PERSONAL LETTERS AND DOCUMENTS OF THE

STEWART AND BARNES FAMILIES
1813 1931


Barnes Family Letters
1862


Form No = 4

          Certificate to be given a Soldier at the time of his discharge

I certify that the within named Richmond Mclnnis a private of Captain J. T. Fairlys Company I, 7th Mississippi Regiment, born in Covington County Miss, aged twenty years, five feet eleven inches high, fair complexion, blue eyes, black hair, and by profession a farmer, was enlisted by Captain B. F. Johns at Bay St. Louis on the 17th day of September 1861, to serve one year, and now is entitled to an honorable discharge on account of constitutional debility.

           The said Richmond Mclnnis was last paid by paymaster S. E. Rumble to enclude the thirteth day of April eighteen hundred and sixty two (1862), and has pay due from that time to the present date. Their is due him thirty dollars and thirty one cents ($30.31).

           Their is due him ________ dollars on account of clothing not drawn in kind tra clothing, &c.

           Given in duplicate in Camps near Saltillo Mi this the 23rd day of July, 1862

J. T. Fairly Captain
Commanding Company I, 7th Mi Regt



(On Back)
           B. Leonard
           I hereby authorize D. I. Mclnnis to colect all money due me from the Confederate States including fifty dollars bounty
Richmond Mclnnis
           Acknowledge before me this the 27 of November 1862
Fredrick Pope
Judge of the Probate Court
Covington County State of Mississippi
           Final Statement in the case of R. Mclnnis Co. I, 7th Mi Regt
Soldiers Discharge






To all whom it may concern

Know ye that J. N. Mclnnis a Sergernt in Capt J. T. Fairlys Co. I, 7th Miss Vols, of the Confederate States Army was enlised by Capt B. F. Johns at Bay St Louis on the 11th day of September 1861, to serve one year is honorably discharged from the Army of the Confederate States.

W. N. Bishop
Col. Cong. 7th Miss Regt.
Said Sergt. J. N. Mclnnis was born in Covington County State of Miss, twenty four years of age, five feet ten inches high, fair complexion, blue eyes, black hair and by profession when enlisted a farmer. Given in Camps this 23rd August 1862
J. T. Fairly Capt
ComgCo. I, 7th Mi Regt

Discharge
in case of J. N. Mclnnis
Sergt. Co I 7th Miss Regt.
Transportation has
been furnished from
Chattanooga to
Shoe Boot Miss
J. D. Thomas
Maj & Post QM





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