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1st Regiment Virginia Volunteers Company I records

1st Regiment Virginia Volunteers Company I records, 1859-1861
1st Regiment Virginia Volunteers Company I records
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Records, 1859-1861, of Company I, 1st Regiment Virginia Volunteers, consisting of a roll, 14 December 1859, for Company I, 1st Regiment, Virginia Volunteers; correspondence, 17 July 1860, from Robert F. Morriss to J. A. Johnson regarding the company's appearance in a parade; minutes, 1860 and no year; of court of equiry concerning fines, dues, and resignations; treasurer's reports, 1860-1861, for the company; receipts and accounts, 1860-1861 and no date, for payment of goods and services for the company; letters of resignation, 1860 and no date, from the company; resolutions, 1860 and no date, for membership in the company and from Company G concerning the dedication of its armory; notes and lists regarding payment for dues, uniforms, and other matters, courts-martial, and other matters regarding the company; and envelopes and cover sheets
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The 1st Regiment of Virginia Volunteers was organized 1 May 1851 in Richmond, Virginia, and consisted of nine militia companies. The first lettered designation for companies appeared in 1856. The 1st Regiment was mustered into active service for Virginia at the beginning of the Civil War in April 1861. The Regiment left Richmond for Manassas, Virginia, 25 May 1861, and was mustered into Confederate service 1 July 1861.
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1st Regiment Virginia Volunteers Company I records
  • The Library of Virginia
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Immediate source of acquisition
Heauay, Joseph
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