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O2762
 

Fort Monroe
Certificate of Discharge
"Certificate to be given a soldier at the time of their discharge to enable them to receive their pay  &c." for "James Reese a Private of Captain Sweeney's Company F(?) of the 96th Regiment of New York Volunteers of the State of New York, born in Canada, aged 30 years, 5 feet 5 inches high, light complexion blue eyes brown hair and by occupation a farmer having joined the company on its original organization at ....Plattsburg, NY of the fifteenth day of October 1861...is now entitled to a discharge by reason Surgeon's Certificate of Disability....." Signed by the Asst. Adjt. Genl. D. T(?)
Buren (?) Other side has Hdqrs. Dept. of Va. 7th (/) Army Corps Fort Monroe, Ca Jan'y 24th 1863...By command of Major Genl Dix and signed by Asst. Adjt. Genl. again.
SALE $50.00
 
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88-1783
 
1876 State of Texas
Estray Affidavit,
Appraisement and Bond
"The State of Texas, County of Hays, Personally appeared before me, the undersigned authority this day William Mahler, who, after being sworn, states that he has taken up at his residence one stray horse.....December 1876...C.W. Grooms Justice of the Peace." With description of animal by Geo. G. M Gehu (?) and Robert Kyle and signed.
SALE $35.00

 
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3753
1831 Maine Commission Very early commission for "John Richards of Winslow ... Greetings, You having been elected Lieutenant of the Second Company in the first Regiment, in the second Brigade, and Second Division of the Militia of this State, to take rank from the tenth day of June A.D. one thousand eight hundred and thirty one."  Has large embossed state seal and is signed by Governor Samuel E. Smith. Also signed by Roscoe G. Greene, Secretary of State. Some parting along fold seams, reinforced with archival document tape. SALE$ 75.00
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BAT-005
Monthly Return of
Clothing, Camp and
Garrison Equipage Form Nov. 1865
Form No. 51, Monthly Return of Clothing, Camp and Garrison Equipage, received and issued at Troy Road Barracks for November 1865. Signed Lt. Chas. Ackerman Co. C. 2nd U.S.V.V. Filled out in pencil. SALE $20.00
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-X41
Volunteer Veterans Board of Inquiry Letter Written in pencil, from the Troy Barracks in Albany, dated Oct. 11/65. Regarding an inquiry into the loss of arms belonging to Co. D 2nd U.S.V.V., said arms being destroyed when a railroad car ran over them. (Gun carelessly placed so it fell out of the car by Golden.) SALE $25.00
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-X40
Civil War Period
Deposition and Garrison Court Martial Summons

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One side has a summons for prisoners and witness' to appear before the Garrison Court Martial Command at Hd. Qrs. V.R.C. Barracks in Albany, N.Y. Aug. 24.65. Marked over this is "Deposition of Frank J. Lambert Co. D 2nd Regt. U.S.V.V. Sept. 5. 1865. Reverse side has deposition taken attesting to the lost of checkbook for local bounty to the amount of $300.00 in NY City and that this bounty is now due him now (Lambert.). See Doc pg. 5 for letter asking for him to be sworn via mail to collect pay. SALE $25.00
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91-213
Spanish American War Memorial Register For Company L, 8th Mass. Vol. Inf. Lists company officers, field and staff, the NCO's and privates. In original oak frame, under Plexiglas, it is lithographed with patriotic and military motives on all sides. SALE $50.00
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81-582
Civil War Discharge of Private Samuel N. Goldthwaits
Private Samuel N. Goldthwaits, Co. D 1st Vermont Volunteer Artillery, enrolled on the twenty-seventh day of November, to serve three years or during the war... Discharged the 25th of Aug. 1868 at Fort (?) Samuel Goldthwait was born in Lynn, Mass. Framed two sided to show engagements of the 1st Heavy Artillery & 11th Inf. Vt. Vols. $ 95.00
SOLD
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DCM679
 

Civil War Pennsylvania
Pay Voucher

For "Pv. H. (Hector) Sterling, discharge from I Company 106 Regiment of PA Vols" Dated May 1, 1862 ti Dec, 20th 1862 for the amount of $80.30. Signed by John M. Pomeroy, Paymaster U.S. Army. Has been taped along seam folds (see image). SALE $ 40.00
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Y821
Civil War Ohio Telegram
From E. W. Davis

Atlantic and Ohio Telegraph Lines, Dated at Phila. August 30, 1862. To "A.K. M Cluse" "take my regt under state authority and consolidate from Harrisburg we don't belong to Phila I depend on your answer E.W. Davis."
SALE $ 30.00

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