Kentucky CIVIL War Soldier Discharge 19th Volunteers
General William Jennings Landram of Lancaster, Kentucky commanded the 19th Kentucky Union Infantry for 4 years. An original Civil War Union Army Discharge for Lt Harrison Poulter, 19th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, issued at Louisville, Kentucky January 26, 1865, after 3 years service, noting he is 20 years of age, born in Mercer County, Ky, with physical description. The 1p 8 x 11 eagle illus discharge is signed by Colonel Landrum as regimental commander. Comes w service info- the 19th Kentucky was a Harrodsburg unit, taking heavy losses at Vicksburg & Sabine Crossroads, Louisiana in 1864. Age stains, edge wear, archival repairs, Overall Fair. General Orders and other imprints.
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