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Biography of Edmund Pendleton Gaines

Biography of Edmund Pendleton Gaines

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Published in [n. p .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gaines, Edmund Pendleton, 1777-1849. [from old catalog]

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE353.1.G14 B6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 p.
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13996536M
    LC Control Number10030607

    Orderly book, or memoranda of occurrences connected with the Campaign of Niagara Abstract: Beginning with the copy of a letter dated Williamsville, Ap , details of forces are given and an attack on Fort Erie urged, followed by all the correspondence between General Jacob Brown, Com. Chauncey, Gaines, Scott, etc., leading up to the. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Edmund Pendleton Gaines (2 Mar –6 Nov ), Find a Grave Memorial no. , citing Gaines Chapel Cemetery, Abbeville County, South Carolina, USA ; Maintained by Robert, David, Jr. and Patty Latimer (contributor ).

      Edmund Pendleton Gaines (son of Rev. Henry Gaines and Ann Martha George) was born in Culpepper County, VA, and died Novem in Abbeville District, married Susannah Broaddus on Decem in Orange County, VA, daughter of John Broaddus and Frances Pryor. Papers of Nathaniel Pendleton's son, Edmund H. Pendleton, consists of correspondence with his wife Fanny, letters from Henry Clay, a document signed by Edmund H. Pendleton manumitting Paul Ray, July 5, , born a slave to his father; and materials concerning the settlement of the estate inherited in part by Mary Jauncey de Varaigne of Paris.

    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.   Memoir of John Howe Peyton [Peyton, J. Lewis] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Memoir of John Howe Peyton.


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Edmund Pendleton Gaines (Ma – June 6, ) was a career United States Army officer who served for nearly fifty years, and attained the rank of major general by was one of the Army's senior commanders during its formative years in the early to mids, and was a veteran of the War ofSeminole Wars, Black Hawk War, and Mexican–American s/wars: War ofSeminole Wars, Black.

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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).

Biography of Edmund Pendleton Gaines: - Gaines was born in Culpeper County, Virginia on the 20th of March. - Edmund Pendleton Gaines joined the United States Army. "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.

Edmund Pendleton Gaines to James Monroe, June 2, Contributor Names Monroe, James (Correspondent) Gaines, Edmund Pendleton (Author) Book/Printed Material Oberlin Thursday lectures, addresses and essays. Also available in digital form.

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 Revolutionary War veteran.

The American political leader Edmund Pendleton () became a liberal among the Virginia gentry, of which he was a part. Edmund Pendleton was born into the Virginia colony's elite on Sept. 9, However, his father's early death and the subsequent loss of the family's property left Pendleton to shift for himself.

His upper-class origins. A lecture on national defence, by steam power, delivered by Major General Gaines, before the Saint Louis Mechanics' Institute, November 17th, ; and also, the address of Mrs.

Gaines, on the horrors of war, delivered on the same occasion by Edmund Pendleton Gaines (Book). Edmund P. Gaines: biography Ma – June 6, Edmund Pendleton Gaines (Ma – June 6, ) was a United States army officer who served with distinction during the War ofthe Seminole Wars and the Black Hawk War.

War of The War of brought Gaines back [ ]. Title William King to Edmund Pendleton Gaines, Ap Contributor Names Gaines, Edmund Pendleton (Correspondent). 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 the U.S. army. He surveyed (–4) Gaines Trace between Nashville and. James Edward Dinkins to Edmund Pendleton Gaines, June 1, Contributor Names Gaines, Edmund Pendleton (Correspondent) Dinkins, James Edward (Author) Book/Printed Material Miscellany - Folder 10 of 20 Date: ; Photo, Print, Drawing Photograph of the W.

Somerset Maugham Luncheon, Octo Manuscript/Mixed Material Archibald Clark to Edmund Pendleton Gaines, Febru Enlarge View 4 images in sequence. Download: Go. About this Item. Title Archibald Clark to Edmund Pendleton Gaines, Febru Contributor Names Gaines, Edmund Pendleton (Correspondent).

James Bankhead to Edmund Pendleton Gaines, March 9, Contributor Names Gaines, Edmund Pendleton (Correspondent) Bankhead, James (Author) Book/Printed Material Miscellany - Folder 10 of 20 Date: ; Photo, Print, Drawing Photograph of the W.

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Edmund Pendleton, A BiographyAuthor: David John Mays. Edmund Pendleton Gaines, Jr. Birthdate: circa Death: () Immediate Family: Son of Gen.

Edmund Pendleton Gaines and Barbara Grainger Gaines. Managed by: Private User Last Updated: December 3, 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.

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Open Library. Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now. Occupy Wall Street TV NSA Clip Library. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Edmund Pendleton Gaines (20 Mar –6 Jun ), Find a Grave Memorial no.citing Church Street Cemetery, Mobile, Mobile County, Alabama, USA ; Maintained by Find A Grave.EDMUND PENDLETON GAINES Edmund Pendleton Gaines () was a soldier in the U.S.

Army who served in the War ofthe Seminole Wars, and the Black Hawk War. Fort Gaines, located on Dauphin Island, is named in his honor.Notice should be taken of the justly famous Edmund Pendleton ().

Thomas Jefferson said of Edmund Pendleton "taken all in all, he was the ablest man in debate that I ever met with." Edmund Pendleton, Archibald Gaines' ancestral relation, took a leading role in Virginia prior to, during and subsequent to the American Revolution.