|Description||Epaulet: One of a pair of epaulets (.13.876a-b) consisting of brass crescents with gold thread fringe on shoulder boards. The boards have yellow silk liners. The pair of epaulettes are attached to a kidney-shaped paper box (.876c) with a black cover. The box has a label which reads, "Canfield & Company."|
|Owned||William T. Parks|
|Made||Canfield Brothers and Company|
|Provenance||"Col. William T. Parks of Matompkin, Accomack County, Virginia wore this pair of epaulettes. He was born on October 27, 1845 and died July 9, 1896. He was in command of troops at Conquest Chapel in Accomack County and served during the war."|
Parks, William T.