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Re: Churchill Hollaway (Halloway)
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C Halloway
Residence was not listed;
Enlisted as a Private (date unknown).:
"G" Co. MO Webster H-Gd
Webster Co Home Gd MO Infantry

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- Index to Compiled Military Service Records


The Missouri Home Guard was unlike the Home Guard organization in any other state. It was controlled by the national government, as opposed to the state government, and existed only for a few months. Closely related to (and sometimes considered a part of) the United States Reserve Corps (USRC), the Home Guard was a major component of the Federal force that bore the brunt of the fighting in Missouri in the first months of the war.

Home Guard 1861

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