Leming, Oliver E. – May 25, 1865

Michigan Civil War Collection

The following names enlisted men of the 9 Mich Inf are hereby detailed to report to Col. J. G. Parkhurst on Mar Genl D.C for duty as clerks

Patterson, Philo D. – April 11, 1865

Michigan Civil War Collection

Nashville April 11th Camp 9 Regt. Mich, Inft. V.V. Bro John Your letter of the 1th came to hand this day noon it found me in health and in the best of Spirits. as is the case of the Soldiers. after such victories as our Army has been gaining for the past few day’s. the Majority of the Regt. thinks we shall see our own State (Mich.) in a few month,

Stevens, Benevolent H. – December 15, 1864

Michigan Civil War Collection

Col I have the honor to transmit herewith for final action. Inventory and Inspection Reports of Q. M. Store property for which Lt R. F. Selfridge A.R.Q.M. 22nd Mich Vol Infty is responsible. which I have inspected and recommended to be disposed of as per Reports

Stevens, Benevolent H. – December 15, 1864

Michigan Civil War Collection

Col I have the honor to transmit herewith for final action Inventory and Inspection Reports of Camp and Garrison Equipage property for which Lt R F Selfridge A.A.Q.M., 22d Mich Infty Vols is responsible which I have inspected and recommended to be disposed of as per Reports

Stevens, Benevolent H. – December 7, 1864

Michigan Civil War Collection

Office A.A.I. Gen’l Reserve Brigade D.C. Chattanooga Tenn Dec 7th 1864 Col I have the honor to transmit herewith for final action Inventory and Inspecting Reports of Camp and Garrison Equipage which Lt G K Banghim Co D 9th Mich I.V.V. is responsible and I have duly inspected and recommended to be dispensed of as per reports.

Stevens, Benevolent H. – December 5, 1864

Michigan Civil War Collection

Office A.A.I.G. Reserve Brigade D.C. Chattanooga Tenn Dec 5th 1864 Col I have the honor to transmit herewith for final action, Inventory and Inspection Reports of Camp and Garrison Equipage for which Chas K Fullerton 2d Lieut Co F 22d Mich V.I. is responsible, and I have duly inspected and recommended to be disposed of as per Reports

Pond, Albert C. – August 27, 1864

Michigan Civil War Collection

Office Assistant Quartermaster U. S. A. Near Chattahoochie Bridge Aug 27th 1864 Lieut Col. A. J. Mackay Chief Q M D C I beg leave to submit the following for your consideration. I have in my possession (20) Twenty (6) six mule wagons not movable, having taken the animals from them to fill up other trains, and unless I can get the number of mules necessary to move them I shall be compeled to leave all, or part, of them

Irvin, Charles H. – September 13, 1863

Michigan Civil War Collection

A. J. McKay Lt Col & A.A.Q.M 14 Army C Stevenson Ala Lt. Col I enclose Invoice of Quartermaster’s Stores, etc., Issued to you as per your Order of the 15th inst

Carris, Jacob – May 28, 1862

Michigan Civil War Collection

Capitol Hill Marshall Thursday May 22nd 1862 Dear Brother As I am hear alone to night I thought I would write a few lines to, to let you know that we are all well and hope this will find you the same. This week Maria has received four letters, and Libbie one from you besides three papers Mother has been down here this afternoon and Maria and p[ ? ] has gone home with her Ma came down all a lone with one of the horses they can get a buggy of one of their neighbors any time they want it

Cooley, Henry G. – May 11, 1862

Michigan Civil War Collection Letters

so good by for this time and write soon from Henry Henry Camp Parkhurst Murfreesboro Tenn May 11th 1862 Dear Parents it is with pleasure that I now improve this opportunity of answering your letter which I received the 9th and was glad too hear from you again

Smails, James H. – April 24, 1862

Michigan Civil War Collection

Camp Parkhurst Murfreesboro Tennessee April 24th 1862 My Coz Iunnice You have doubtless, ere this given up all hopes of my answering your letter. I do think you have very good reasons for supposing so at least for it is so long since I received your s that I have almost forgotton the contents. You must pardon me this time and hereafter I will answer immediately.

Bennett, Henry – April 6, 1862

Michigan Civil War Collection

Camp Parkhurst Tenn. April 6th Dear Parents it is with much pleasure that I now improve this opportunity of writing two you once more the mail came in yesterday but I did not get any letters nor neither did Si I am well and never was in better spirrits than I now am we are encampt now about a mile southeast of Mulfress burro..Tenn..and have campt wright in a secesh dooregard it is a beautiful place

Smails, James H. – November 17, 1861

Michigan Civil War Collection

West Point Ky Nov 17 61 My Cousin Iunice Doubtless you have expected a letter from me long before this but we have been in such a state of confusion for the last two weeks that it was impossible to write we are now getting more settled and in the future I will write often.