Found in 1429 Collections and/or Records:
This folder contains eighteen letters and one envelope to and from Sephus (Cephas) L. Walton. These letters are to and from his Mother, Father, Brother, Wife and other relations while he was in the 1st Virginia Battalion, Company A and 42nd Infantry Virginia Regiment, Company B.
This collection contains an 1864 diary, transcript, and photocopied Muster Rolls and a card number list pertaining to Marcus B. Warner, of New York's 184th Volunteer Infantry, Company K, during the American Civil War. The diary details his civilian life as a harness maker and the first portion of his career as a Union soldier stationed in City Point and Petersburg, Virginia.
The collections consists of a letter from Union soldier Henry M. Warren, Private of the 18th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, to his brother Nathaniel in Massachusetts.
This collection contains two ledgers from the Washington Light Guard from 1861.
The collection consists of one letter from Reuel W. Waters of the 6th Maine Light Artillery to his sister, discussing ammunitions and artillery.
The George W. Watson Correspondence contains letters from George W. Watson, a private in Company H, 12th New Hampshire Infantry during the American Civil War, written to his family from camps in Virginia and from Point Lookout, Maryland. Also includes a letter from unidentified Union soldier written from Batesville, Arkansas.
The collection includes photocopies of typed transcripts of letters of Thomas Watson, a private in Company D, 93rd Illinois Infantry during the American Civil War.
Letter from Colonel Max Weber (1824-1901), of the 20th New York Infantry during the American Civil War, to Major General Benjamin F. Butler, September 5, 1861, describing the capture of Fort Hatteras, North Carolina, on August 28, by Weber's troops.
This manuscript is a personal history by David A. Weed of the 6th New York Heavy Artillery from his entrence into the American Civil War until the date he mustered out to return home.