Other Annotations by 2_Paleo, 881-900

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Page 9

Pg 9: 'Killed in action at Plymouth, North Carolina (on) April 20, 1864.'

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - NC » Page 9

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 1

1871 WV, widow's name spelled Louisa & Lou Eliza, guardian of minor children Barney & Joshua FORRESTER, and she bought land with pension money on...

Source: Civil War Soldiers - Union - WV » Page 1

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 1

IRS Inland Exchange 5cent Tax Stamp; Cancelled 7 Sept 1865.

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 1

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 3

'John HALL, Esq, President of the late Constitutional Convention of West Virginia'

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 3

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 2

the atrocious order consigning Chambersburg to the flames in default of the payment of $100,000 in gold, levied upon the citizens thereof.

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 2

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 2

'John McCausland graduated at the Virginia State Military Academy'

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 2

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 17

in Kings County (Brooklyn) Prison ... for Piracy & Murder, in connection with the Captain of the U.S. Steamer Chesapeake. '

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 17

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 7

'The petition of the undersigned Ladies of New Orleans'

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 7

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 7

John C. BRAINE, was a Lieutenant in the Navy of the Confederate States.

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 7

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 3

Petitioner being a Nephew of mine. - William P. MORAN, clerk USN Dept.

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 3

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 5

' and having also been an Officer in the Navy of the United States '

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 5

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 2

'I was a Lieutenant - in the Navy of the late Confederate States, '

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 2

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 14

a Prisoner of War at Fort Delaware

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 14

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 14

'I was commissioned a Captain in the Adjutant General's Department C.S.A.'

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 14

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 15

'I am the oldest son of George W. JONES of this place who represented Iowa in the U.S. Senator until the 4th March 1859'

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 15

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 10

'I graduated at West Point in 1847,' - Maj Genl Henry HETH.

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 10

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 9

c/o Blair & Chamberlayne, Richmond, Virginia

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 9

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 7

'Respectfully forwarded by the verbal permission of the President '- Ambrose E. BURNSIDE.

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 7

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 3

'... the Rebel General Henry HETH'

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 3

Made 24 Sep 2012

Page 1

Graduate of West Point & Major General in Rebel Army.

Source: Confederate Amnesty Papers » Page 1

Made 24 Sep 2012

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