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Colonel Alexander R. Boteler to "Townes," February 25, 1862
Physical Appearance: February 25, 1862 - A[lexander] R[obinson] Boteler at Richmond, [Virginia], to "Townes" - Informs him of permission received from the Secretary [of War] for Townes to raise a company at once. Advises that, if he can raise a regiment, he can be immediately commissioned a Colonel. Encloses a letter for [Major] Gen[era]l [Thomas J.] Jackson, to be delivered if he has problems getting a furlough from his Colonel. Signed, "A. R. Boteler." 1 page. Marks: "Metal Case 3 B 240." <<
|Archival History||Alexander R. Boteler served as Col. and Volunteer Aide-de-Camp to "Stonewall" Jackson from May 30, 1862 into August 1862. He also served as Col. and VADC to J. E. B. Stuart from August 15, 1863 through May 1864.|
Boteler, Alexander R.