Genealogy Projects tagged with Decatur on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Battle of Decatur, Alabama (October, 1864), US Civil War

    The Battle of Decatur was a demonstration conducted from October 26 to October 29, 1864, as part of the Franklin-Nashville Campaign of the American Civil War . Union forces of 3–5,000 men under Brig. Gen. Robert S. Granger prevented the 39,000 men of the Confederate Army of Tennessee under Gen. John B. Hood from crossing the Tennessee River at Decatur, Alabama .

  • Mt. Tabor Cemetery, Decatur, Indiana

    This project is for those buried in Mount Tabor Cemetery, Decatur, Adams County, Indiana. Find a Grave IN Gen Web Billion Graves

  • Millikin University

    Wikipedia =Millikin University is an American co-educational, comprehensive, private, four-year university with traditional undergraduate programs in arts and sciences, business, fine arts, and professional studies, as well as non-traditional, adult degree-completion programs (PACE) and graduate programs in business administration and nursing. Millikin's campus is in Decatur, Illinois and serve...

  • Anderson Cemetery, Decatur, Georgia

    Anderson Cemetery is functionally an abandoned cemetery in unincorporated Decatur, Dekalb County, Georgia. Over the past several decades, the cemetery has become engulfed in dense vegetation. A community effort is currently underway to clean and restore this resting place to dignity, and to determine or establish valid property ownership. Find a Grave Decatur History

  • Decatur Cemetery, Decatur, Indiana

    Decatur Cemetery of Washington Township, Adams County, Indiana, also known as Maplewood Cemetery and Greenwood Cemetery , is a public cemetery in southwest Decatur. Entrances are from Industrial Park and Monroe St.; the north edge of the cemetery is along US224. The cemetery can be found by the following legal description: S4 T27N R14E. Find a Grave IN GenWeb