Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The letter declares the discharge of Private Calvin Myers, Co. A, 1st Regiment, Wise Legion, due to neuralgia and rheumatism. The discharge is signed by D.A. Smith, Surgeon.
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.
The discharge letter for Jacob Bumgarner excuses him from duty in Captain Bradley's company, 2nd Regiment of the 7th Brigade of V.M. The document is signed by Caspar C. Hurkel, Surgeon.
This letter details the discharge of Private John Robinson, Co. A, 1st Regiment Infantry, Wise Brigade, due to injury to his ankle bone from a fall. It originates from the Camp at Meadow Bluff and is signed by John Wilkins, Surgeon. The letter also notes he rejoined the company on February 17, 1862.
This collection contains various letters declaring Private Thomas B. O'Kelly, Co. D, 16th Regiment, Miss. Infantry, unfit for duty due to old age.
The Army of the Confederate States certificate declares Captain J.M. Adams unfit for duty due to illness. He served in Co. G., 18th Regiment, Humphrey's Brigade. The form originates from the Chimborazo Hospital, Richmond, Va.