Document detailing discharge of John M. Vance, Private, of Captain William J. Cleveland's Company A, 1st Regiment of Tennessee Mounted Infantry. Vance was discharged at Carthage, Tennessee, at the expiration of his term of service.
Pay account to Newton J. Lillard for $370.00 signed by Quartermaster Captain George W. Allen. Remarks read, "Splendid officer, gets drunk pretty often, which takes most of my money, as we have to pay such high prices for whiskey can't you rase...
Account from the Confederate Quartermaster to Dr. John B. Crockett for four head of beef cattle, estimated to weigh 650 pounds, at 52 cents a pound, for a total cost of $338.00. Signed by Major S. A. Jonas, C. S. A..
Order from Brigadier Genernal Felix Zollicoffer, Nashville, handwritten on a Bill of Purchase form, making arrangements, when necessary, to provide the commutation value of the rations instead of the actual rations to the Commands, July 17, 1861.
Statement of differences form of W. T. Robinson, 5th Tennessee Cavalry, for 9 horses lost from March-July 1865. The document states that an affidavit must be furnished of entire accountability. Signed by S. H. Mirick, examiner.
Statement of differences form of W. T. Robinson of the 5th Tennessee Cavalry for nine horses lost from March-July 1865. The document states that an affidavit of entire accountability must be furnished. Signed by S. H. Mirick, examiner.
This order of protection for Miss Mary Taylor of Sumner County was issued by General E. A. Paint at the Federal Headquarters at Gallatin. It permits her to travel in the daytime to and from all places within the Federal lines in the prosecution of...
Abstract of provisions issued from the 1st day of November 1862 to the 1st day of December 1862 to sick in hospital. Wainwright notes that he compared the specifics for subsistence actually required in hospital.
Quartermaster account, Confederate States, to Mr. Aaron Lambert for 11,840 pounds of hay. The amount of hay purchased during the month of July was 11,840 pounds of hay at $2.50 per 100 pounds- a payment of $296.00 to Aaron Lambert certified by...
Letter from Major D. B. Brewer of the Confederate Subsistence Bureau in Richmond, Virginia, to Captain B. J. Semmes in Chattanooga, Tennessee, certifying that returns for the second and third quarters of 1863 have been received.