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Special Orders, No. 103. Discharge of Morris Brown, Jr., 126th New York Infantry, effective December 13, 1862 to receive promotion, Headquarter, Department of Washington, June 5, 1863
Certificate conferring on Morris Brown, Jr., the rank of 1st Lieutenant of the 126th New York Regiment of Infantry as of December 13, 1862, signed by Horatio Seymour, governor, and John T. Spraque, Adjutant General, February 13, 1863 [no images]
Printed letter requesting biographical information about the late Captain Morris Brown, Jr., 126th New York Infantry, of Penn Yan, New York, from Lockwood L. Doty, Chief of Bureau of the Bureau of Military Statistics of the State of New York, Albany, New
Volunteeer enlistment, State of New York, Town of Milo, for Morris Brown, Jr., Geneva, New York, August 11, 1862
Return of ordnance form for Captain Morris Brown, Jr., Company A, 126th New York Volunteers, 2nd Corps, June 18, 1864 [newspaper clipping]
Muster-out roll of Morris Brown Jr., First Lieutenant, 126th New York State Volunteers, Centreville, Virginia, June 16, 1863
Muster-out roll of Morris Brown Jr., First Lieutenant, 126th New York State Volunteers, Centreville, Virginia, June 16, 1863
Three orders issued by Brigadier General Ames in June 1864
Five orders issued in June 1864
Three administrative documents dated December 1862
Military order, signed by Pease, William R., February 5, 1863
Doctor's certificate, signed by Edward Loomis, February 20, 1863
Return of men absent from the 114th N.Y. Volunteers
List of the guard, August 27, 1862
Order, by order of Lieutenant Colonel A.D.C. J. A. Haskin, October 29, 1862
Order, by order of Lieutenant Colonel A.D.C. J. A. Haskin, December 30, 1862
Subpoena, signed by Captain and Judge Advocate C.D. Benedict, February 17, 1863
Report of a guard mounted at Fort Alexander on the 11th Sept. 9 AM. And relieved on the 12th Sept. 9 A.M. [September 13, 1862]
Report of a guard mounted at Fort Alexander on the 12th of Sept. and relieved on the 13th of Sept. [September 13, 1862]
Report of a guard mounted at Fort Alexander on the 13th and relieved on the 14th Sept. 1862 [September 14, 1862]
Report of a guard mounted at Fort Alexander on the 16th of Sept 1862 and relieved on the 17th [September 17, 1862]
Boarding receipt, signed by Horace P. Porter, September 26, 1864
Consolidated morning report of the One Hundred and Seventeenth New York Vols commanded by Colonel William R. Pease [December 10, 1862]
Sub-muster-in roll of Volunteers enlisted by Lieut Thomas for the Regiment organizing in the 19th District, commanded by Colonel Wm R. Pease called into the Service of the United States, by proclamation of the President, from the Twelfth day of September