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Child of the Rebellion: West Virginia Sesquicentennial
Civil War Union Militia Correspondence


Camp near Nestorville Barbour Co W. Va
May 28 1864

Geo. W. Brown
Q M. Genl West Va

Sir
I shall be compelled to ask you to be so- kind as to fill a small bill for clothing for my men and forward it to me-

Say One dozen shirts. Twelve pair pants. Six- woolen Blankets. Twelve pairs of drawers. Fifteen- blouses lined. This small bill of clothing would- be quite an accommodation to the men at this time.

If it should so happen that they should draw- more than they are allowed by the regulations could not the several amounts be deducted out of their pays next pay day. I shall keep an accurate account of all the clothing they draw.

I am Sir Very Respectfully
Your most Obt. Servt
M. T. Haller Capt
Comdg Barbour. Scouts

Transcription by Angela Mink, undergraduate student enrolled in Dr. Billy Joe Peyton’s Fall 2010 “Introduction to Public History” at West Virginia State University


Militia Box 01, Folder 4

West Virginia Archives and History