Frederick F. Wead Papers, 1823-1896; bulk, 1861-1865
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Quantity: 1 box (0.30 cubic ft.)
Access: Open to research
Acquisition: Gift: Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Mass., July 1995
Processed By: Fred Bassett, Senior Librarian, Manuscripts & Special Collections, March 2016

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Biographical Note

Frederick Fuller Wead was born January 36, 1835, in Malone, Franklin County, New York, the first son of Samuel Clark Wead (1805-1876) and Eliza (Fuller) Wead (ca. 1814-1844), who married January 1, 1834, and had two other children: Jacob Lawrence Wead (1837-1841) and Albert Clark Wead (1843-1844).  Samuel married Mary Emeline Kasson (1812-1896) on October 20, 1846, and the couple had three sons: Charles Kasson (1848-1925), Leslie Clark (1851-1918), and Charles Horton (1851-1907).Frederick F. Wead was a practicing attorney when he enlisted in the military in May 1861, mustering into service as first lieutenant with Company I of the 16thNew York Regiment of Infantry; in September he was transferred to staff duty as aide-de-camp to General Henry W. Slocum. In October 1862, he was commissioned lieutenant colonel of the 98th New York Infantry Regiment, and was promoted and commissioned colonel in February 1863.  He was killed in action during the Battle of Cold Harbor, Virginia, on June 3, 1864

Scope and Content Note

The papers of Frederick F. Wead include letters written to his father, S.C. [Samuel Clark] Wead, while Frederick was serving as an officer in the 16th New York Infantry Regiment (May-September 1861); as aide-de-camp to Gen. Henry W. Slocum on detached service (September 1861-August 1862); and as lieutenant colonel of the 98th New York Infantry Regiment (September 1862-1864). Wead’s letters describe camp life, garrison duties, time waiting for marching orders, and action seen during the Peninsular Campaign, at Yorktown, Gaines’s Mill, and Harrison’s Landing (1862), and at Drewry’s Bluff (1864). Wead was killed at the Battle of Cold Harbor on June 3, 1864.

The papers also document Wead's support of Gen. George McClellan in 1861 and 1862 and the charges made against Wead as commander of the 98th New York in North Carolina stemming from a dispute with Col. Alonzo G. Draper of the 2nd North Carolina Colored Volunteers regarding the latter’s burning of houses and the taking of two women as hostages.

Also included are manuscript maps of engagements at Chickahominy and Yorktown; returns for ordnance for the 98th N.Y. Infantry and letters to Samuel C. Wead about his son’s death.

Related Resources

Transcriptions of most documents in the Frederick F. Wead Papers have been published in My Dear Father: Civil War Letters of Col. Frederick F. Wead, compiled by Maren E. Dodge Miles for the Franklin County Historical and Museum Society (Chateauguay, N.Y.: Write One Plus, [2015]). This book was a co-operative project between the Franklin County Historical and Museum Society and the New York State Library; the library scanned the letters in the collection in return for a copy of the transcriptions, which also have been scanned. The narrative includes these letters as well as letters, newspaper articles, maps, documents, and photographs from other collections and from records housed primarily in the National Archives and the Library of Congress.

Box and Folder List

Box Folder Description
    Personal letters and papers of Frederick F. Wead,  1861
1 1
  1. To father, Industrial School Depot, Albany, [N.Y.], May 13, 1861
  2. To parents, Camp Morgan, Albany, [N.Y.], May 29, 1861
  3. To parents, Camp Morgan, Albany, [N.Y.], June 17, 1861
  4. To parents, Camp Woolsey, Washington, [D.C.], July 4, 1861
  5. To parents, Shuter’s Hill near Alexandria, Va., Sunday, July 13, 1861
  6. To father, Camp Vernon near Alexandria, Va., August 20, 1861
  7. To father, Alexandria, Va., September 27, 1861
  8. To father, Fort Lyon near Alexandria, Va., September 30, 1861
  9. To father, Camp Franklin near Fairfax Seminary, Alexandria, Va., October 15, 1861
  10. To father, Head Quarters 7th Brigade, near Alexandria, Va., December 7, 1861
  11. To father, Head Quarters, 7th Brigade, December 11, 1861
    Official records and correspondence, 1861
1 1
  1. Consolidated morning report, 1st Regiment, 1st Brigade, New Jersey Volunteers July 19, 1861
  2. Broadside: Head Quarters, New Jersey Brigade, Camp Scott, Washington, D.C., May 20, 1861; inscription on verso: “Papers captured from the Enemy, July 21, 1861”
    Portfolio of papers captured from Confederate Army
1 1
  1. Memorandum of a few papers in the Adjutant General’s Office, 1862
  2. Letter: J.B. Hero to [W.?] Harrison, Alexandria, February 28, 1823 [sic]
  3. Letter: Philip S. Geo. Cooke [Colonel], to Genl. Beauregard, H.Q. 5th Brigade, Camp near Suspension Bridge, August 4, 1861
  4. Brigadier General M.L. Bonham to Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Jordan, H.Q. 1st Brigade, 1st A.C. of the Potomac, Camp Gregg, August 8, 1861
  5. R.S. Ewell (Gen.) to Lt. Col. Thomas Gordon, October 30, 1861
    Letters and papers, January-April, 1862
1 2
  1. To father, Camp Franklin, near Alexandria, Va., January 4, 1861 [sic – should be 1862]
  2. Drawings: Tents of Headquarters, 7th Brigade Camp and floor plan of interior of tents
  3. To father, Sunday morning, [January 1862]
  4. To father, Camp Franklin, Sunday, February 2, 1862
  5. To father, Hdqrs. 2nd Brigade, Franklin’s Division, February 26, 1862
  6. To father, Sunday afternoon, [Alexandria, Va.], March 9, 1862; postscript, Monday morning, 1 a.m., [March 10, 1862]
  7. Journal of the march of the Army of the Potomac commenced Monday, March 10, 1862 by F.F. Wead, aide-de-camp to Brig. Gen. [Henry W.] Slocum, Comdg. 2nd Brigade Franklin’s Division, Fairfax Court House, Va., March 11, 1862
  8. Note to father, Fairfax Court House, March 12, 1862
  9. To father, Head Quarters, Slocum’s Brigade, Camp near Alexandria, Va. Sunday evening, March 23, [1862]
  10. To father, Head Quarters, 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 1st Corps, Co. D, Alexandria, Va., April 2, 1862
  11. To farther, Manassas Junction, [Va.], April 5, 1862
  12. Calletts Station on the Orange & Alexandria R[ail]R[oad], 40 miles from Alexandria, [Va.], April 11, 1862
  13. To father, Steamer Spaulding, off Ship Point, [Va.], April 29, 1862
    Letters and papers, May-June 1862
1 3
  1. Sketch map of Yorktown to Gloucester Point, Virginia and vicinity, ca. May 1862
  2. To father, Steamer Spaulding off Ship Point, [Va.], Saturday Evening, May 3, 1862
  3. To father, on board Ordnance Steamer Diamond State, off Whitehouse, Va., May 15, 1864; includes drawing showing besieged garrison at Yorktown, April 5-May 4, 1862
  4. To father, Camp near Coal [Cold] Harbor, Va., May 23, 1862
  5. To father, Mechanicsville, Va., May 29, 1862
  6. To father, Hd. Qrs., On the Chickahominy opposite New Bridge, [Va.], May 31, 1862
  7. To father, Mechanicsville, Va., June 1, 1862
  8. To father, H.Q., 1st Div. 6th Corps, in front of Richmond, [Va.], June 3, 1862
  9. To father, H.Q., 1st Div. 6th Corps, Near Richmond, Va., June 4, 1862
  10. To father, H.Q., 1st Div.1st Corps, June 4, 1862
  11. To father, Head Quarters, 1st Div. 6th Corps, near New Bridge, Va., June 12, 1862
  12. To father, Camp near New Bridge, Va., June 16, 1862
  13. To mother, Camp at Courtenays House, Henrico County, Va., June 19, 1862
  14. To father, Friday June 20, 1862
  15. To father Courtenays House, June 22, 1862
  16. Sketch map of Chickahominy, ca. May-June 1862
    Letters and papers, July 1862
1 4
  1. Gen. H.W. Slocum to Gen, Hillhouse (copy) with note from Gen. William Franklin, [July 1862?]
  2. To father, Harrison’s Landing, 20 mi[les] from R[ichmond], July 3, 1862
  3. To J.A. Kasson, Harrison’s Landing, 20 miles below Richmond, July 3, 1863 [sic – should be 1862]
  4. To parents, Camp at Harrison’s Landing, 22 miles below Richmond, July 4, 1863
  5. To parents, H.Q. 1st Div. 6th Corps, Camp near Harrison’s Landing on James River, July 7, 1862
  6. To father, Harrison’s Landing, July 11, 1862
  7. To father, H.Q. 1st Div. 6th Corps, Harrison’s Landing, Va., July 12, 1862
  8. Charles Page to John A. Kasson, Harrison’s Bar, James River, July 13, 1862
  9. To father, Harrison’s Landing, July 14, 1862
  10. Note: John [Kasson] to [Charles A. Page], July 18, [1862]
  11. To father, H.Q. Slocum’s Division, July 18, 1862
  12. Brig. Gen. H.W. Slocum to Gen. Thomas Hillhouse (N.Y. Adj. Gen.), H.Q. 1st Div. 6th Corps, Camp near Harrison’s Landing, July 20, 1862
  13. To Auntie, H.Q. 1st Div. 6th Corps, Harrison’s Landing, Va., Sunday, July 20, 1862
  14. To father, Harrison’s Landing, Va., July 20, 1862
  15. To father, Harrison’s Landing, July 27, 1862
    Letters and papers, August-December 1862
1 5
  1. General Orders No. 154, H.Q. Army of the Potomac, Camp near Harrison’s Landing, Va., August 9, 1862 (printed circular)
  2. Charles Durkee (Lt. Col.) to [Edwin D. Morgan], Governor of New York State, H.Q. 98th N.Y.S.V., Harrison’s Landing, Va., August 9, 1862; enclosure no. 2 (2nd copy dated August 9, 1863)
  3. To father, Harrison’s [Landing], 11 PM, Tuesday August 12, 1863
  4. To father, Battlefield of May 4th near Williamsburg, Va., August 18, 1862
  5. Special Order No. 245, H.Q. Army of the Potomac, Alexandria, Va., August 27, 1862; honorable discharge of 1st Lt. Frederick F. Wead, U.S. Army
  6. To father, Ebbit House, Washington, [D.C.], September 21, 1862
  7. To father, Yorktown, [Va.], September 27, 1862
  8. To father, Yorktown, Va., October 6, 1862
  9. To father, Yorktown, Va., October 20, 1862
  10. To father, Yorktown, Va., November 15, 1862
  11. To father, Yorktown, Va., December 3, 1862
    Letters and Papers, January-February 1863
1 6
  1. “Enlisted for the 98th N.Y. Vols.” (list of names of individuals) [1863?]
  2. Receipt for the transfer of ordnance, Edward Campbell, 85th Pennsylvania Volunteers, [January 1863?]
  3. To mother, Carolina City, N.C., January 6, 1863
  4. To father, Steamer United States off Hilton Head, S.C., February 1, 1863
  5. To father, Hilton Head, S.C., February 6, 1863
  6. To father, Camp of the 98th New York Volunteers, St. Helena Island, S.C., February 25, 1863
  7. To father, St. Helena, February 26, 1863
    Letters and papers, March 1863
1 7
  1. To father, St. Helena Island, S.C., March 11, 1863
  2. Albon Mann to S.C. Weed, Washington, D.C., March 16, 1863 (private letter)
  3. C.A. Heckman (Brig. Gen.) to J.T. Sprague (N.Y. Adj. Gen.), H.Q. 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, St. Helena Island, S.C., March 26, 1863; enclosure no. 3; endorsed by H.M. Naglee (Brig. Gen.); 2nd copy with endorsement: H.Q. 98th N.Y.S,V., Newport Barracks, July 10, 1863, D.H. Stanton
  4. Invoice of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores, March 21-22, 1863 (printed forms; 7 items)
  5. Abstracts and certificates: ordnance and ordnance stores, March 20-22, 1863 (3 items)
  6. Invoice of ordnance and ordnance stores, March 29, 1863 (4 items)
  7. Receipts for ordnance, 98th N.Y. Infantry at St. Helena Island, S.C., March 29, 1863 (12 items)
    Letters and papers, April-May 1863
1 8
  1. To father, Port Royal House, Hilton Head, S.C., April 11, 1863
  2. F.F. Wead to Capt. J.A. Judson, H.Q. 98th N.Y.S.V., New Bern, N.C., April 18, 1863
  3. Memorandum: Charges and Specifications brought against Lt. Col. F.F. Wead by officers of 98th N.Y.S.V. [April 19, 1863]
  4. F.F. Wead to Albert Andrus, New Bern, N.C. April 20, 1863
  5. Special Order 119, H.Q. 18th Army Corps, New Bern, N.C., April 25, 1863; reassignment of Lt. Col. F.F. Wead
  6. To father, New Bern, N.C. April 26, 1863
  7. To father, Newport, May 19, 1863
  8. Memorandum: Southard Hoffman to F.F. Wead, S.S. Willard, and others, H.Q. 18th Army Corps, New Bern, N.C., May 28, 1863
  9. Circular: H.Q. 98th N.Y.S.V. Newport Barracks, N.C., May 31, 1863; copy of memorandum of May 28, 1863
  10. Special Order: Southard Hoffman, H.Q. Dept. N.C., 18th Army Corps, New Bern, N.C., May 31, 1863; consolidation of 98th N.Y.S.V.
  11. Receipts for ordnance and ordnance stores, April 10, 1863 (2 items)
    Letters and papers, June-July, 1863
1 9
  1. To father, Newport, June 10, 1863
  2. To father, [June 12, 1863]
  3. To father, June 17, 1863
  4. To Maj. [Clark]. June 23, 1863
  5. John L. Anderson to F.F. Wead, H.Q. 18th Army Corps, July 1, 1863
  6. To Maj. John L. Anderson, H.Q. 98th N.Y. Vols., July 3, 1863
  7. E.B. Roulston (Capt. & Brig. Inspector) to Capt. W.H. Abel, Office of Brigade Inspectors, Heckmans Brigade, New Bern, N.C. July 25, 1863
  8. Invoices and receipts of ordnance and ordnance stores, July 1863 (11 items)
    Letters and papers, August 1863
1 10
  1. Samuel C. Wead to James H. Titus, Malone, [N.Y.], August 26, 1863 (copy)
  2. Samuel C. Wead to Gov. Horatio Seymour, Malone, [N.Y.], August 27, 1863 (copy)
  3. Invoices and receipts of ordnance and ordnance stores, August 1863 (9 items)
    Letters and papers, September-November 1863
1 11
  1. Samuel C. Wead to James H. Titus, Malone, [N.Y.], September 8, 1863 (copy)
  2. C.A. Heckman to Lt. Col. Wead, H.Q. Beaufort, N.C., October 16, 1863
  3. Special Order No. 499; War Department, Adjutant General’s Office, Washington, November 10, 1862; re: dismissal of certain named officers (printed)
  4. Quarterly return of ordnance and ordnance stores received, issued, and remaining on hand at Newport Barracks, N.C., commanded by lt. Col. F.F. Wead, 98th N.Y. Vols, during the quarter ending September 30, 1863
  5. Receipts of ordnance and ordnance stores at Newport, N.C., September 1863 (5 items)
    Letters and papers, December 1863
1 12
  1. To father, H.Q. 98th N.Y.S.V., Pongo Bridge, Va., December 1, 1863
  2. Charles Evans to F.F. Woods, General Head Quarters, New York State, Adjutant General’s Office, Albany, December 10, 1863
  3. To father, Pongo Bridge, Va., December 18, 1863
  4. Alix H. Davis (Capt.) to F.F. Wead, Dept. of Va. and N.C., H.Q. Dist. Of Currituck, December 21, [1863]
  5. F. F. Wead to Col. [Alonzo G.] Draper, Post H.Q., Pongo Bridge, Va., December 22, 1863 (draft)
  6. F. F. Wead to Col. [Alonzo G.] Draper, Post H.Q., Pongo Bridge, Va., December 22, 1863 (copy)
  7. F.F. Wead to Capt. A.H. Davis, H.Q. Pongo, Va., December 22, 1863 (copy)
  8. F.F. Wead to Capt. Alex H. Stevens, Post H.Q., Pongo Bridge, Va., December 22, 1863 (copy)
  9. Memorandum: Charges and specifications against Col. [Alonzo G. Draper prepared by Lt. Col. F.F. Wead, H.Q. 98th N.Y.S.V., Pongo Bridge, Va., December 22, 1863 (copy)
  10. Special Order No. 5, Dept. of Va. and N.C., H.Q. Dist. of Currituck, Great Bridge, Va. December 27, 1863, A.H. Davis, Asst. Adj. Gen. (copy)
  11. James H. Ledlie (Brig. Gen.) to Horatio Seymour (Governor of New York State), Dept. of Va. and N.C., H.Q. Dist. of Currituck, Norfolk, Va. December 28, 1863 (copy)
  12. Special Order No. 6, Dept. of Va. and N.C., H.Q. Dist. of Currituck, Great Bridge, Va. December 30, 1863, A.H. Davis, Asst Adj. Gen. (copy)
  13. Miscellaneous notes and papers relative to Col. Wead’s row with Col. Draper. 1863 (4 items)
    Letters and papers, January-March 1864
1 13
  1. To father, Norfolk, Va., January 4, 1863 [sic – should be 1864]
  2. To father, Norfolk, Va., January 6,1864
  3. To father, Norfolk, Va., January 9, 1864
  4. To father, Norfolk, Va., January 12, 1864
  5. Special Order No. 6, Dept. of Va. and N.C., H.Q. Dist. of Currituck, Great Bridge, Va., January 13, 1864; Charles L. Johnson, Asst. Adj. Gen.
  6. To father, Pongo Bridge, Va., 1864
  7. Edward Wild (Brig. Gen.) to F.F. Wead, H.Q. Colored Troops, Norfolk, Va., January 15, 1864
  8. To E.A. Wild, Post H.Q., Pongo Bridge, Va., January 16, 1864 (draft reply)
  9. Memorandum (copy): A.H. Davis, Asst. Adj. Gen. for Maj. Gen. Butler, [January 18, 1864]; General Orders No. 8, H.Q. Army of 18th Corps, Dept. of Va. and N.C., Fortress Monroe, January 15, 1864
  10. To father, H.Q. 98th N.Y.S.V., Pongo Bridge, Va. February 7, 1864
  11. Anonymous letter to the general, Norfolk, February 15, 1864 (signature of author was removed)
  12. D.H. Stanton to S.C. Wead, H.Q. 98th N.Y. Vols., Pongo Bridge, Va., February 17, 1864
  13. To father, Pongo, February 18, 1864
  14. List of Malone recruits, [S.C. Wead, January 1864]
  15. Note: Southside Expedition, Maj. Gen. Butler, commanding [1864?]
  16. Special Order [No.] 184, State of New York, Northern Division, H.Q. of the Acting Asst. Provost Marshall General and Supt of Volunteer Recruiting, Albany, March 5, 1864, Jacob F. Blair
  17. Frederick Lewis (Capt. Co. G.) to F.F. Wead, H.Q. 98th New York Volunteers, Malone N.Y., March 31, 1864
    Letters and papers April-May, 1864
1 14
  1. To father, April 10, 1864
  2. C.S. Henry to F.F. Wead, Eastville, Northampton Co., Va., April 18, 1864
  3. To father, Yorktown, Va., April 20, 1864
  4. To father, Yorktown, Va., April 27, 1864
  5. To father, Yorktown, Va., May 1, 1864
  6. To father, Yorktown, Va., May 4, 1864
  7. To father, near Port Walthall, Va., May 7, 1864
  8. To father, near Port Walthall, Va., May 17, 1864
  9. To father, near Port Walthall, Va., May 25, 1864
  10. S.C. Wead to F.F.Wead, Malone, [N.Y.], May 26. 1864
  11. To Father, on board Steamer Pent above Cumberland Landing, Pamunky River, Va., May 30, 1864
  12. Map copied by F.F. Wead in the passage up the Pamunky River found in his pocket subsequent to his death, 1864 (hand drawn)
  13. Tracing of a map of the region embraced in the operations of the armies against Richmond; engraved by Eugene Brown, 1865
    Letters and Papers, July-December, 1864
1 15
  1. Charles A. Gage to John A. Kason, H.Q. Army of the Potomac, Friday June 3, 1864; “No. 1 – Friday”
  2. James A. Slattery to [?], [June 4, 1864] “No. 2 recd. Saturday”
  3. D.H. Stanton to S.C. Wead, in the field near Gaines’s Mill, Va., June 4, 1864
  4. I.G. Duryee (chaplain, 81st N.Y.V.) to S.C. Wead, White House, Va., June 5, 1864
  5. Albon Mann to S.C. Wead, Washington, D.C., June 6, 1864
  6. S.B. Powell to S.C. Wead, White House Landing, [Va.], June 6, 1864
  7. James Slattery, Camp. 98th [N.Y. Vols.], June 28, 1864
  8. D.H. Stanton to S.C. Wead, in front of Petersburg, Va., July 9, 1864
  9. J.B. Raulston to S.C. Wead, H.Q. N.Y.V., near Petersburg, Va., July 25, 1864
  10. [John] G. Foster (Gen.) to S.C. Wead, H.Q. Dept. of the South, Hilton Head, S.C., July 31, 1864
  11. [William] Kreutzer (Capt.) to S.C. Wead, Camp of the 98th N.Y.V., near Petersburg, Va., August 6, 1864
  12. D.H. Stanton, H.Q. 98th N.Y.V., near Petersburg, Va., August 6, 1864
  13. C.S. Henry to S.C. Wead, Eastville, Northampton Co., Va., September 14, 1864
  14. List of stores turned over to Lt. Col. W. Kreutzer, 98th N.Y. Vols., at Bermuda Hundred, Va., September 13, 1864
  15. Receipts from Property Returns Division of War Dept. Ordnance Office, 1864 (3 items)
    Letters and papers 1865-1896
1 16
  1. J.K.R. Oakley to S.C. Wead, H.Q. 98th N.Y.V., Chaffin Farm, Va., January 14, 1865
  2. S.C. Wead to E.B. French (2nd Auditor, Treasury Dept., Washington, D.C.), Malone, N.Y., January 25, 1865 (copy)
  3. S.C. Wead to [T.J. Treadwell], Malone, Franklin Co., N.Y., January 30, 1865 (copy)
  4. S.C. Wead to T.J. Treadwell (Capt.), Malone, Franklin Co. N.Y., February 3, 1865 (copy)
  5. T.J. Treadwell, to S.C. Wead, Ordnance Office, War Dept., Washington, [D.C.], February 7, 1865
  6. T.J. Treadwell, to S.C. Wead, Ordnance Office, War Dept., Washington, [D.C.], February 11, 1865
  7. E.B. French to S.C. Wead, Treasury Dept. Second Auditors Office, February 13, 1865
  8. John A. Kasson to E.B. French, [House of Representatives], February 29, 1865 (copy)
  9. E.B. French to S.C. Wead, Treasury Dept. Second Auditors Office, March 9, 1865
  10. Frederick Phisterer to Leslie C. Wead, N.Y. Adj. Gen., Bureau of Records of the War of Rebellion, Albany, November 25, 1889
  11. Statement of the Military Record of Frederick F. Wead, Record and Pension Office, War Dept., October 7, 1896. (copy)
  12. Narrative of a journey to Texas by B.N. Hyde, Pottersville, June 15, 1874
1 17 Newspaper: The Malone Palladium, Thursday June 9, 1864; contains obituary and eulogy of Frederick F. Wead
EL 18 Oversize documents
  1. Abstracts of Ordnance and Ordnance Stores received and issued to company commanders of 98th N.Y.S.V. Infantry, for quarter ending March 31, 1862 (from Folder 7)
  2. Return of ordnance and ordnance stores received, issued, and remaining with 98th N.Y.S.V. Infantry, for quarter ending March 31, 1863 (from Folder 7)
  3. Abstract of issues to Lt. Col. F.F. Wead for second quarter ending September 30, 1863 (from Folder 9)
  4. Abstract of receipts, Lt. Col. F.F. Wead , 98th N.Y.S.V. for second quarter ending September 30, 1863 (from Folder 9)
  5. Abstract of materials expended or consumed at post of New Port, N.C., commanded by F.F. Wead, 98th N.Y.S.V., for quarter ending September 30, 1863 (from Folder 9)
  6. Return of ordnance and ordnance stores received, issued, and remaining on hand in 98th N.Y.S.V. Infantry, for quarter ending, September 30, 1863 (from Folder 11)
  7. Account of pay (voucher), 8th N.Y. V. Infantry, January 1-May, 31, [1864] (from Folder 16)

 

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