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Record Group Number: 900000
Series/Collection Number: M75- 89
Creator: Messer, George W.
Title, Dates: Papers, 1861-1908.
Amount: 4.00 items
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Biographical/Historical:     George W. Messer of Dellwood, Florida served in Company D of the 17th Regiment of the Georgia Volunteers during the Civil War. The regiment was commonly called the Decatur Guards.
Summary:     Contained in the collection are the personal papers of George W. Messer, most of which relate to his service in the Civil War. Included are a certification of his membership in the Decatur Guards and letter, both from Judge J. H. Martin; a roll of the Decatur Guards; and a recorded copy of his parole from the Army of Northern Virginia dated April 10, 1865 and certified by W. A. McRae, clerk of the Circuit Court of Jackson County.
Finding Aids: Item listing available.
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Reproduction Note: Photocopies.
Location of Originals/Duplicates: Originals in possession of donor.
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Subject Access Fields: Confederate States of America. Army.  --Georgia Volunteers, 17th.
United States History Civil War, 1861-1865
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