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Margaret Custer Calhoun.

United States. Congress. House

Margaret Custer Calhoun.

by United States. Congress. House

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesIncrease of pension for Margaret Custer Calhoun
    SeriesH.rp.422
    ContributionsUnited States. Congress. House. Committee on Pensions
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination2 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16044361M

    Margaret Custer married into the 7th Cavalry and was widowed at twenty-four when her husband, James Calhoun, was among the dead at the Little Bighorn. The Other Custers traces the upbringing of the family and follows Nevin and Margaret as they carried the Custer name beyond Little Bighorn. Besides Custer National Park inside the Little Big Horn National Park, there are numerous counties and cities throughout the United States named “Custer” in his honor. He has been the subject of countless songs, books including the ones written by his wife, paintings including the ones mass-distributed by Anheuser-Busch brewing company, and.

    Correspondence principally relating to Elizabeth Bacon Custer including letters received by General George Armstrong Custer and correspondence of such Custer family and friends, chiefly of Monroe, Mich., as Mrs. Custer's father, Judge Daniel S. Bacon, her sister-in-law, Margaret (Custer) Calhoun, and Isaac P. Christiancy; and subject files containing Hopedale, Ohio teacher's class book of. Albumen cabinet card by E.E. Henry, Leavenworth, KS, showing Lt. James Calhoun (at left) and his wife Margaret Custer, sister of Gen. George Armstrong Custer, with Lt. Henry Moore Harrington and his wife Grace Berard. Both officers were killed at the Battle of Little Bighorn. James Calhoun () was born into a wealthy Cincinnati family but enlisted in the Union Army in against the.

    Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Other Custers: Tom, Boston, Nevin, and Maggie in the Shadow of George Armstrong Custer at sing: Margaret Custer Calhoun.   We have also found documentation that Margaret “Custer” Calhoun had her husbands (James Calhoun) watch returned to her some year’s earlier. (James died with General Custer) A month later in Oct. of , the Monroe Democrat printed the story of the break-in at Libbies and identifies the watch that General Custer’s sister Margaret lost.


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Margaret Custer married into the 7th Cavalry and was widowed at twenty-four when her husband, James Calhoun, was among the dead at the Little Bighorn. The Other Custers traces the upbringing of the family and follows Nevin and Margaret as they carried the Custer name beyond Little Bighorn.

The book also uncovers much more detail about the ancestors and descendants of the /5(15). Margaret Custer Calhoun: Manuscript Lament as the 7th Departed from Fort Abraham Lincoln.

After her husband, Lt. James Calhoun, led the 7th Cavalry's Company "L" west from Ft. Lincoln, never to return, "Maggie" was apparently in a romantic and perhaps fearful frame of mind. MARGARE_T CUSTER CALHOUN. J Ordered to be printed. { REPORT No. GALLINGER, from the Committee on Pensions, submitted the following REPORT.

[To accompany S. ] The Committee on Pensions, to whom was referred the bill (S. ) to increase the pension of Margaret Custer Calboun, have examined the same, and report.

R-P of M. Calhoun. 29 June. SR Margaret Custer Calhoun. book,v2, 2p. [] or HR, v2, 2p. [] Sioux expedition of ; battle at the Little Big Horn River. After General Custer died, his sister Margaret Calhoun, acquainted herself with Monahsetah.

This was brought about due to the fact that Monahsetah was the mother of her beloved Autie's only child, Yellow Hair, whose name was later changed to Josiah Custer.

Margaret and Monahsetah continued their friendship through out their lives/5(3). In Libbie's first book, "Boots and Saddles or Life in Dakota with General Custer", she writes of the rumors that arrived at the post within hours of the battle, probably brought person by person over the miles by the Crow and Arikara scouts.

- From the 's. Margaret Custer Calhoun on the left and Libbie on the right. Maggie was Custer's sister. Her husband was also killed at the LBH.

She and Libbie were great friends and support to each other and obviously both crazy about fashion. formerly Mrs. Margaret Custer Calhoun whose husband perished with the general.

She also leaves one grandchild, Miss Emma Calhoun, of this city. Mrs. Reed was, in reality, the half sister of the general, her maiden name being Lydia Ann Kirkpatrick. But the affection for him and his brother and sister was so. Margaret “Maggie” Emma Custer (widow of 1st Lieutenant James Calhoun, Company L), married John H.

Maugham, in Pennsylvania in She died age 58 in March in Detroit, Michigan, and is buried in Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Michigan with several other members of the Custer family including her brother Boston and nephew Harry Armstrong. View the profiles of people named Margaret Custer.

Join Facebook to connect with Margaret Custer and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power. Margaret Custer married into the 7th Cavalry and was widowed at twenty-four when her husband, James Calhoun, was among the dead at the Little Bighorn.

The Other Custers traces the upbringing of the family and follows Nevin and Margaret as they carried the Custer name beyond Little Bighorn. The book also uncovers much more detail about the ancestors and descendants of the Custer siblings than is to be.

James Calhoun (Aug – J ) was a soldier in the United States Army during the American Civil War and the Black Hills was the brother-in-law of George Armstrong Custer and was killed along with Custer in the Battle of the Little brother-in-law Myles Moylan survived the battle as part of the forces with Major Marcus Reno and Captain Frederick Benteen.

The "Custer Clan": A Rare Large Format Image of an Outing near Fort Lincoln. James Calhoun, Leonard Swett, Capt. Stephen Baker, 2nd Lt. Winfield Edgerly, Miss Emily Watson, Capt. Myles Keogh, Margaret Custer Calhoun, Libbie Custer, Dr. Holmes Paulding, George Armstrong Custer, Mrs.

Nettie Smith, Dr. George R. Lord, Capt. Thomas. Genealogy for Margaret Emma Calhoun (Custer) ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

People Projects Discussions Surnames. Margaret Custer married into the 7th Cavalry and was widowed at twenty-four when her husband, James Calhoun, was among the dead at the Little Bighorn. The Other Custers traces the upbringing of the family and follows Nevin and Margaret as they carried the Custer name beyond Little Bighorn.

The book also uncovers much more detail about the Reviews: Margaret Custer married into the 7th Cavalry and was widowed at twenty-four when her husband, James Calhoun, was among the dead at the Little Bighorn. The Other Custers traces the upbringing of the family and follows Nevin and Margaret as they carried the Custer name beyond Little Bighorn.

The book also uncovers much more detail about the. Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Margaret Emma “Maggie” Custer Calhoun Maugham (5 Jan –Mar ), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing Woodland Cemetery, Monroe, Monroe County, Michigan, USA ; Maintained by R (contributor ).

Calhoun, Margaret Custer, b. Sources. found: NUCMC data from Monroe County Historical Commission Archives for Dr. Lawrence A. Frost collection of Custeriana, (Margaret Custer Calhoun) found: Frost, L.A.

General Custer's Libbie, c Margaret Emma Calhoun (born Custer) was born on month dayat birth place, to Emanuel Henry Custer. Emanuel was born on December 10in Cresaptown, Allegany County, Maryland, USA. Margaret had 15 siblings: George Armstrong Custer, nevin custer and 13 other siblings.

Margaret Custer Calhoun (sister of GAC; wife of James Calhoun). Find this Pin and more on George Armstrong Custer by Lynda George Perrell.

Margaret Custer Calhoun, widow of Lieutenant Calhoun and sister of the late General Custer, succeeded Harriet Tenney as state librarian, serving in the position for only two years.

Although Calhoun never had the influence of a Harriet Tenney, she actually had several significant accomplishments.She was visiting Custer and her sister-in-law, Libby Bacon Custer.

Maggie Custer did what no Sioux warrior had been able to accomplish. She aimed Cupid’s Dart directly at Jimmi’s heart and forever captured it.

James Calhoun and Margaret Custer were married in   Margaret Custer married into the 7th Cavalry and was widowed at twenty-four when her husband, James Calhoun, was among the dead at the Little Bighorn.

The Other Custers traces the upbringing of the family and follows Nevin and Margaret as they carried the Custer .