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United States. Army--Pay, allowances, etc

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Camp Upton, Virginia letter

Identifier: SC 01781
Content Description

A letter sent by a man named Andy, a solider during the Civil War, to his cousin. Andy writes that his unit recently moved into enemy country, and that their scouts captured a man from South Carolina. He goes on to say that he is paid "well" and details how others in his group are paid, as well as how much he plans to send home.

Dates: June 29, 1861

Campbell Family Papers

Identifier: Mss. 39.1 C16
Scope and Contents Papers of four generations of the Campbell family of Orange Co., Va. including correspondence of William Campbell (1755-1823). His papers pertain to Revolutionary pensions, bounty land claims, the War of 1812, his superintendency of the Virginia State Penitentary, and his estate and includes a diary of a trip to Kentucky in 1798. There are also papers (correspondence and accounts) of his wife, Mrs. Susan Campbell and their children. The collection includes papers of the Graves family and...
Dates: 1726-1920

Elden to Ma Letter

Identifier: SC 01511
Scope and Contents

Letter to Ma about being discharged from the army and coming home, and asking for money for the trip and to ship belongings.

Dates: 1962 June 11

United States Army Paymaster General's Office Circulars

Identifier: SC 00884
Scope and Contents

15 circular's from the Paymaster General's Office, Washington, D.C. 

Many are signed by the Paymaster General.  Circular No. 60, 62, 63 and 68 plus other unnumbered circulars.  Includes a memorandum from the Office of the Chief of Engineers, December 1, 1869, listing circulars issued and a description or status of each one.  1867-1869.

Dates: 1867-1869