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Contains 2 Results:

Letter from John H. Crozier of Washington City, D.C. to Levi Truehitt about locating Mrs. Jamison's husband in the muster rolls to acquire a pension for her. Also is a Jan. 7th letter from pension agent L. B. True of Washington City, D.C. about being unable to locate Mr. Jamison on the rolls, 1848 January 7-1848 January 8

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: This collection, the John Crozier/L. B. True/Levi Truehitt Correspondence, 1848, consists of one sheet of paper containing two separate letters regarding the pension claim of a Mrs. Jamison: one note from L. B. True to John Crozier (dated January 7, 1848) and a second from Crozier to Levi Truehitt (dated January 8, 1848). In the first letter, L. B. True of the pension office in Washington, D.C. tells John Crozier in D.C. about not being able to locate the name of Mr. Jamison in muster rolls....
Dates: 1848 January 7-1848 January 8

Envelope to Truehitt of Cleveland, Tenn., from Crozier, 1848 January 8

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents Note From the Collection: This collection, the John Crozier/L. B. True/Levi Truehitt Correspondence, 1848, consists of one sheet of paper containing two separate letters regarding the pension claim of a Mrs. Jamison: one note from L. B. True to John Crozier (dated January 7, 1848) and a second from Crozier to Levi Truehitt (dated January 8, 1848). In the first letter, L. B. True of the pension office in Washington, D.C. tells John Crozier in D.C. about not being able to locate the name of Mr. Jamison in muster rolls....
Dates: 1848 January 8