Letters of David O. Dodd with Biographical Sketch By Dallas T. Herndon David Owen Dodd was hanged at Little Rock, as a Confederate spy, on January 8, 1864. He was convicted on evidence contained in a notebook which he carried at the time of his arrest.
Adams Express Company Great Eastern, Western and Southern Express Forwarders [ ? ] Apr 20 1863 Received of [ ? ] B D Paddock one Package sealed and said to contain two hundred dollars (200.) Addressed C D Randall Coldwater Mich
Hd Qrs Co H 14th Mich Vols Inf Camp Stone River Nov. 28th 1862 Charges and Specifications against Private John McCarty Co H 14th Mich Vols Inf. Charge 1st Unsoldierly Conduct. Specification 1st In this that the said Private John McCarty Co H 14th Mich Vols Inf. has on two (2) different occasions left Camp and gone to Nashville without leave. There by absenting himself from drill.
Head Qurs Co G 14th Mich Inftry Camp on Rock River Tenn No 19th 1862 Charges And Specifications against Private Wm M. Carren of Co G 14th Mich Infantry Charge 1st Disobediance of Orders Charge 2nd Abusive Language
I hereby certify that Serg’t William B Rowe was duly enlisted in Co Ninth Michigan Cavalry, on the 25th day Oct. 1862 and has been mustered into the U.S. Service. DeWitt C. Smith Captain Commanding Co.
Edmands Ferry Md Oct 1st 1862 I certify on honor, (to the best of my recollection) that on the 30th day of August 1862, at Battle 2d Bull Run Va the stores enumerated below were lost under the following circumstances The Regt to which my compy.. belongs was directed to advance under fire of the enemy to take a certain position in so doing six privates were killed and ten privates were severely wounded.
Head-Quarters 24th Michigan Infantry, Camp Barns, Detroit, August 27, 1862. This is to certify that Timothy O. Webster Enlisted on the twenty fourth day of July A.D. 1862, as a Private in Captain A. M. Edwards company, 24th Regiment Michigan Infantry, from the 2 ward Detroit, and at the date of the signing of this certificate is in the Military Service of the United States. A. M. Edwards, Captain.Henry A. Marrow, Colonel.
Camp Douglas. Kalamazoo, Mich., Jany 16 1862 I Certify on honor, that I have carefully examined the following named recruit: Albert H Daniels agreeably to the General Regulations of the Army, and that in my opinion, he is free from bodily defects and mental infirmity which would in any way disqualify him from performing the duties of a soldier. Alex. Ewing Surgeon.
Grand Rapids, Oct 7th 1861. I certify that Milford M. Latimer has enlisted in Company E in the Third Regiment of Michigan Volunteer Cavalry for three years or during the War and has been mustered into the service of the United States M M Latimer Captain. [ ? ] Col. Cammanding.