14th KY Cavalry Archive

Military Documents

14th KY Cavalry Commissions

14th KY Cavalry Company Reports [Co. E - M]

Col. Lilly's Discharge Request for the 14th KY Cavalry

Service Records

Sgt. Alfred Amis, Co. I

Lt. John Horton Amis, Co. I

Lt. John Amis' Mustering Report

Captain Fountain Finnell, Co. A, Death Report

Pvt. Green Holiday, Co. L, Hospital & Death Records

Colonel H. C. Lilly's Discharge Certificate

Pvt. James Lynch, Co. C, Memorandum

Adjutant John H. Massie's Resignation

Pvt. William J. Mays, Co. C, Memorandum

Pvt. Elisha Stewart, Co. E, Death Report

Pvt. Miles M. Ward, Co. C, Service Record


Marker Setting for Alfred and John H. Amis, 1995
By Lewis G. Baker, Kentucky Explorer

Why John Burns Was A Dandy
By Leon Morris, Morris Fork, Kentucky

This Old House, by Etta J. Eversole
The Hazard Herald , Monday, Jan. 9, 1961

Abner Eversole Interview
Lexington Leader , Oct. 1, 1940

William B. Eversole Interview
John J. Dickey Diary, Jan. 15, 1898


D. C. Frowman (Plaintiff) Vs. H. C. Lilly, (Defendant)
Estill Circuit Court, July 7, 1863

1909 Picture of the Three Creeks War Monument in Lowell, Indiana, listing the name of William Lilly, 14th KY Cavalry, Co. A

1864 Map of Eastern KY