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Coleman-Moseley family papers, Furlough document dated 29 July 1864

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Abstract

Papers, 1862-1864, including a furlough, letter, and receipts of the Coleman and Moseley families of Buckingham County, Virginia. Includes a furlough, 29 July 1864, for W.L. Gregory of Buckingham County, Virginia; tax receipt, 1863, for William H. Coleman of Buckingham County, Virginia; and a bill, 1864 August 5, for furniture shipped on board the canal boat "Bell of Pemberton," by B.S. and Epps. Of note is the letter, 4 July 1863, from John Winn Moseley, on the battlefield of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, to his mother in Buckingham County, Virginia, informing her that he is mortally wounded.

Bibliographic Citation

Coleman-Moseley family papers, 1862-1866. Accession 44358, Civil War 150 Legacy Project, The Library of Virginia, Richmond Va. 23219.

Provenance

Lent for scanning by Virginia Coleman Hoag