The Resource Located in oversize, box 11

Located in oversize, box 11

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1865 Apr. 4
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1865 Apr. 4
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Language
eng
Summary
Letter, 4 April 1865, from William C. Klice (b. ca. 1842) of Company L, 20th New York Cavalry in Richmond, Virginia, to his parents William Klice (b. ca. 1796) and Eliza Klice (b. ca. 1807) of Steuben County, New York, stating that the Confederates evacuated Richmond, Virginia, and the Union army now occupies it, that he is a guard at regimental headquarters in the city, and that his brother Henry Klice (b. ca. 1845) is well. Klice adds that the Union army occupies Petersburg, Virginia
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Biographical or historical data
William C. Klice was born about 1842 in Steuben County, New York. He enlisted in Company L, 20th New York Cavalry 15 September 1864 and served with the regiment before Petersburg and Richmond, Virginia. He was mustered out of service 13 May 1865 and returned home. He moved to Yates County, New York, where he worked as a farm laborer. By 1920, Klice was living in the National Military Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers in Leavenworth County, Kansas.
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Vi
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Letter
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Located in oversize, box 11
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Located in oversize, box 11
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  • The Library of Virginia
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1
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Historical Collectible Auctions
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001537098
Type of unit
leaf

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