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Object Name Pouch
Catalog Number 0985.13.00304b
Description The purse is made of calico cloth with a simple draw-thread closure, white in color with bands of red. Other related items are 2 brass buttons (304 & 304a) with the Virginia State Seal and General Service on them, a pen/pencil holder (304c), and a bullet (304d).
Material Fabric/Cloth/Cotton
Owned Philip Mallory Terrill
Owner Regiment 25th Virginia Infantry, Co. G
81st Virginia Militia
Bodyguard - Gen. Richard S. Ewell
12th Virginia Cavalry, Co. B
62nd Virginia Mounted Infantry, Co. A (2nd)
Event Battle of Cedar Creek / Belle Grove
Provenance The buttons, purse, pen holder, and bullet were the effects found on the body of Lt. Philip Mallory Terrill, of Co. A, 62nd Virginia Infantry and Bath County, Virginia, when he was mortally wounded during the Battle of Cedar Creek, near Manchester (Middletown) in Frederick County, Virginia, on November 12, 1864.
People Terrill, Philip Mallory
Search Terms Shenandoah Valley Campaign, 1864
Battle of Cedar Creek / Belle Grove
Subjects Casualties, War
Dead persons
War casualties
Wounded in war
Wounds & injuries