|Collection||CONFEDERATE MILITARY LEADERS COLLECTION|
|Scope & Content||
Lynchburg Beauregard Artillery to Mrs. Lynch, May 19, 1862
Physical Appearance: May 19, 1862 - The men of "Lynchburg Beauregard Artillery Company" at Camp Drum, to Mrs. Lynch, Petersburg, V[irgini]a - a note of thanks for some buttermilk sent to the soldiers' camp, written in Brigadier General William N. Pendleton's hand (according to donor). List of men from Mess No. 2: Amos Hamlet, Hunter Marshall, Cass Smith, Willie Folkes, Jimmie Rucker, Johnny Payne, Nash Wood, McHenry Jones. The note is written on the front and back of a page torn from a memo book.
Dimensions: [H]3.75" __[W]2.25"
|Archival History||The donor found this note in a prayer book, belonging to her great uncle, James Lynch. The prayer book (BK-900528) is part of the Religious Works Collection. A note from the donor indicates that handwriting on the note belongs to Brig. Gen. William N. Pendleton.|