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Page 16

Two Claimants w Same Name- a civilian & a soldier- Files & #s Mixed Up!

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 16

Made 16 Aug 2012

Page 17

Settled Claim #9315; 285. Rockingham, VA.

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 17

Made 16 Aug 2012

Page 16

CLAIMANT SHEET MISSORTED. Pvt Jacob Turner of Buckingham, VA; Company B, 7th Regt VA Calvary. Claim is for his horse KIA 11 December 1863 at Darksville,...

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 16

Made 16 Aug 2012

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General Phillip SHERIDAN, on his raid being the day of the Burning in October, 1864.

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 14

Made 16 Aug 2012

Page 8

TURNER, Silas ; I am 43 year. I reside in Rockingham County, Virginia. I am a farmer. Silas is the son of claimant Jacob Turner. 1871.

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 8

Made 16 Aug 2012

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In 1871, Jacob TURNER states: I am 71 years old. I reside in Rockingham County, Virginia. I am a farmer. The horse was taken from me on the road; in 1864 by...

Source: Southern Claims - Approved - Virginia » Page 6

Made 16 Aug 2012

Page 1

Citizen (goods going South)- Have refused passes to the parties named twice. Wants to know if Colonel FISH has revoked his passes.

Source: Union Citizens File » Page 1

Made 16 Aug 2012

Page 2

Telegram to join your wife at once -Leave of absence for Major J. McDowell; wife ill in NYC.

Source: Letters Received by the Adjutant General, 1822-1860 » Page 2

Made 16 Aug 2012

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General Orders, Number 3; Charge. Drunkenness on duty. Not Guilty. Captain Francis N. CLARKE, 4th Regiment U.S. Artillery (A, 4th Artillery)

Source: Letters Received by the Adjutant General, 1822-1860 » Page 5

Made 16 Aug 2012

Page 3

Special Orders Number 206 of 1859.

Source: Letters Received by the Adjutant General, 1822-1860 » Page 3

Made 16 Aug 2012

Page 3

scarcity of officers

Source: Letters Received by the Adjutant General, 1822-1860 » Page 3

Made 16 Aug 2012

Page 2

the General-in-Chief.

Source: Letters Received by the Adjutant General, 1822-1860 » Page 2

Made 16 Aug 2012

Page 2

2nd Artillery

Source: Letters Received by the Adjutant General, 1822-1860 » Page 2

Made 16 Aug 2012

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a 'Farrier' ( shoes horses and probably oxen teams)

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - CSA » Page 7

Made 14 Aug 2012

Page 3

DIed at hospital Chattanooga, Tennessee (on) January 29, 1865.

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

Made 14 Aug 2012

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Died while a P.O.W. at Rock Island Barracks, Illinois on February 16, 1864 & Buried Grave #555, South of Prison Barracks.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - CSA » Page 13

Made 14 Aug 2012

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Captured near Jacksboro, Tennessee. August 27, 1863.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - CSA » Page 4

Made 14 Aug 2012

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Place of residence Talladega County, Alabama. POW Released June 14, 1865.

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

Made 14 Aug 2012

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Dec 1863: Making Boots.

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

Made 14 Aug 2012

Page 14

Nature of military service for the bootmaker is 'Bottoming shoes'

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

Made 14 Aug 2012

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