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Name Jordan, Thomas
Notes Dates: Life dates unknown

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Letter - 1917.042.00130

Thomas Jordan to General P. G. T. Beauregard, July 25, 1864 Physical Appearance: July 25, 1864 - Thomas Jordan at Richmond, V[irgini]a, to General [Pierre] G[ustave] T[outant] Beauregard - In this ten-page letter, Jordan denies that he has made a "bitter enemy" of Adjutant & Inspector General Samuel Cooper, based on any criticism by Jordan. Signed by Jordan.

Orders, Military - FIC2015.00424

Correspondence, handwritten; Thomas Jordan to Captain John Lay, October 28, 1861 7" x 4 1/2"

Pass - CML-JFG.2a-i

Passes & Telegram Issued to Major General and/or Mrs. Jeremey F. Gilmer, 1863-1865 Physical Appearance: Passes granted to Major General Jeremy Francis Gilmer and/or his wife during 1863-1865: CML-JFG.2a. October 5, 1863 - Head Quarters, Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida, Charleston, S[outh] C[arolina] - Permits Mrs. [Jeremy Francis] Gilmer to pass through Charleston via the North Eastern railroads. By command of General Beauregard. Signed "Thomas Jordan" Col[onel]. 1 page. CML-JFG.2b. October 6, 1863 - Confederate States War Department, Richmond, V[irgini]a - Pass granting Mrs. J[eremy] F[rancis] Gilmer, Mrs. A. R. Lawton, and white servant girl permission

Letter--original - FIC2015.00442

Letter, Original; Thomas Jordan to J. W. Haynes, October 9, 1862; from the Head Quarters of the Department of South Carolina and Georgia, Charleston, S.C.; strength of soldiers 8 1/4" x 10 3/8"

Letter--original - FIC2015.00474

Letter, Original; Thomas Jordan to Huston Lee; October 18, 1862, from the headquarters of the Department of South Carolina and Georgia, Charleston; Medical Directs 11 1/2" x 8 1/4"

Letter - CML-TJJ.5

Brigadier General Thomas J. Jackson to Colonel Thomas Jordan, August 16, 1861 Physical Appearance: August 16, 1861 - Thomas Jonathan Jackson at Head Q[uarte]rs, 1st Brigade, to Colonel Thomas Jordan, Assistant Adjutant General - Acknowledges that General Beauregard has the "colors" of the 1st Michigan Regiment. Notes that Private James Glenn of Company A, 27th Virginia Infantry was the one who captured them. Requests that Beauregard return the flag(s) to him by the letter's bearer, Lieutenant Colonel Jones, as Jackson "desires having our mention made of the capture, and then dispose of the colors as Gen[eral] Johnston may direct." Signed, "T. J. Jackson" Brigadier General, Provisional Ar

SPECIAL ORDERS --GENERAL ORDERS - CML-WBT.7a-k

William Booth Taliaferro Papers: Special Orders and General Orders, 1862-1865 Physical Appearance: This folder of the William Booth Taliaferro Papers contains the following Special Orders and General Orders from 1862 through 1865: a) March 10, 1862 - Richmond, V[irgini]a, [Special] Order - Appoints L[ieutenan]t W. B. Pendleton of the 23rd V[irgini]a R[egimen]t [Infantry] as Assistant Adjutant General on his staff. Signed, "Wm. B. Taliaferro" Brig[adier] Gen[era]l, P[rovisional] A[rmy], C[onfederate] S[tates]. b) September 4, 1862 - H[ead] Q[uarte]rs Army of Northern V[irgini]a, Leesburg, Gen[era]l Orders, No. [102] - Concerns reduction of transportation, conduct of the army in M

Correspondence - FIC2015.00410

Correspondence, original, circular; Thomas Jordan to Captain Lay at his camp; Camp Pickens, June 13, 1861, Orders for couriers to to report to headquarters of General Bonham at Centerville; 9 3/4" x 8"

Orders, Military - FIC2015.00411

Correspondence, from Headquarters, Department of Alexandria, Camp Pickens, June 14th 1861; General Order No. 15; regarding rations for cavalry and draught animals; forage regulations for Cavalry officers; signed, "By order of Brig. Genl. Beauregard, Thomas Jordan, Acting Adgt. General; for Capt. Lay, Commanding "Powhatan Troops" 9 3/4" x 8"

Correspondence - FIC2015.00412

Correspondence, original; from Thomas Jordan, A. A. G. to Captain John F. Lay, Commanding Powhatan Troops; June 15th, 1861; regarding covering a detached unit; 9 3/4" x 8"

Orders, Military - FIC2015.00413

Correspondence, original; from Thomas Jordan, A. A. G. by order of Brig. Genl. Beauregard to Captain John F. Lay, Commanding Powhatan Troops; July 3, 1861; from the headquarters of the Army of the Potomac (Confederate); Special Orders, NO. 84; regarding engagement with the enemy; 3rd, 4th, 6th Brigades pprovisions; supply for brigades; 22 3/4" x 7 3/4"

Orders, Military - FIC2015.00414

Correspondence, original; from Thomas Jordan, A. A. A. G. by order of Genl. Beauregard to Captain John F. Lay, Commanding Powhatan Troops; July 6, 1861; from the headquarters of the Army of the Potomac (Confederate), Manassas Junction; Special Orders, No. 94; regarding Captian Utterback's Company of Culpepper Cavalry; 10" x 7 3/4"

Orders, Military - FIC2015.00418

Orders, handwritten; From Thomas Jordan A. A. G. to Captain John Lay, Captain Commanding Cavalry; August 14, 1861; Special Orders No. 228; regarding a detail for Captian Utterbacks to report with 50 men to major Cabell, Chief Quarter Master as escort to Quarter Master's Train to be sent to Loudoun County; by order of Genl. Beauregard; 10 7/8" x 7 7/8"

Orders, Military - FIC2015.00419

Orders, handwritten; General Orders No. 48, from Command of Genl. Beauregard; August 23, 1861; Appointing Lieutenant R. J. Beauregard C. States Army as the Military Secretary to the General Commanding of the Army of the Potomac (Confederate); 10 7/8" x 7 7/8"

Orders, Military - FIC2015.00421

Orders, handwritten; General Orders, No. 30, April 30, 1862; Head Quarters of the Army of the Mississippi; Corinth Mississippi; list of "Component parts of rations issued to this Army" : Pork or Bacon, Salt or Fresh Beef, Flour or Corn Meal, Flour or Hard Bread, Bearn or Peas, Rice, Coffee, Rhy, Sugar, Molasses, Vinager, Soap, Candles, Star, Tallow; When practical, an extra issue of lard once in five days, 22 1/2" x 7 7/8"

Orders, Military - FIC2015.00422

Orders, handwritten; Special Orders No. [missing], October 17, 1861, Thomas Jordan, A.A.G. by Command of Gen. Beauregard to Captain Lay ; regarding outposts for Army; 9 7/8" x 7 7/8"

Orders, Military - FIC2015.00423

Orders, handwritten; Special Orders No. [missing], October 17, 1861, Thomas Jordan, A.A.G. by Command of Gen. Beauregard to Captain Lay ; regarding outposts for Army; orders for Major Genl. Earl Van Dorn, Brigadier General Bonham, Major General Longstreet; 9 7/8" x 7 7/8"

Orders, Military - FIC2015.00428

Military Order For Capt. John F. Lay General Orders No. 74 Headquarters 1st Corps Army of the Potomac Near Centreville, Nov. 19, 1861 Superiority of officers with the same rank will be determined by date enlistment. signed by Thomas Jordan, A.A.G. to Gen. Beauregard

Correspondence - FIC2015.00429

Correspondence; handwritten, Thomas Jordan to Daniel Hill April 11, 1862, from the headquarters of the army of the Mississippi, Corinth;

Orders, Military - FIC2015.00430

Military Orders, handwritten; General Orders No. 19, Army of the Mississippi, Corinth, Miss, April 21, 1862; Major H. C. King is dismissed from the service in the Confederate States Army, due to his absenteeism 12 3/8" x 7 3/4"