What follows is a list of Civil War related military records from the manuscript holdings in the Department of Special Collections, University Libraries of Notre Dame. Linked record groups may be accessed online, as images and textual transcriptions.
EDWARD BLOODGOOD BATTLE REPORT. 1864. 1 item (6 pp.).
A report in clerical hand signed by Lt. Colonel Edward Bloodgood as
commanding officer of the 22nd Wisconsin Infantry, recounting the
regiment's operations from 16 May to 6 July 1864. The report is
dated 10 July 1864, and is addressed to brigade headquarters (2nd
Brigade, 3rd Division, 20th Army Corps). The regiment was at the
time attached to George Thomas's Army of the Cumberland, moving on
Atlanta. The report tracks the 22nd from Resaca, Georgia (about 75
miles from Atlanta) to the Chattahoochie River (about ten miles
distant). This copy is marked "Orig;" an endorsement indicates that
it was received and forwarded by brigade headquarters. MSN/CW
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C, 4TH TEXAS CAVALRY ORDERLY BOOK. 1863-1865. 1 vol., 30 cm.,
48 leaves, with 27 pages of war-date entries in several hands.
An orderly book kept by officers of Co. C, 4th Texas Cavalry (CSA),
during the regiment's Civil War service in the Trans-Mississippi.
Formed in Victoria County, Texas, in the summer of 1861, the
regimentalso called the 4th Texas Mounted
Volunteersparticipated in Sibley's New Mexico campaign (1862)
and thereafter served mostly in Louisiana and Texas. Though the
actual entries in the book probably do not predate 1863, the
contents pertain to the regiment's full history of service, to May
1865. These contents include: lists of men killed, wounded,
transferred, and discharged, as well as non-battle casualties and a
list of deserters (these lists were probably entered into the book
from another source in August 1863, and were not updated with any
frequency); a list of arms and accoutrements issued, from 29 June
1863 to the end of the war; a list of arms held by company members
on 28 October 1864; lists of clothing issued, on specific dates
(1864-65); a list of horses killed (mostly at the battle of Val
Verde, New Mexico) and their values; records relating to a company
relief fund (1863-64); and manuscript copies of four General Orders,
together with two printed General Orders, tipped in. Though only one
of these entries bears a signaturethat of Lt. Ludwig von
Roederthe book is more obviously associated with Charles C.
Linn of Victoria (b. 1837/8), captain of Co. C in 1864-65. Linn's
name appears several times on the endpapers, and it was apparently
he who retained the volume after the war. Sixteen pages of the book
were filled with writing exercises around 1870, probably by Charles
Linn's younger brother, William. Acquisition funded by Robert and
Beverly O'Grady, 2006. MSN/CW 2011-1-B.
MEIGS, MASSACHUSETTS, LOGBOOK. 1863-65. 1 vol., 23 cm. 136
leaves, titled in manuscript "Countersigns and Paroles of Camp
Meigs." The volume contains dated daily entries from 14 November
1863 to 11 May 1865, each recording the countersign and parole
passwords in effect for that day at the Union army's Camp Meigs in
Readville, Massachusetts. MSN/CW 2004-1-B.
DEITRICK / 7TH PENNSYLVANIA RESERVE RECORDS. 1861-1872 (bulk
1863-1864). 98 manuscripts, most partly printed; 8 circulars and
other printed items. This group consists largely of military
records retained by Lieutenant John Deitrick from his service in
Company B of the 7th Pennsylvania Reserve Infantry (1861-64) and
from his post-war service in the National Guard of Pennsylvania.
Deitrick (1842-?) was a blacksmith from Liverpool, Perry County,
Pennsylvania. Seventy-five of the records relate to Company B of the
7th PRVI, which fought with the Army of the Potomac in the major
campaigns of 1862 before spending much of 1863-64 in camp near
Alexandria, Virginia. The greater number of the PRVI records date
from March 1863 to April 1864, when 1st Lieutenant Deitrick was
ranking officer with the company. Records include: a company
muster-in roll (July 1861); five company muster rolls (July-August
1862 to September-October 1863); twenty monthly returns (August 1861
to March 1864); monthly returns of clothing and other
Quartermaster's Department records; quarterly returns of ordnance
and other Ordnance Department records. An additional group of 30
items dates from Deitrick's service as captain of the "Ellsworth
Zouaves" in the 15th Division of the National Guard of Pennsylvania
(c1869-72). MSN/CW 2006-1 to MSN/CW 2006-52; MSN/CW 2006-53-F1 to
MSN/CW 2006-61-F1; MSN/CW 2006-62-F2 to MSN/CW 2006-64-F2; MSN/CW
2006-65-F3 to MSN/CW 2006-71-F3.
S. MITCHELL / 27TH BATTALION VIRGINIA CAVALRY RECORDS. 1864.
3 documents. A group of records relating to the activities of
1st Lt. John S. Mitchell, as commanding officer of a detachment of
the 27th Battalion Virginia Cavalry, assigned to guard disabled
horses in Carroll County, Virginia. Two of the documents, copies in
Mitchell's hand, record obligations of the Confederate government,
left unpaid "for lack of funds". The first of these, dated 21 June
1864, acknowledges a debt of $5.25 to Wilkerson and Hail for 50 lbs.
of flour; the second, dated 27 June, acknowledges a debt of $160.00
to John Wilkerson, for pasture for 160 horses. The third document (4
July 1864) is a letter of complaint filed by H. W. Gunter, a Carroll
County farmer, asserting that Lt. Mitchell allowed his horses to
forage on Gunter's property, destroying a crop of hay. Acquisition
funded by Robert and Beverly O'Grady, 2004. MSN/CW 2010-1 to
DEPARTMENT OF NORFOLK MORNING REPORTS. 1862. 8
items, 1 partly printed. A group of eight tabular morning
reports, pertaining to elements of the 1st Brigade, 1st Division of
the Confederate Department of Norfolk. The reports range in date
from 22 April to 15 May 1862. One of the reports, covering 8 to 10
May, is for the entire brigade, then commanded by Lieutenant Colonel
Fletcher H. Archer. Other reports are for: the eight infantry
companies of Major John P. Wilson's regiment (15 May); the five
infantry companies of Archer's Battalion (11-12 May); Captain J. W.
M. Hopkins' company of Wilson's regiment (two reports, 22-23 April
and 6-7 May); Captain James J. Phillips' company of the 9th Virginia
Infantry (two reports, 4-5 and 11-12 May); and Captain Charles R.
McAlpine's company of the 41st Virginia Infantry (12 May). The
tables record the units' strength for the days indicated. Totals are
entered, rank by rank, for soldiers who are present (whether "for
duty", "sick", "in arrest", etc.) or absent ("with leave", "without
leave", "on special service", etc.). MSN/CW 2007-1-F2 to MSN/CW
ULYSSES S. GRANT ORDER. 1863. 1 item (1 p.).
An autograph document signed of Major General Ulysses S. Grant, as
commander of the Department and Army of the Tennessee. The order was
issued at Vicksburg on 25 July 1863, to the chief quartermaster of
the department, Lieutenant Colonel Judson D. Bingham. It regards the
reassignment of river craft to move General Nathan Kimball's
Provisional Division from the environs of Vicksburg to Helena,
Arkansas. On the reverse are notes on the disposition of the craft
by Bingham's superintendent of river transportation. MSN/CW
HAMPTON DISPATCH. 1865. 1 item, partly printed. A
recipient's copy, on a Southern Express Company form, of a
telegraphic dispatch sent by Confederate Lt. Gen. Wade Hampton to
Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard on 26 February 1865. The dispatch, sent from
Fort Mills, South Carolina during the Carolinas campaign, describes
cavalry skirmishing in the vicinity of Lancaster, South Carolina,
and supposed Union intentions. Hampton then commanded all the
cavalry opposing Sherman in the Carolinas. The day before the
dispatch was sent, Beauregard had been superseded by Joseph Johnston
as commander in this theater; Beauregard was now "second in
command." Acquisition funded by Robert and Beverly O'Grady, 2005.
DANIEL RUGGLES REPORT. 1862. 1 item (3 pp.). A report
in clerical hand with the proxy signature of Brigadier General
Daniel Ruggles (1810-1897), commander of District One of the
Confederate army's Department of Mississippi and East Louisiana. The
report is dated 22 October 1862, and was written from district
headquarters in Jackson, Mississippi to General Samuel Cooper,
adjutant and inspector general of the Confederate army. It concerns
the regulation of trade along the Gulf coast, with particular
attention to the exportation of cotton. MSN/CW
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CAVALRY CORPS RECORDS. 1863-65. 10 documents, 5 partly
printed. A group of miscellaneous records relating to elements of
Maj. Gen. Joseph Wheeler's Cavalry Corps of the Confederate Army of
Tennessee. Most notable is an inspection report for William W. Allen's
and William Y. C. Humes' divisions, filled out by the inspecting
officer, Maj. Henry Bryan, from 27 October to 7 November 1864. The
report is marked "Partial;" seven pages of the twelve-page circular have
been completed, and three pages have been appended (identifying more
than 125 absent officers). Also included in the group are three tabular
morning reports: one for Charles C. Crews' brigade of William W. Allen's
division, for 28 January 1865; one for Robert H. Anderson's brigade of
Allen's division, for 24 March 1865, and one for James Hagan's brigade
of Allen's division, also for 24 March 1865. Other documents include: a
leave of absence granted Maj. John T. Wright, 8th Confederate Cavalry
(28 June 1863); a Special Order No. 97, from Corps headquarters,
regarding the collection and storage of corn and the procurement of
ordnance and ordnance stores (13 November 1863); a Special Orders No.
327, transferring Pvt. John Daniels out of the 53rd Alabama Cavalry (21
December 1863); an authorization from Corps headquarters allowing Brig.
Gen. John H. Kelly to grant dismounted troops 5 day furloughs to seek
new horses (9 February 1864); a report regarding the number of horses
and mules foraged in William Y. C. Humes' brigade (9 March 1864); an
ordnance invoice from George G. Dibrell's brigade (10 June 1864); and a
list of dismounted men being transferred from the 4th Georgia Cavalry to
the 4th Georgia Infantry (13 February 1865). Acquisition funded by
Robert and Beverly O'Grady, 2004-05. MSN/CW 2008-1 to MSN/CW 2008-5;
MSN/CW 2008-6-F1; MSN/CW 2008-7 to MSN/CW 2008-8; MSN/CW 2008-9-F2;
MSN/CW 2008-10 to MSN/CW 2008-11
STONEWALL JACKSON ORDER. 1863. 1 document. A
field copy of an order originally written by Lt. Gen. Thomas J.
"Stonewall" Jackson's assistant adjutant general, Maj. A. S.
Pendleton, regarding the browsing and grazing of supply and
artillery horses. MSN/CW 2027-1.
FITZHUGH LEE CIRCULAR. 1864. 1 document (2
pp.) A manuscript circular dated 3 May 1864, directed to the
brigade commanders of Maj. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee's Division of the
Cavalry Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia, specifying protocol
for a military review to be conducted by Robert E. Lee the following
day (4 May). The circular was issued from division headquarters, and
was written and signed by Lt. Charles Minnigerode, Jr. (1845-1888),
of Fitz Lee's staff. This copy bears the endorsement of Brig. Gen.
L. L. Lomax, a brigade commander under Lee, who forwarded it with
additional instructions to Col. Henry Clay Pate, commanding the 5th
Virginia Cavalry. The review was never held, as in the early morning
of 4 May Grant began crossing the Rapidan, initiating the Overland
campaign. Acquisition funded by Robert and Beverly O'Grady, 2007.
QUIN DOCUMENTS. 1863. 1 letter and 4 documents.
Clerical copies of a group of four documents forwarded to Secretary
of the Navy Gideon Welles by Secretary of State William H. Seward,
together with a cover letter (13 August 1863) signed by Seward,
relating to the forcible recruiting into the U. S. Navy of a
19-year-old Irish immigrant named Michael Quin. The documents
include: a letter from the British ambassador, Lord Lyons, to
Seward; a letter from the British consul in New York, Edward M.
Archibald, to Lyons, giving an opinion on the case; and an
eight-page affidavit of Quin's, witnessed by Archibald. Quin
describes meeting a recruiting "runner" in Manhattan, who promised
him passage to California but took him instead to a naval receiving
ship, where he was "shanghaied." He was ultimately put on a train to
Cairo, Illinois, to join the Navy's Mississippi Flotilla. He escaped
from the train, returned to New York, and told his tale to the
British consul. In his letter to Seward, Lyons requests reparations
from the U.S. government. Seward refers the matter to Welles.
MSN/CW 2013-1 to MSN/CW 2013-5. [
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2nd KENTUCKY CAVALRY (CS) MUSTER ROLL, 31 DECEMBER 1862-30 APRIL
1863. 1863. 1 document, partly printed. A muster and pay
roll, completed on a partly-printed Confederate States form and covering
the first four months of 1863, for Capt. James M. Sale's Co. E, 2nd
Kentucky Cavalry. The roll provides each soldier's name; his grade;
when, where, and by whom enlisted, and for how long; and soldiers
present and absent, with remarks for those absent. The document also
includes a pay roll for 31 December 1862 (when last paid) to 30 April
1863. There are a total of 130 names listed. The roll was completed on 1
May 1863, at Irish Bottom, Kentucky, by 1st Lt. William H. Parks, and
includes a "record of events" (January to April 1863) in Parks's hand.
The 2nd Kentucky Cavalry was then under the command of Col. Basil W.
Duke. Acquisition funded by Robert and Beverly O'Grady, 2007. MSN/CW
15th VIRGINIA CAVALRY MUSTER ROLL. 1864. 1 document, partly
printed. A muster roll, on a Confederate States form, for Capt.
James Simpson's Co. I, 15th Virginia Cavalry. Eighty-seven names are
entered, of whom 25 are indicated as present; there are remarks on most
of those listed as absent. The roll is unsigned and undated, but entries
in the "remarks" column suggest that it was compiled shortly before the
regiment's consolidation (10 November 1864). Acquisition funded by
Robert and Beverly O'Grady, 2008. MSN/CW
130th NEW YORK INFANTRY MUSTER ROLL, 20 AUGUST-31 OCTOBER 1862.
1862. 1 document, partly printed. A muster and pay roll for Capt.
Alfred J. Leach's Co. K, 130th New York Infantry, covering 20 August to
31 October 1862. The regiment was mustered in to U. S. service on 2
September 1862, thereafter serving at Suffolk, Virginia, with VII Corps,
Department of Virginia. This is a Federal government copy, with payroll
annotations. MSN/CW 2019-1-Oversize.
D, 11th MICHIGAN INFANTRY MUSTER ROLL, 1 MAY-30 JUNE 1862. 1862.
1 document, partly printed. A muster and pay roll for Capt.
Benjamin G. Bennet's Co. D, 11th Michigan Infantry, covering May and
June of 1862. The regiment, attached to the Army of the Ohio, was
then performing guard duty along the Louisville & Nashville
Railroad. This is a Federal government copy, with payroll
annotations to 1885. MSN/CW 2020-1-Oversize.
C, 7th MARYLAND INFANTRY MUSTER ROLL, 30 JUNE-31 AUGUST 1864.
1864. 1 document, partly printed. A muster and pay roll for
Capt. Richard E. Bouldin's Co. C, 7th Maryland Infantry (U. S.),
covering July and August of 1864. The regiment was then before
Petersburg (2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, V Corps, Army of the
Potomac). This is a Federal government copy, with payroll
annotations. MSN/CW 2021-1-Oversize.
IOWA INFANTRY MUSTER ROLLS. 1864-1865. 2 documents, partly
printed. Muster and pay rolls for Capt. John S. Craig's Co. G
and Capt. James L. Noble's Co. H of the 21st Iowa Infantry. Both
muster rolls are for January and February of 1865, when the regiment
was serving in the Military Division of West Mississippi. These are
Federal government copies, with payroll annotations. MSN/CW
2022-1-Oversize to MSN/CW 2022-2-Oversize.
CO. F, 19TH U.S. COLORED TROOPS MUSTER ROLL, 31 DECEMBER 1864-28 FEBRUARY 1865. 1865. 1 document, partly printed. A muster roll for Capt. Frederick K. Fletcher's Co. F, 19th Regiment U.S. Colored Troops, covering 31 December 1864 to 28 February 1865. The 19th U.S.C.T. comprised black enlisted men mostly from southern and eastern Maryland, a large number of whom were recruited as slaves. It saw action in at least eleven engagements, suffering 50 combat fatalities. At the time of this muster roll Co. F was stationed at Bermuda Hundred, Virginia. MSN/CW 2038-1-Oversize.
(WOODWARD'S) KENTUCKY CAVALRY OFFICERS ROSTER. 1865. 1
document. A roster listing 34 officers of the 2nd (Woodward's)
Kentucky Cavalry (CS), dated 30 March 1865. The document is drawn up in
eight columns, with entries indicating each officer's name; grade;
company; whether elected or appointed; by whom appointed; date of
election/appointment; commission; and remarks. It appears to have been
written by Capt. Robert Biggs, then in command of the regiment. At the
time Woodward's 2nd Kentucky Cavalry was serving in the Carolinas
campaign, near Pikeville, North Carolina; it was attached to J. H.
Lewis's Brigade, Hampton's Cavalry Corps, Army of Tennessee. This
regiment is not to be confused with the 2nd Kentucky Cavalry that served
under John Hunt Morgan. Acquisition funded by Robert and Beverly
O'Grady, 2006. MSN/CW 2016-1-F1.
ISLAND PRISONER ROSTER. Circa 1863-1864. 1 vol., 20 cm., 135
leaves, with 258 pages of manuscript in various hands. A
leather-bound volume of uncertain origin, bearing the manuscript title
"Names of Confederate Officers Confined on Johnson's Island Ohio 1864".
Johnson's Island was a Federal prisoner-of-war camp in Sandusky Bay on
Lake Erie, used primarily for officers. The roster itself (with name,
grade, regiment, prison block and mess, and original place of residence)
occupies 218 of the book's pages; some 2500 prisoners are listed. The
roster is followed by a list of 167 Confederates who died at the prison,
with name, grade, regiment, and cause and date of death. A third section
of 22 surviving pages contains poems or song lyrics of Confederate
interest, written in several hands. The volume seems to have been
compiled at the prison. Some internal evidence suggests an association
with Lt. Robert J. Owen (Co. K, 34th Mississippi Infantry), of Salem,
Walthall County, Mississippi. Acquisition funded by Robert and Beverly
O'Grady, 2007. MSN/CW 2015-1-B.
WHARTON'S BRIGADE GENERAL ORDER. 14 April 1864. 1
document (1 page, with docketing). A general order directed to
the regimental and battalion commanders of G. C. Wharton's brigade
in the Department of Western Virginia (Confederate), written and
signed by Wharton's A. A. G., Capt. Charles A. DeRussy, regarding
protocol for the execution of Pvt. John H. Jones, Co. E, 30th
Virginia Infantry Battalion, Sharpshooters. Acquisition funded by
Robert and Beverly O'Grady, 2008. MSN/CW 2017-1.
BLAKEY RECORDS. 1862-1863. 3 documents. Three Confederate
States records relating to a $30.00 claim against the government by
A. R. Blakey of Madison Court House, Virginia. The matter at issue
was recompense for a shotgun supplied by Blakey to 1st Lt. John W.
Johnston, Co. F, 2nd Virginia Cavalry, on 8 May 1862. Acquisition
funded by Robert and Beverly O'Grady, 2008. MSN/CW 2026-1 to
FRANKLIN H. PICKETT DRAFT EXEMPTION APPLICATION. 9
July 1863. 1 document, partly printed. A partly printed form,
of either Confederate or North Carolina state issue, whereby
shoemaker Franklin H. Pickett of Greensboro, Guilford County
declares himself "engaged in a Mechanical Pursuit" and so exempt
from conscription. The form is signed by Pickett and by justice of
the peace Nathan Hiatt. MSN/CW 2018-1.
O'BRYAN CERTIFICATE OF EXEMPTION. 1863. 1 document, partly
printed. A document completed and signed by William A. Chisolm,
Confederate States Enrolling Officer for Colleton District, South
Carolina, certifying that A. F. O'Bryan is overseer on the
plantation of Mrs. Eliza O'Bryan, and is thus exempt from
conscription for a period of 12 months. Acquisition funded by Robert
and Beverly O'Grady, 2010. MSN/CW 2025-1.
SANDERS DISCHARGE. 1864. 1 document, partly printed. A
Confederate States certificate of discharge and pay voucher, dated 23
March 1864, completed and signed by Henry D. Beman as captain of Co. E,
7th Cavalry Battalion, Georgia State Guards. The discharged soldier is
Pvt. Sidney Sanders, who served in Co. E in 1863-64. Acquisition funded
by Robert and Beverly O'Grady, 2010. MSN/CW 2024-1.
CHARLES ALLRED DISCHARGE. 1862. 1 document, partly printed, with
endorsements. An accomplished copy of CSA Special Orders No. 41,
datelined Corinth, Mississippi, 16 May 1862, whereby 1st Lieutenant
Charles Allred is discharged from the army (Co. H, 25th Tennessee
Infantry), "not having been re-elected in the recent reorganization of
the twelve months volunteers. . . ." Acquisition funded by Robert and
Beverly O'Grady, 2008. MSN/CW 2028-1.
CORCORAN'S IRISH LEGION REORGANIZATION DOCUMENT. 1862.
1 document (3 pages). A copy of Special Orders No. 779 issued on
12 November 1862 by the New York State Adjutant General's Office,
declaring the formation of the 155th New York Infantry from elements of
Corcoran's Brigade. The document specifies the new field, staff, and
company officers of the regiment. MSN/CW 2029-1.
M. CAMP GREENSBORO PAROLE. 1865. 1 document, partly
printed. On 26 April 1865 General Joseph Johnston surrendered
the 30,000 Confederate troops in North Carolina to William T.
Sherman. The men were issued individual paroles, releasing them from
captivity and allowing them to return to their homes. The present
"Greensboro parole" was made out for Pvt. L. J. M. Camp, Co. B, 10th
Georgia Cavalry. It was completed on 4 May by Camp's company
commander, Cap. L. J. Smith, who signed the form along with the
Federal commissioner, Maj. J. H. Letcher. Acquisition funded by
Robert and Beverly O'Grady, 2007. MSN/CW 2030-1.
VIRGINIA INFANTRY POLL BOOK. 28 May 1863. 1 partly printed
document. A Confederate document enumerating votes cast in the
field by 54 named members of the 50th Virginia Infantry, in an 1863
election for the Virginia state senate position representing Patrick
Henry and Franklin counties. The candidates were W. A. Burwell and
Peter Sanders. Acquisition funded by Robert and Beverly O'Grady.
ROBERT CRUTCHFIELD RATIONS COMMUTATION. 21 April
1864. 1 partly printed document. A document stipulating the
payment of $16.00 to Confederate Pvt. Robert Crutchfield "for
commutation of rations for self while on scout duty by order of Lt
Gen Longstreet from March 27 1864 to April 12 1864." Crutchfield was
a member of Co. D, 10th Kentucky Mounted Rifles. Acquisition funded
by Robert and Beverly O'Grady, 2008. MSN/CW
TENNESSEE CAVALRY TRANSFERS. 16 June 1863. 1 document. A
Special Orders No. 161, authorizing the transfer of dismounted
troopers of the Confederate 4th Tennessee Cavalry (Wheeler's Cavalry
Corps, Army of Tennessee) to infantry regiments and artillery
batteries. Acquisition funded by Robert and Beverly O'Grady, 2012.
TACK CONTRACT. 14 February 1863. 1 partly printed
document. A contract signed by William S. Downer, Confederate
Superintendent of Armories, and Peter B. Borst, owner of a tannery
at Luray, Page Co., Virginia, for the supply of 5000 bridles and
2000 halters. Acquisition funded by Robert and Beverly O'Grady,
2008. MSN/CW 2034-1.
THORN/WILLIAM LAYSON OATH OF ALLEGIANCE. 1863. 1
document. An oath of allegiance to the U.S. Constitution and the
Commonwealth of Kentucky, signed by former Confederate soldiers
James Thorn and William Layson. The latter served in Co. E, 2nd
Kentucky Cavalry. Acquisition funded by Robert and Beverly O'Grady,
2008. MSN/CW 2035-1.
FRANK POWERS FIELD ORDERS. 1864 April 13. 1 document, with
envelope. An order to be prepared to march "at a moment's
warning" sent by Confederate Col. Frank N. Powers (commanding
Powers' Regiment of Louisiana and Mississippi Cavalry) to Capt.
Joseph Sessions, commanding Co. E at Woodville, Mississippi. The
order is in the hand of Powers' adjutant, Capt. H. N. Bridges. The
transmittal envelope with "pass courier" inscription is present.
Acquisition funded by Robert and Beverly O'Grady, 2006. MSN/CW
HANOVER JUNCTION ORDNANCE RECEIPT 12 February 1863.
1 partly printed document. A receipt for shells and packing
boxes turned over by C.S. Lt. James M. Garnett of the Army of
Northern Virginia to the depot at Hanover Junction, Virginia.
Acquisition funded by Robert and Beverly O'Grady, 2004. MSN/CW