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Kellian V. Whaley Collection
Ms80-126


1. Correspondence, James F. Anderson of the 16th Regiment Virginia Cavalry to Colonel Kellian V. Whaley seeking funds, Point Lookout, Maryland, February 15, 1864

2. Correspondence, Joseph Boling, 2nd Virginia Cavalry, Company A to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley asking to be transferred to the Navy, Charleston, West Virginia, March 12, 1864

3. Correspondence, J. Edgard Boyers, Secretary of State, to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley explaining that no counties are exempt from state tax, Wheeling, West Virginia, April 1, 1864

4. Correspondence, Charles E. Capehart, Major 1st Virginia Veteran Cavalry, to Kellian V. Whaley requesting command and/or change, Lewisburg, West Virginia, May 30, 1864

5. Correspondence, Schuyler Colfax to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley asking support for speakership, Washington, D.C., November 21, 1863

6. Correspondence, Nelson Cox to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley requesting garden seed, Quaker Bottom, Lawrence County, Ohio, March 3, 1864

7. Correspondence, A. Cunningham to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley protesting Goshorns taking oath, Kanawha Courthouse, February 22, 1864

8. Correspondence, J. S. Douglass to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley inviting him to address mass meeting on restoration, Brooklyn, New York, April 18, 1866

9. Correspondence, I. H. Duval to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley promising votes, Wellsburg, West Virginia, October 8, 1864

10. Correspondence, Uriah Evans to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley seeking pension for Fulmer widow, Cottageville, West Virginia, June 9, 1866

11. Correspondence, Daniel D. T. Farnsworth to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley concerning politics and claims, Wheeling, West Virginia, February 19, 1864

12. Correspondence, John R. Flowers to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley concerning Army matters, Fayetteville, West Virginia, April 1, 1864

13. Correspondence, Colonel George W. Gallup, 14th Kentucky Volunteers (East Kentucky), to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley concerning Whaley to meet with the President concerning command, Headquarters District, East Kentucky, January 30, 1864

14. Correspondence, John Hall to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley asking for promotion of Colonel William H. Powell, Wheeling, West Virginia, April 27, 1864

15. Correspondence, R. T. Harvey to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley asking about results of suit in Kanawha Valley, Buffalo, West Virginia, March 3, 1864

16. Correspondence, General Robert H. Milroy to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley inviting him to spend the night in a hotel, Washington, D.C., October 5, 1863

17. Correspondence, John H. Oley to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley concerning appointment as tax collector, Charleston, West Virginia, April 15, 1866

18. Correspondence, W. W. Robbins to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley concerning assignment of General Sigel to West Virginia, New York, February 25, 1864

19. Correspondence, W. W. Robbins to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley asking that Captain Ellison be transferred to West Virginia, “Neil House,” Columbus, Ohio, March 28, 1864

20. Correspondence, W. D. Rollyson to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley stating that General Sigel should select staff from West Virginia regiments, Senate Chamber, Wheeling, West Virginia, February 25, 1864

21. Correspondence, Jettie M. Sargent to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley asking for discharge of her husband, Pleasant View, Jackson County, West Virginia, March 1, 1864

22. Correspondence, Frederick William Seward, Assistant Secretary of State, to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley concerning publication of laws in the Point Pleasant Register, Department of State, Washington, D.C., March 27, 1865

23. Correspondence, Frederick William Seward, Assistant Secretary of State, to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley asking him to call on the Secretary of State, Department of State, Washington, D.C., March 14, 1866

24. Correspondence, Lieutenant William Shannon to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley seeking pay for home guards, Guyandotte, West Virginia, February 6, 1864

25. Correspondence, Major General F. Sigel to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley wanting information on West Virginia command, Headquarters – Lehigh District, Reading, Pennsylvania, January 28, 1864

26. Correspondence, Major General F. Sigel to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley defending himself for his actions and asking for help, Headquarters – Lehigh District, Reading, Pennsylvania, February 2, 1864

27. Correspondence, Major General F. Sigel to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley stating he has received no positive orders or information from Washington, Reading, Pennsylvania, February 29, 1864

28. Correspondence, Major General F. Sigel to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley concerning the Kline House in Wheeling, Headquarters Department of West Virginia, Cumberland, Maryland, March 25, 1864

29. Correspondence, Major General F. Sigel to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley concerning command, Cumberland, Maryland, March 29, 1864

30. Correspondence, George W. Tippett, publisher of the Point Pleasant Register, to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley seeking copies of the Congressional Globe for political campaign, Point Pleasant, West Virginia, December 12, 1864

31. Correspondence, Captain John S. Witcher to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley asking to leave service and speaking of conditions in Cabell and Wayne counties, Hurricane Bridge, West Virginia, February 22, 1864

32. Correspondence, A. L. Wylie to U.S. Congressman Kellian V. Whaley giving instructions of how to write and read hidden messages written in starch, Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, February 13, 1864

33. Correspondence, Adjutant General E. S. Wood to Lieutenant W. C. Whaley giving him commission as First Lieutenant of the Mason County Riflemen, Office of the Adjutant General, Wheeling, West Virginia, June 27, 1879

34. Typescript copies of Correspondence Files 1-33

35. Account, Honorable Kellian V. Whaley to F and J River (for printing?), February – April 1866 36. Copy of a land warrant of Patrick Henry, Governor of Virginia, 1783

37. Booklet of songs for the Third Annual Dinner of the Ohio Commandery, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Burnet House, February 10, 1886

38. Song Book, Tippecanoe Songster

39. Miscellaneous, Page from school attendance record, A. Steven teacher, school No. 1, October 4, 1865

40. Correspondence, J. M. Blair, First Lieutenant commanding Company C of the 31st Virginia Regiment to Major J. W. Daniel seeking passage to Charlottesville, signed for approval by Lieutenant General Richard S. Ewell, Camp, 31st Virginia Regiment, March 7, 1864


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