Delaware


Liberty and Independence
At the onset of the Civil War, Delaware remained in the Union. While most residents who fought in the war served in the regiments of the state, some served in companies on the Confederate side in Maryland and Virginia regiments. Delaware is notable for being the only southern state from which no Confederate regiments or militia groups were assembled.

Pvt. John Roberts Allrich

By SCV Camp 1708, Scottsdale AZ

Allrich, John Roberts; Pvt., Co “E”, 9th Virginia Cavalry. Other Info: Age 27 (1870); born about 1843 in Delaware. Enlisted and discharged as a private.

Reference: St. George’s Hundred, New Castle, Delaware, 1870, Roll #M593-120, pg 736, Image 694; St. George’s Hundred, New Castle, Delaware, 1860, Roll #M653_96, pg 857, Image 161.