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Certificate of Disability for Furlough, A.H. Jackson

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00411
Scope and Contents

The Letter declares Lieutenant Colonel A.H. Jackson, 31st Virginia Regiment, unfit for duty due for 90 days to a hip bone injury. The certificate is signed by David G. Houston, Natural Bridge, Virginia.

Charges and specifications against John Gregg

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Identifier: SC 00420
Scope and Contents

This collections consists of a witnessed letter detailing the court martial charges against Private John Gregg [?], Co. E, 31st Regiment.

Charges and specifications against Zachariah Swink

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Identifier: SC 00421
Scope and Contents

This collection consists of a witnessed letter detailing the court martial charges against Private Zachariah Swink, Co. G, 31st Regiment.

H.B. Lung Letter

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00311
Scope and Contents

Letter from H.B. Lung [?], Lt. Col. Commanding, 62nd Va. Regt., to Col. Hoffman, Adjutant, 31st Va. Regt. He praises members of his regiment--Elisha McCloud, Jr., Robert MLaughlin, Jacob McLaughlin, Jacob Sheets, George Wilfing, Zachariah Swink, F.M. Trimble,and Elisha McCloud, Sr.. He does not approve of their leaving the 31st Regt., but thinks leniency should be shown them. He wished them to be transferred to the 62nd Va. Regt.

John Daniel Imboden Letter

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00295
Scope and Contents Letter from John Daniel Imboden, Sherr Mountain, Head Quarters, N.W. Va. Brigade, to Capt. Joseph F. Harding and other officers, 31st Va. Regt. [Early's Brigade, Army of Northern Virginia, near Fredericksburg, Va.]. Imboden hopes to transfer the 31st Va. regiment to his brigade but is unable to do so until the pressure is off General Lee at Fredericksburg. He heard in Richmond that the friends of former Col. William L. Jackson in the Legislature urge his appointment to command the troops in...

W. G. Byrd Medical Certificate for Detail

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Identifier: SC 00412
Scope and Contents

The certificate declares W.G. Byrd, Co. E, 31st Regiment, unfit for field service and recommends he be reassigned as a nurse in the hospital. The form originates from General Hospital, Staunton, Va.

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