Letter, 24 March 1865, from an unknown Union soldier in Winchester, Virginia, to his sister Isabell McDaniel in Somerville, Maine. The author discusses his fondness for Winchester, the various military parades, and the different styles of General Sheridan and General Hancock. He also discusses his preaching of sermons and attending church services, temperance meetings, and the distribution of supplies to soldiers. McDougle, W. Letter, 25 January 1864. Accession 38863. Letter, 25 January 1864, from W.
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Roster of Company K, 42nd Virginia Infantry Regiment, consisting of soldiers from Franklin County, Virginia. Confederate States of America. Accession 28898. Muster roll, 15-30 June 1861, for Captain Thomas N. Coleman’s Company of Light Artillery from Amherst County, Virginia, known as the Amelia Minute Men. Roll contains name, rank, age, occupation, enlistment, muster, travel, money advanced, and remarks. The Amelia Minute Men became Company H, 44th Virginia Infantry. Confederate States of America.
1796-1871), John Pickens (b. 1820), M[argaret] A. Ewing (b. 1820), and Sar[a]h Pickens of Lewis County, West Virginia, concerning camp life, his wish that the war was over, family news, and the weather. There are two copies of this letter. Pickett, LaSalle Corbell. Letter, 23 December 1899. Accession 52442. Letter, 23 December 1899, from La Salle Corbell Pickett (1848-1931) in Washington D.
1864) was wounded in the fight. McGeorge, Thomas J. Military pass, 10 April 1865. Accession 20748. Military pass, 10 April 1865, issued to Thomas J. McGeorge (1844-1927), 55th Virginia Infantry regiment, after being paroled at Appomattox Court House. McGinnet, Charles Z. Letter, 16 January 1863. Accession 38770.
Photostat (negative) Photograph. Pass, 11 September 1861, from Confederate Secretary of War Leroy P. Walker (1817-1884) by J. Jones (1810-1866) to Isaac Cohen (1843-1918), allowing Cohen to travel to Nashville, Tennessee Coke, John Archer. Accession 22473. 1 leaf and 9 pages. Letters, 1863-1864, of John Archer Coke (1842-1920), consisting of a letter, 2 February 1863, from John B. Floyd (1806-1863), Major General commanding the Virginia State Line, to Governor John Letcher (1813-1884), complaining that the paymaster refuses to pay officers and urging prompt issue of commissions (this letter is located in the John Letcher Executive Papers); a letter, 10 June 1864 from Captain John Archer Coke of the enrolling office for the Confederate army in Richmond, Virginia, containing a list of men who are fit for light duty and can replace men who are fit for field service; a letter, 9 June 1864, from Coke to Captain William A.
1812-1882) of Mecklenburg County, Virginia, and noted paid 14 January 1865 by S. Farrar, sheriff of Mecklenburg County. Phillips, G. Accession 25650. Papers, 1861-1862, of G. Phillips consisting of a letter, 23 May 1861, to Ann?, from G. Phillips, Warrington, Florida, regarding troop movements; a transcript of letter; and an order drawing Cyrus G. Miner as a grand juror in Leyden, Massachusetts. Phillips, Oscar E.
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Lane, Edwin A. Letter, 19 May 1863. Accession 41185. Letter, 19 May 1863, from Edwin A. Lane (1845-1864), 40th Massachusetts Infantry at West Point, King William County, Virginia, to his aunt. Subjects include the movements of his unit, picket duty, skirmishing near Suffolk, a description of West Point, rations, and constructing breastworks. Lard, Almon. Pay voucher, 1864. Accession 41551. Pay voucher, 9 December 1864, to Anna Lard, wife of Almon Lard, Company I, 27th Massachusetts Regiment, who was a prisoner of war, for pay from March-August 1864.
McVicar traces his routes through the Shenandoah Valley and the Virginia mountains, as well as through Culpeper, Louisa, and Orange Counties, and Petersburg and Richmond, Virginia. Accounts, 1862-1865, include records of monies McVicar loaned to fellow soldiers and note the purchase of a horse. Papers also contain poems and songs relating to the war and to romance; a roster of Chew’s battery; a list of names of members of Chew’s battery who attended a reunion in 1890; sketches drawn by McVicar; recipes for soup; cures for various illnesses; and a list of McVicar family names. McVicar, Charles William. Accession 29971.
Military discharge, 15 January 1863. Accession 20751. Military discharge, 15 January 1863, of Oscar E. Phillips (1846-1926) of Richmond, Virginia, from the Army of the Confederate States of America, for being underage. Pickens, James Letter, 5 April 1863. Accession 43698. Letter, 5 April 1863, from James Pickens (b. 1840) of Company A, 10th West Virginia Infantry (U. ), at Winchester, Virginia, to Rachel Pickens (ca.
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Gaines family. Papers, 1766-1905. Accession 24417. 65 leaves and 28 pages. In part photostats (negative). Papers, 1766-1905, of the Gaines family of Charlotte County, Virginia, consisting of wills from King William and King and Queen Counties, Virginia; a deed from Hanover County, Virginia; announcement for medical lectures by Charles Bell Gibson; stock certificate for the Marysville Plank Road in Charlotte and Campbell Counties, Virginia; a deposition from Hanover County; correspondence of the Gaines family of Charlotte County and Richmond, Virginia, during the Civil War; correspondence from Joseph E.
Order, 2 November 1862. Accession 52956. Order, 2 November 1862, from assistant adjutant general Charles E. Marshall (1821-1868) of General Humphrey Marshall's (1812-1872) staff to Colonel Alfred Cleon Moore (1805-1890) ordering the 29th Virginia Infantry to be ready to move at a moment's notice and ordering all officers and men to be brought into camp. Confederate States of America. Virginia Infantry Regiment, 44th. Accession 45411.
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Martin, J. Letter, 2 July 1861. Accession 43347. Letter, 2 July 1861, from J. Martin, Petersburg, Virginia, to a friend named John, commenting on events in Petersburg in the early days of the Civil War. He mentions troops passing through Petersburg, including Hampton’s Legion, Petersburg’s vigilance committee, possible spies, and other news.
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Elizabeth Harrison Murphrey (d. 1788). Murphy, Richard Davis. Letter, August 1861. Accession 52767. Letter, August 1861, from Richard Davis Murphy (1835-1902), Company B, 1st Virginia Cavalry, at Fairfax Courthouse Virginia, to his sister Ellie S. Davis of Winchester, Virginia, concerning the absence of a bundle sent to him from home, the weather, and camp and family news. He also writes about skirmishing between Confederate and Union forces in Loudoun County, Virginia, and near Alexandria, Virginia. Murray family. Papers, 1861-1900.
Also includes a scrapbook containing articles on Smyth County history. Carpenter, Herbert E. Letter, 25 January 1863. Accession 38835. Letter, 25 January 1863, from Herbert E. Carpenter of Company H, 21st Connecticut Infantry, camped outside of Fredericksburg, Virginia, to his friend Martin commenting on shirkers from duty who are forced to wash, collect fire wood, or do other chores; also commenting on soldiers’ cleanliness and lice; mentioning other soldiers from home in the regiment; and detailing the Army of Potomac’s infamous “Mud March” after the battle of Fredericksburg which led to General Ambrose Burnside’s being relieved.
Jarboe. Letter, 10 June 1864. Accession 50666. Letter, 10 June 1864, from Hattie E. Jarboe Gettinger (1833-1885) in Richmond, Virginia, to her sister Maria Jarboe (1840-1911) of Frederick, Maryland, regarding the death of George Newkirk "Kirk" Hammond (1833-1864) of the 1st Virginia Cavalry and his burial at Hollywood Cemetery, and how it affected her husband (John) Howard Gettinger (1826-1903). She also provides news of other friends and acquaintances serving in the military or who are in the Richmond area. Letter is an example that mail was passed between enemy lines.
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