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


Camp Nestorville Barbour Co West Va
Oct 22 164

Geo. W. Brown
Q. M Genr’l

Sir,
I have the honor to request of you requisitions for subsistence stores for seventeen men from the thirty first of Oct. inst [sic] to the thirtieth of Nov. 1’64. I have a sufficiency of prove slow on hand for the number of men I may recruit. Your of my men recently left and went into U.S. Service. I send you a list of the names of those remaining.

I should say that your letter of recent date is rec’d informing me that we could not be paid until the meeting of the Legislature This was sad intelligence enough.

Would it be too much for me to request a grant of a small bill of clothing.

Say.8. Rubber Bl
17 Woolen, “ “
4 Oven Coats
26 Army Capt

I have the honor Sir to be Your Most obt. Servt
M.T. Haller Capt
Comdg Barbour Scouts

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


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