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2nd Lieutenant Joseph Sutton, 17th Indiana Volunteers, Company C, to Provost Marshal General Colonel John G. Parkhurst, Department Cumberland

By 1838-1903 Joseph Sutton


Sutton acknowledges receipt of letter of January 31, 1865 and requests that his arms, which are enumerated, be restored to him at earliest convenience. On the reverse side, Captain Adams, assistant provost marshal, replies that the articles mentioned cannot be located. The pieces were turned over by Captain S.A. Wiggins to Captain Scofield, who is incommunicado.Parkhurst, John G. (John Gibson), 1824-1906; Sutton, Joseph, 1838-19031860s (1860-1869)Gravelly Springs (Ala.); Nashville (Tenn.)600ppiCivil War Military FrontDC046This Civil War Military Front collection was funded by LSTA. Captain Adams answered Sutton's inquiry on the reverse side of the letter

Topics: United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Sutton, Joseph, 1838-1903; Wiggins, S.A.; Scofield, Captain
Year: 1865
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