Confederate States of America. War Department
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains a Confederate Provost Marshall's Pass issued to A.S. Bacon on November 11, 1864 at Lynchburg, Virginia. The pass granted Bacon permission to travel to Richmond, Virginia and is signed by Captain and Provost Marshal, Hiram C. Pierce. The opposite side of the pass has a printed Oath of Allegiance to the Confederate States of America.
The collection consists of two account statements each for costs of travel of E.W. Hubard and L.W. Hastings. Both statements are signed by James A. Sedden, Secretary of War for the Confederacy in the Civil War.
The collection consists of a single military pass for Captain F. C. Fisher to Montgomery White Sulphur Springs (Montgomery County, Va.).
The collection contains a letter written by Joseph Eames to the Confederate Secretary of War, April 20, 1863 in regards to petitioning the secretary to reassign his son, Pope Eames, to the Danville Gun Factory on account of Pope's being to sick to serve in the field.