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One American Family

First Generation
Samuel / Mary Newton

Second Generation
Samuel / Ann Davis

Third Generation
William / C. Louisa Meadows

Fourth Generation
Samuel L. / Margaret J. Dillard

Fifth Generation
"Bettie" / George M. Sarrett

Pittard: One American Family


Robert Aycock

John Anderson, descendant of Thomas Waring, sheriff of Essex County VA

Sid Champion, V, tour of Champion Hill Battlefield (private property), Vicksburg, MS

Mamie Rhett Copeland; handwritten manuscript, unpublished; Laurens, S.C. Public Library, Genealogy Room, courtesy of Mary Adair Watts

Hoyt Larry Crow, Summer, GA,Vicksburg photographs

Rebecca Blackwell Drake, tours of Vicksburg, MS battlegrounds including Chickasaw Bayou, Snyder's Bluff, and the Big Black River Bridge.

Gary Ray Goodson, Sr. Shawnee, CO, photographs of Vicksburg, MS and Knoxville, TN historical marker

W. Michael Griggs, Bremerton, WA, "Driving/Walking Tour & Narrative of Barton's Brigade During 1863 Vicksburg Seige," (unpublished) 2002

Susan Mathews

Marleen Sarrett O'Brien, Snellville, GA, The History of the Carlisle and Sarrett Families of Georgia In Particular The Family of Clifford Connor Sarrett and Lucile Carlisle Sarrett and As Recorded in the Year 2000 by Their Daughter Marlene Sarrett O'Brien (unpublished), 2000

James Dillard "Bo" Pittard, Jr., Cassville, GA

Kent Scheib, Perry IA, 1862 United States General Land Office, "Bounty Land" Warrant No. 21.538 "in favor of" William Pittard

Bennie White, Mississippi census look-ups

1830 Census, Oglethorpe County GA

1850 Census, Cass (later Bartow) County GA

1850 Census, Oglethorpe County GA

1860 Census, Cass (later Bartow) County GA

1860 Slave Census, Cass (later Bartow) County GA

1919 Bartow County GA Widow's Pension Application for Samuel L. Pittard

300 Days In A Yankee Prison: Reminiscenses of War Life, Captivity, Imprisonment at Camp Chase Ohio, John "Jack" H. King, M.D. (and 2nd Sargent, 40th Georgia Infantry Regiment, Co. H), 1904, Reprinted by Crown Rights Book Company, 1999

Allatoona Pass: A Needless Effusion Of Blood, William R. Scaife, 1995, Etowah Valley Historical Society

The Army of Tennessee, Stanley F. Horn, 1941, The Bobbs-Merrill Company (1952 The University Of Oklahoma Press)

Autumn of Glory: The Army Of Tennessee 1862-1865, Thomas Lawrence Connelly, 1971, Louisana State University Press

Bartow County (GA) Genealogy Society

Bartow County Marriage Records -

Battle of Resaca: Atlanta Campaign, 1864, Philip L. Secrist, 1998, Mercer University Press

Battle Maps of the Civil War, Richard O’Shea, 1992, Council Oak Books

The Beleaguered City: The Vicksburg Campaign December 1862-July 1863, Shelby Foote, 1994, Random House

Cannoneers In Gray: The Field Artillery of the Army of Tennessee, 1861 - 1865, Larry J. Daniel, 1984, The University of Alabama Press

The Cartersville News, Cartersville, GA, Dec 17, 1908

Cass/Bartow County, Georgia Abstract of Will Book A, Will Book B, l 836 - 1922 (p. 230, 330 &331)

Cassville Cemetery, Bartow County GA

William Augustus Chunn, Lieutenant in the Georgia State Troops and later Commissary Sergeant, 40th Georgia Infantry Regiment, Co. I, Letters, Collection housed at Emory University's Special Collections Library Emory University, Atlanta

“Co. Aytch”: A Side Show of the Big Show, Sam R. Watkins, 1882, Collier Books, 1962, Macmillian Publishing Co. 1990, Simon & Schuster, Inc.

Colonel Return Jonathan Meigs Day Book Number 2, James L. Douthat, 1993, Institute of Historic Research, Signal Mountain, TN

The Confederate Housewife, John Hammond Moore, 1997, Summerhouse Press, Columbia, SC

Confederate Veteran, Vols. II, VI, IX, and XXII

Conversations with and photos and documents from the estate of Martha Crenshaw "Aunt Mattie" Sarrett

The Courant-American, Cartersville, GA, Thursday, Jan 8, 1891

The Civil War In Georgia: An Illustrated Travelers Guide, Richard J. Lenz & Robb Helfrick, 1995, Infinity Press

Decision In The West: The Atlanta Campaign of 1864, Albert Castel, 1992, University Press of Kansas

Distinction In Every Service: Brigadier General Marcellus A. Stovall, C.S.A., C.L. Bragg, 2002, White Mane Books

Echoes of Battle: The Struggle for Chattanooga, Baumgarter & Strayer, 1996, Blue Acorn Press, Huntington, WV

Etowah Valley Historical Society

Fresh Fish, E. Lynn Miller, 2003, McClain Printing Company, Parsons, WV

General Barton & Stovall Historical/Heritage Association

The General: The Great Locomotive Dispute, Joe F. Head, 1990, Bartow History Center

The General & The Texas: A Pictorial History Of The Andrews Raid, April 12, 1862, Stan Cohen & James G. Bogle, 1999, Pictorial Histories Publishing Co.

General Leonidas Polk C.S.A.: The Fighting Bishop, Joseph H. Parks, 1962, Louisana State University Press

Georgia Confederate 7,000, Gary Ray Goodson, Sr., 1995, Goodson Enterprises Inc.

Georgia Confederate 7,000, Part II: Letters and Diaries, Gary Ray Goodson, Sr., 1997, Goodson Enterprises Inc.

Georgia Confederate 7,000, Part III: The Narrative, Gary Ray Goodson, Sr., 2000, Goodson Enterprises Inc.

Georgia Voices: A Documentary History, Stencer B. King, Jr., 1966, University of Georgia Press.

God Gave Us This Country: Tekamthi and First American Civil War, Bil Gilbert, 1989, Doubleday

Gold Fever: America’s First Gold Rush, Ray C. Rensi and H. David Williams, Georgia Humanities Council, Georgia History and Culture Series, 1988

Governors Of Georgia, James F. Cook, 1979, The Strode Publishers, Inc., Huntsville, AL

Hard Tack And Coffee or The Unwritten Story of Army Life, John D. Billings, 1887, Reprinted Corner House Publishers Williamstown, MA, 1973

Hill of Death: The Battle of Champion Hill, H. Grady Howell, Jr., 1993, Chickasaw Bayou Press, Madison, MS

Heroines Of Dixie: Winter Of Desperation, Katharine M. Jones, 1975, Mockingbird Books, Inc.

Historical Sketches Of Barton’s (Later Stovall’s) Georgia Brigade, Army Of Tennessee, C.S.A., Private Joseph Bogle, Co. I, 40th Regiment, and Captain William L. Calhoun, Co. K. 42nd Regiment, 1900 & 1911 (1984 Confederate Publishing Company)

History Of The Moravian Missions Among Southern Indian Tribes Of The United States, The Rev. Edmund Schwarze, Ph.D., 1923, Times Publishing Company

A History Of Georgia, Kenneth Coleman, General Editor, 1977, University of Georgia Press

A History Of Old Cassville 1833 - 1864, Joseph B. Mahan, Jr., 1950, Masters Degree Thesis, University of Georgia (1994, Etowah Valley Historical Society)

A History Of The South: The Development of Southern Sectionalism 1819-1848, Charles S. Sndnor, 1948, Louisiana State University Press

Images of America: Bartow County Georgia, Michele Rodgers, 1996, The Bartow History Center

In And Out Of The Lines, Frances Thomas Howard, 1905, The Neale Publishing Company (1997 Etowah Valley Historical Society)

Joseph E. Johnston: A Civil War Biography, Craig L. Symonds, 1992, W.W. Norton & Co.

Kennesaw Mountain June 1864, Richard A. Baumgartner, 1998, Blue Acorn Press, Huntington, WV

Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park

Marching Through Georgia: The Story of Soldiers and Civilians During Sherman's Campaign, Lee Kennett, 1995, HarperCollins Publishers

Memoirs of General William T. Sherman by Himself, 1957 Indiana University Press

Military History of Mississippi 1803-1898, Dunbar & Howell

Mississippi Civil War Bulletin Board

Mr. Jefferson’s West Point: Great Moral Stories For Our Sons and Daughters, Norman Thomas Remick, 2001, Norman Thomas Remick

Murray County’s Indian Heritage, Whitfield-Murray Historial Society, 1987, Wolfe Publishing, Fernandiana Beach, FL

National Archives, Combined Service Records for Confederate military service of Thomas N. Pittard, Samuel L. Pittard, James R. Pittard, William Pittard, and Capt. William B. Turner, Smith-Turner's Battery, Mississippi Light Artillery

Oglethorpe Co., GA Deed Books H, 1812-1816, Michael Martin Farmer, 1999

Oglethorpe Co., GA Deed Books I, 1816-1818, Michael Martin Farmer, 1999

Oglethorpe Co., GA Deed Books J, 1818-1820, Michael Martin Farmer, 1999

One Of The Most Daring Of Men: The Life Of Confederate General William Tatum Wofford, Gerald J. Smith, 1997, Southern Heritage Press

The Pittard Family History Volume 1 (unpublished), compiled by Anne Clark Bowden , Escondido, CA, 1999

Polk’s Folly: An American Family History, William R. Polk, 2000, Doubleday

Problems In American History, Second Edition, 1957, Leopold & Link, Prentice-Hall

Roster of the Confederate States Soldiers of Georgia 1861 - 1865 (Vol. IV, page 415), Lillian Henderson, Director of Pensions and Records

Sherman: A Soldier’s Passion for Order, John F. Marszalek, 1993, The Free Press (Division of MacMillan, Inc.)

Sherman’s Battle for Atlanta, General Jacob D. Cox, 1864, Da Capo Press, Inc., 1994

Soldiering In The Army Of Tennessee: A Portrait of Life In A Confederate Army, Larry J. Daniel, 1991, The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill & London

A Soldier's Story Of The Siege Of Vicksburg, From The Diary of Osborn H. Oldroyd, (Late Sergeant Co. E, 20th Ohio and Editor of the "Lincoln Memorial Album", 1885, Reprint of Personal Diary Segment 2001 by Friends of Raymond, New Materials © Rebecca Blackwell Drake

Standing Upon The Mouth of a Volcano: New South Georgia, A Documentary History Edited by Mills Lane, Beehive Press, Savannah, 1993

The Story of Georgia, Walter G. Cooper, Vol. II, The American Historical Society, Inc., NY, 1938

Tennessee's Forgotten Warriors: Frank Cheatham and His Confederate Division, Christopher Losson, 1989, the University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville

This Is Your Georgia, Bernice McCullar, 1972, Viewpoint Publications, Inc., Montgomery, AL

Times That Prove People’s Principles: Civil War in Georgia, A Documentary History, Edited by Mills Lane, 1993, Beehive Press, Savannah .

To The Sea: A History and Tour Guide of Sherman’s March, Jim Miles, 1989, Rutledge Hill Press

A Treasury of Georgia Tales, Webb Garrison, 1987, Rutledge Hill Press

Tribes of the Southern Woodlands, Editors of Time-Life Books, 1994, Time Life Inc.

7he Tribune News, Cartersville, GA, Dec 21, 1922

True Tales Of The South At War: How Soldiers Fought and Families Lived, 1861-1865, Collected and Edited by Clarence Poe, 1961 The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, reprinted 1995, Dover Publications, Inc. Mineola, NY

Units of the Confederate States Army, Joseph H. Crute, Jr., 1987, Derwert Books, Midlothiean, VA

War In Kentucky: From Shiloh To Perryville, James Lee McDonough, 1994, The University of Tennessee Press

The War of the Rebellion: A Compliation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 128 Volumes

War On The Mississippi: Grant’s Vicksburg Campaign, Jerry Korn and the Editors of Time-Life Books, 1985, Time-Life Books, Inc.

A Wilderness Still The Cradle of Nature - Frontier Georgia: A Documentary History, Edited by Edward J. Cashin, 1994, Library of Georgia, Beehive Press, Savannah, GA

Woffords Crossroads Baptist Church Cemetery, Bartow County GA

Yankee Bullets, Rebel Rations: Caught Between Two Armies, Vicksburg Citizens Recall The Horrow of the 1863 Siege, Gordon A. Cotton,

"Old Cassville Cemetery" - Informally published list of burials and death years compiled by Cassville Heritage Association