Other Annotations by 2_Paleo, 1081-1100

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Page 14

Prisoner of War. Transferred to Elmira, New York on July 30, 1864; where he died.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 14

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 12

Walker Williamson, captured at Spottsylvania Court House ; POW died at Elmira, New York, on October 8, 1864 of disease.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 12

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 2

Occupation: Laborer.

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Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 3

Prisoner paroled at Appomattox Court House, Virginia on April 9, 1865.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 3

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 3

CSA Reported as: Deserted from the Company near New Market, April 17, 1862.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 3

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 1

Company L , 4 Virginia Infantry.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 1

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 28

Surgeon's Disability Certification letter dated Jan 4, 1864, recommending acceptance of WILLIAMS' resignation: a wound in the right groin and producing...

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 28

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 2

Mustered in April 24, 1861 as a private; at Richmond, Virginia by Inspector General BALDWIN.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 2

Made 04 Sep 2012

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Dinwiddie Guards, Va Volunteers; 5Bn, Va Inf. ; 4th Reg Inf

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 22

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 18

As 2nd Lt. John M. Williams Senr was wounded at the Battle of Sharpsburg on September 17, 1862.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 18

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 17

Resigned on Surg(eon's) Certificate January 14, 1864.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 17

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 12

John M WILLIAMS, Sr.- On sick leave 'unfit for duty' since Sept 17, 1862- but on April 8, 1863; Promoted to Captain by seniority; due to Vice J.M. resignation/

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 12

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 1

John M Jr.'s father in same company.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 1

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 2

Occupation a farmer

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Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 1

rank in Private; rank out Captain.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 1

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 8

Certificate of Disability For Discharge re Private John M WILLIAMS II.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 8

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 1

Pvt Henry WILLIAMS - 'Died in hospital at Richmond from wounds rec'd at Manassas on 28 August 1862'.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 1

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 8

Pvt Henry WILLIAMS - 'Died in hospital at Richmond from wounds rec'd at Manassas on 28 August 1862'.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 8

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 33

Ransom DOVE ,'his mark' X. May 1863.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 33

Made 04 Sep 2012

Page 32

Ransom Dove: 'Extra services as Cook (pay), from Nov 1, 1862 to January 18, 1863 (79) days at 25 cents extra per day-'

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - VA » Page 32

Made 04 Sep 2012

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