Millersville Anne Arundel County. 
             1,2,19,21,34,70,700,1523,1539

Added 24 April 2002
Higgins, T. E. :Private Company "B" Davis's Battalion
Paroled Staunton Virginia May 23rd 1865.Age 18,5 Foot
5 inches ,light complexion, dark hair, gray eyes.

References noted above-------------- 

 1. National Archives, Military Records, Washington D.C.
 2. “The Maryland Line in the Confederate Army” 
     by W.W. Goldsborough, Published in Baltimore by
     Guggenheimer,Weil and Company,1900
 3.  “A History of the Laurel Brigade” 
     by William N. McDonald, Published by Sun Job Printing Office,1907
19. “ Maryland Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines Who served in the
       confederate States of America
”, 
       Compiled by Harry Wright Newman ,Unpublished, 
       from the private collection of the compiler (deceased)
21, “Society of the C.S.A. Army and Navy of Maryland".     
       Pamphlet/Souvenir, 
       Maryland Line Confederate Soldiers Home ,1894
34. “ A Memoir” by Richard Snowden Andrews, 
       Published in Baltimore by the Sun Job Printing Office, 1910
65. “History of Western Maryland-Volume 2” by Thomas J. Scarff,
       Published in Philadelphia by Everts,1882
69.  “Georgetown University Alumni Men From Maryland
        in the Confederate Forces

        Collection of Georgetown University Library, Washington D.C.
70.   Certificate of eligibility 
       showing descendency from a confederate soldier
95.  “History of Cumberland” by William H. Loudermilk,
       Published in Baltimore by Regional Publishing Company in 1971
148. “ History of Allegheny County Maryland-Two Volumes “ 
         by James W. Thomas 
316.  “Blue and Gray-Georgetown University and the Civil War”     
         Published by Georgetown University Alumni in 1961
498.  “ Recollection of Major James Breathed- A Maryland Confederate
          Published in the Southern  Historical Society Papers 
          - Volume 30,1902
631.  “Biographical Cyclopedia of Representative Men of Maryland
         Published in Baltimore 
         by National Biographical Publishing Company,1879
700.  “Roster of the Society of the Army and Navy of the Confederate
         States in the State of Maryland
” 
         Held by the Maryland Historical Society ,Baltimore Maryland
735.  “ Confederate Record Book-Marylanders Who Were in the
          Confederate Services Outside of Maryland Commands
” 
          Held by Maryland Historical Society, Baltimore Maryland
786.   “Listing of Residents of the Maryland Line 
         Confederate Soldiers Home

         Held by the Maryland Historical Society ,Baltimore Maryland
1523.  “Maryland and the Confederacy” by Harry Wright Newman   
           Published in Annapolis Maryland by the Author in 1976
1538.  “1862-1864-U.S. Enrollment Records-Allegheny County"
           Held by the Hall of Records in Annapolis Maryland—
           (Note: List of civilians “gone south” or 'serving in the C.S.A.')
1539.  “1862-1864-U.S. Enrollment Records-Anne Arundel County"
           Held by the Hall of Records in Annapolis Maryland
           (Note: List of civilians “gone south” or 'serving in the C.S.A.')
1540.  “1862-1864-U.S. Enrollment Records-Baltimore",
           Held by the Hall of Records in Annapolis Maryland
           (Note: List of civilians “gone south” or “serving in the C.S.A.”)
1575.  “A Listing of Members of Harry Gilmor United Confederate
           Veterans Camp Number 673 of Towson Maryland


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[Prisoners at Point Lookout taking the oath of allegiance] [Albumen print]
CREATED/PUBLISHED June 30, 1865
REPOSITORY New-York Historical Society
DIGITAL ID    nhnycw/ae ae00007




                   

Lyrics to Maryland, My Maryland 

Remember, this is still the State's official song.
(Read the words carefully to see how much the Maryland People, 
 a good amount at least, actually felt about the Union )

"Maryland, My Maryland"
by James Ryder Randall 


I

The despot's heel is on thy shore, Maryland!
His torch is at thy temple door, Maryland!
Avenge the patriotic gore
That flecked the streets of Baltimore,
And be the battle queen of yore, Maryland! 
My Maryland!
 
II

Hark to an exiled son's appeal, Maryland!
My mother State! to thee I kneel, Maryland!
For life or death, for woe or weal,
Thy peerless chivalry reveal, 
And gird they beauteous limbs with steel, Maryland! 
My Maryland!
 
III

Thou wilt not cower in the dust, Maryland!
Thy beaming sword shall never rust, Maryland!
Remember Carroll's sacred trust,
Remember Howard's warlike thrust,-
And all thy slumberers with the just, Maryland! 
My Maryland!
 
IV

Come! 'tis the red dawn of the day, Maryland!
Come with thy panoplied array, Maryland!
With Ringgold's spirit for the fray,
With Watson's blood at Monterey,
With fearless Lowe and dashing May, Maryland! 
My Maryland! 

V

Come! for thy shield is bright and strong, Maryland!
Come! for thy dalliance does thee wrong, Maryland!
Come to thine own anointed throng,
Stalking with Liberty along,
And sing thy dauntless slogan song, Maryland! 
My Maryland! 

VI


Dear Mother! burst the tyrant's chain, Maryland!
Virginia should not call in vain, Maryland!
She meets her sisters on the plain-
Sic semper! 'tis the proud refrain
That baffles minions back amain, Maryland! 
Arise in majesty again, Maryland! My Maryland! 

VII


I see the blush upon thy cheek, Maryland!
For thou wast ever bravely meek, Maryland!
But lo! there surges forth a shriek,
From hill to fill, from creek to creek,
Potomac calls to Chesapeake, Maryland! My Maryland! 

VIII


Thou wilt not yield the Vandal toll, Maryland!
Thou wilt not crook to his control, Maryland!
Better the fire upon thee roll, 
Better the shot, the blade, the bowl,
Than crucifixion of the Soul, Maryland! My Maryland! 

IX 

I hear the distant thunder-hum, Maryland!
The Old Line bugle, fife, and drum, Maryland!
She is not dead, nor deaf, nor dumb-
Huzza! She spurns the Northern scum!
She breathes! She burns! She'll come! She'll come!
Maryland! My Maryland!


  
This information compiled by Michael James Higgins
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