3 edition of Annual report of Jared I. Whitaker, Commissary General of Georgia, September 30th, 1864 found in the catalog.
Annual report of Jared I. Whitaker, Commissary General of Georgia, September 30th, 1864
Georgia. Commissary General"s Office
|Series||Confederate imprints, 1861-1865 -- reel 39, no. 1585|
|Contributions||Whitaker, Jared I|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||11|
On that day, he mustered into Company G of the 79th New York. From there he transferred intra-regimentally to Company A on , and to Company B on J During his service in Company B, he was promoted to corporal on Septem On December 1, , he was promoted to sergeant effective upon his transfer to Company D. Standard atlas of Lapeer County, Michigan: including a plat book of the villages, cities and townships of the county, map of the United States and world, patrons directory, reference business directory and departments devoted to general information.
Georgia. The Atlanta papers have just pub lished the reports of CoL Jared L Wbitaker, Com missary General of Georgia, showing the quantities of salt distributed to the fa nilies of soldiers in that Stale, and also the expenditures for supplies for the Georgia State troops. The Intelligencer, in pub lishing the report in relation to supplies, says. On J , General Gardner was assigned command of the military prisons in states east of the Mississippi, excluding Georgia and Alabama. On Novem , he was in com mand at Salisbury, North Carolina, and from January, , to April 2d, he commanded the post at Richmond, Virginia.
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POyrrJ Duke University Libraries DT ANNUAL REPORT OF JARED I. WHITAKER, COMMISSARY GENERAL OF GEORGIA, SEPTEMBER 30tii, 18G COMMISSARY GENERAL'S OFFICE, Macon, Ga.
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Whitaker, Commissary General of Georgia: for the fiscal year, ending October 15th, (Milledgeville, Ga.: Boughton, Nisbet, Barnes & Moore, ), by Georgia. Commissary General (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Virginia -- History -- Civil War, -- Equipment and supplies. Of this sum $, has been returned by Lieut.
Col. Jared I Whitaker, Commissary General, and $50, by Lieut. Col. Ira R. Foster, Quartermaster General, and $58, by Major L. McIntosh, Chief of Ordinance, for stores in their respective departments, sold to officers under the army regulations, and to the Confederacy after the State.
Annual report of Jared I. Whitaker, ending October 15th, | Georgia. Commissary General | Whitaker, Jared I | XML: An Appeal to the Federal soldiers | New May 2, [submitting an estimate of appropriation required to supply the deficiency for the year ending 30th June,in the appropriation for salaries of judges, etc.
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Thomas Glascock, of the Revolution. The th regiment was organized at Syracuse, New York and Company K was mustered in Septem The regiment left for Petersburg, Virginia on Septem and was attached to the 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 5th Army corps of.
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