|Object Name||GENERAL ORDERS|
|Date||October 8, 1862|
|Scope & Content||
Head Quarters, Army, Valley District, General Orders, No. 102, October 8, 1862
Physical Appearance: October 8, 1862 - H[ea]d Q[uarte]rs, Army, Valley District, General Orders, No. 102} - Contains charges, specifications, verdicts, and sentences of below listed solders brough before court-martial, held in the 1st Brigade camp: Private Daniel Roderick, Co. F, 33rd Virginia Infantry on charge of desertion; Private Tilman Sandy, Co. B, 2nd Virginia Infantry on charge of desertion; Private John Sandy, Co. B, 2nd Virginia Infantry on charge of desertion; Private Thomas I. Shaver, Co. F, 27th Virginia Infantry on charge of desertion; and Private Laurence McNamara, Co. H, 27th Virginia Infantry on charges of willful disobedience of orders and highly insubordinate conduct. By command of Maj[or] Gen[era]l T[homas] J[onathan] Jackson. Signed, "E. F. Paxton," A[cting] A[ssistant] A[djutant] Gen[era]l. 2 pp. Marks: "No. 19 - Case J-" and "J-19-2" on page 1; "J No. 516 / Metal Case 3" on page 2.
|Archival History||This set of general orders was formerly located in the MC 3 J-517 files. Dr. Douglas S. Freeman listed it in his "Calendar of Confederate Papers," pages 294-295, number J-19-2.|
|Subjects||CML JACKSON COLLECTION|