Civil War Wash, DC 1863 12th New Hampshire Regimental Cover, Chaplain Signed
No letter enclosed, addressed to Laconia, NH from John P. Clay, 12th NH, who was killed from wounds in 1864. Signed by Thomas Ambrose, Chaplain who also died in 1864. Cover with light old spotting and back flap tears. Residence was not listed; 27 years old. Enlisted on 8/14/1862 as a Private. On 9/9/1862 he mustered into "I" Co. NH 12th Infantry He died of wounds on 6/23/1864 at Fort Monroe, VA He was listed as: Wounded 6/17/1864 Petersburg, VA. Residence Ossipee NH; a 33 year-old Minister. Enlisted on 9/17/1862 at Ossipee, NH as a Chaplain. On 9/17/1862 he was commissioned into Field & Staff NH 12th Infantry He died of wounds on 8/19/1864 at Fort Monroe, VA He was listed as: POW 5/3/1863 Chancellorsville, VA (Paroled) Wounded 7/24/1864 Petersburg, VA (Severely wounded in right leg, amputated). From Historical Data Systems, Inc. And it will take you to our store where covers are broken down by category.
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