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90-1462
1905 Appointment
to Corporal Certificate
18th Regiment of Infantry appointment of George F. Meyer to Corporal of Company F. "Given at the Head Quarters of the Regiment of Fort Leavenworth,Ks. this third day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and five." Signed byt he Commanding Officer and Colonel of the 18th Infantry. SALE $ 30.00
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96-341
1864 Payroll Voucher
Maine Regiment

From July 1864 thru August 1864- Muster Roll of Capt. Ezekial R. Mayo, Company 3 Battery of the Light Artillery Regiment of Maine Volunteers. Listing of payroll, including those who have died during the period, those in hospital or injured. SALE $45.00
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DO240
Civil War Set of Documents
for U.S.C.T.

Documents for H.L. Salsbury Capt. 26th U.S.C.T. for pay due him less deductions for servants, subsistence, etc.  Identifies his servant "Frank" of black coloring, black hair and black eyes. Also certification of returns of all property of the U.S. and that he is not indebted or accountable on account for pay or accoutrements, ammunition, stores, clothing, camp equipage, medicine or medical instruments or any other accounts "except for ordnance and ordnance stores $21.25 and for camp and garrison equipage. Signed on the 13th day of September1865. Has canceled 5 cent stamp. Also includes letter that he has not received pay for Jan.-June 1865 as Commandant of Company D 26th U.S. Colored Troops. Some archival tape on seams as well as old seam reinforcing. Harmon L. Salsbury was Capt of the 26th U.S.C.T. All three documents SALE $100.00
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DP241
 
1878 1st Quarter Invoice of Medicines, Hospital Sore, Bedding, Etc. Issued 17 packages to S.M. Horton, Surgeon U.S. Army. From the Medical Purveying Depot, New York. Jan. 10th, 1878. Issued to Norton, from F. O' Donnoghue Capt. And Med. Storekeeper Fort McHenry Md. 8 page document. SALE $35.00
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DP242
 
1878 2nd Quarter Invoice of Medicines, Hospital Sore, Bedding, Etc. Issued 1 package to S.M. Horton, Surgeon U.S. Army. From the Medical Purveying Depot, New York. June 12th, 1878. Issued to Norton, from F. O' Donnoghue Capt. And Med. Storekeeper Fort McHenry Baltimore, Md. 8 page document. SALE $35.00
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DP243
 
1878 3rd Quarter Invoice of Medicines, Hospital Sore, Bedding, Etc. Issued 27 packages to S.M. Horton, Surgeon U.S. Army. From the Medical Purveying Depot, New York. Aug. 9th, 1878. Issued to Norton, from F. O' Donnoghue Capt. And Med. Storekeeper Fort McHenry Md. 8 page document.  SALE $35.00
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91-244
1862 Medical Purveyor Letter Medical Purveyors Office Wahsington, D.C. "the supplies called ofr by your requisition are ready for delivery. You will please call for them at your earliest convenience. By Order of Surgeon C.?.Laud U.S.A. Med. Purveyor F.W. &? SALE $20.00
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R2209
1863 List of Stores
Received Co.K 30th N.Y.V.

"List of Stores Received Co. K 30th N.Y.V. March 17, 1863 when I assued command at Belle Plain Va." "Transfer from Adam Sampson Capt. U.S. Army to Lt. S. V. Trull 30th N.Y.V. ....at White Oak Church, Va." -Lissts four mess kettles, four mess pans one axe, one shovel, and one pick axe. SALE $20.00
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X324
1905 Ohio Record of
Service Certificate
from Adjutant General's Office
State of Ohio Adjutant General's OfficeCertificate dated April 26th, 1905. Identifies Tom C. Stewart was enlisted as a Private in Company L of the 17th Regiment Ohio national Guard on the 11th day of January 1896 at Chillicothe, Ohio under Col.A.L. Hamliton for the period... and that he was transfered to the Signal Corps, 17th Regiment, O.N.G., on April 29th, 1896 and that he was Honorably Discharged therefrom on May 16th, 1899 on account of muster-out of regiment, per G.O. No. 6, s. 1899. Signed by A.B. Critchfield, Adjutant General of Ohio. SALE $ 35.00
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Y1843
Y1843B
 
1897 & 1899 Massachusetts
Volunteer Militia Discharge
For "Homer C. Hathaway, a Corporal of Captain Norris O Danforth Company F First Regiment of Heavy Artillery, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, who was mustered in on the eighth day of April 1897, to serve one year, is hereby discharged from the service of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, this eighth day of April 1898, at Taunton, by reason of Expiration of term of service....Given at Boston this 16th day of January 1899." Signed by Norris O. Danforth, Captain. and Charles Pfaff. Exact same certificate but for 1897. EACH
SALE $ 30.00

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