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Page 7

Absent on detach service by order of Brigadier General HUMES, promoted from 2 Corporal from 3 Corpl,; 1st February 1864.

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

Made 14 Aug 2012

Page 14

For Extra Duty Pay, while under Gen'l Orders, No. 96. A. & I.G. Office, Richmond (Virginia). 1 January 1863 to 19 May 1864.

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

Made 14 Aug 2012

Page 13

Burke, Boykin & Co., Printers, Macon, Ga. Georgia.

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

Made 14 Aug 2012

Page 5

Absent on detached service by order of [crossed-out: Brigadier General H????] Surgeon in hospital at Macon. Capt. Wigam.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - CSA » Page 5

Made 14 Aug 2012

Page 10

Present. Patient. Cavalry.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - CSA » Page 10

Made 14 Aug 2012

Page 7

'Remarks: Absent on sick furlough reported November 1862 Hospital Surg.'

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

Made 14 Aug 2012

Page 6

Absent in hospital.

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - CSA » Page 6

Made 14 Aug 2012

Page 5

'Absent in arrest.'

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Confederate - CSA » Page 5

Made 14 Aug 2012

Page 1

Enlisted rank of Private; Discharged a Corporal. Confederate.

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

Made 14 Aug 2012

Page 4

Died 10 July 1846. His widow Cawlice McPhail is enum in1890 Fed Census Military , New York, Kings Co., Brooklyn Twp.

Source: Mexican War Service Records - Tennessee » Page 4

Made 05 Aug 2012

Page 10

In 1890 Military census NY, Kings County, Brooklyn, folio 1, enumerated is a Horatio KING, listed as a Major 1st Calv.

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 10

Made 05 Aug 2012

Page 10

1867 Letter to U.S. President Andrew JOHNSON from Horatio KING [Major 1st Cav.?] , request to grant pardon to JW THOMAS of Homer, Texas for having...

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 10

Made 05 Aug 2012

Page 10

J.W. THOMAS, Esq., of Homes, Texas.

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 10

Made 05 Aug 2012

Page 4

Prisoner, Pvt. 3 Arkansas Infantry, Company E. Captured in Carroll County, Arkansas March 29, 1863. Received at Gratiot Street Prison May 20, 1865.

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

Made 05 Aug 2012

Page 2

Occupation: carpenter.

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

Made 05 Aug 2012

Page 1

Occupation: Carpenter.

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

Made 05 Aug 2012

Page 2

Arrested by Lt. NEELY.

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

Made 05 Aug 2012

Page 2

OLIVER, A. B., of Henry County, Tennessee.

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

Made 05 Aug 2012

Page 4

Age 34. Signs as Pedre on shown in image pg #3; Here as Pedro.

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

Made 05 Aug 2012

Page 1

Pvt., Company D, 7 Regiment, South Carolina.

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

Made 05 Aug 2012

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