Volunteer Enlistment Papers & Muster Rolls of Henry Clay Dickinson

Title

Volunteer Enlistment Papers & Muster Rolls of Henry Clay Dickinson

Subject

Dickinson, Henry Clay, 1843-1926
Civil War--enlistment papers

Description

Photocopy of 2 page enlistment form of Henry Clay Dickinson (1843-1926) of Amherst, Mass, who enlisted on Sep. 12th, 1864 for one year (or the duration) in the 29th Unattached Heavy Artillery Volunteers.
Includes 3 page photocopy of his attendance and muster roll up to when he mustered out on June 16th, 1865.

His daughter, Kate Irene Dickinson (1876-1959), married George F. Howland (1867-1958) and lived in Conway, Mass.

Original document filed in Records of the Adjutant General's Office, 1780's-1917, National Archives, Washington, D.C.

Creator

Adjutant General's Office, Washington, D.C.

Date

1864-1865

Contributor

Gift of Francis Henry Manwell (1907-1997), nephew of George & Kate Howland.

Source

CHS

Rights

CHS. Fair use.

Format

None

Type

Text.

Identifier

CHS-1991-067

Coverage

Conway, Mass.

Identifier

016

Tags

Citation

Adjutant General's Office, Washington, D.C., “Volunteer Enlistment Papers & Muster Rolls of Henry Clay Dickinson,” Conway Historical Society, accessed June 18, 2018, http://conwaymasshistory.org/items/show/537.