|Object Name||REPORT --LETTER, ORIGINAL|
|Collection||CONFEDERATE MILITARY LEADERS COLLECTION|
|Scope & Content||
John Pegram: Wartime Documents
Physical Appearance: Two wartime documents, one concerning Brigadier General John Pegram's staff horses and a letter from Pegram to Mrs. Randolph: a) March 13, 1863 - H[ea]d Q[uarte]rs Cav[alry] Brig[ade] - Certification of the value placed on horses belonging to Brig[adier] Gen[era]l John Pegram and his staff. Lists type of horse, its height, value, and to whom it belongs. Signed, "N. C. Langford" Capt[ain]; "E. G. Shannon" 2nd L[ieutenan]t; and "R. T. Daniel" A[ssistant] A[djutant] G[eneral]. 1 page. Marks: "Metal Case 3 L 4" on reverse. b) May 19, [1863 or 1864?] - letter from Jno. [John] Pegram at Linden Row, [Richmond, Virginia], to Mrs. Randolph - Thanks her for the present and inquiries. States he sent Tuck[er]'s and Frank's letter to Mr. Daniel, requesting that it be forwarded to Mr. Randolph. Mentions that he talked a man the day before who said 'he never saw a more gallant man than Tucker." Signed, "Jno. Pegram" 1 page, written in pencil. Marks: "Metal Case 3 P 22" on reverse.
|Archival History||Documents pertaining to John Pegram were formerly located in the MC 3 P-577 files.|