Three Civil War New Hampshire Veterans, One Severely Wounded, Thanks Politician

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1 pg, ALS, Merideth, NH, June 11, 1917, by three New Hampshire Civil War veterans thanking Stephen S. Jewett, a prominent lawyer, politician and speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives for speech he made before the Grand Army of the Republic, an organization for veterans of the Union Army.

Letter is signed by George McCrillis, who was mustered into ā€œIā€ Co. NH 12th Infantry on September 9, 1862, and mustered out at Richmond on June 21, 1865. He was promoted to Corporal in 1863 and Sergeant in 1864; George Estes, also mustered into ā€œIā€ Co. on December 20, 1861, and was discharged for wounds on November 4, 1863 at Baton Rouge, LA. Estes suffered a severe wound in the left arm, which resulted in amputation; Albert J. Kidder, who was mustered into NH Lafayette Artillery on August 1, 1864 and mustered out on September 23, 1864. Soldier histories included.

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