CIVIL War Letter Soldier Dies Of Gunshot Wound Battle Of Williamsburg
Private Pat Tuman served a year with the 6th New Jersey Volunteers before he was mortally wounded in the Battle of Williamsburg, Virginia may 5, 1862 during the Peninsula Campaign, and died a week later at Mill Creek Hospital, Fort Monroe, Virginia. An original Civil War letter with a rare Mill Creek Hospital letterhead from Surgeon John Wesley Hunt, to Tuman's 6th New Jersey Company C Commander, informing him that Private Tuman has died from the effects of a Gun-Shot Wound received at the Battle of Williamsburg. P 8 x 11 ptd/ink. Edge wear, age stains, Overall VG. Comes w service info- Private Tuman is buried at Hampton National Cemetery. General Orders and other imprints. All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be authentic and in the condition as described.
PLEASE READ DETAILS OF THE ITEM DESCRIPTION. I TRY TO DESCRIBE ALL ITEMS ACCURATELY. The item "CIVIL WAR LETTER SOLDIER DIES OF GUNSHOT WOUND BATTLE OF WILLIAMSBURG" is in sale since Sunday, November 4, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Correspondence, Mail".
The seller is "99counties" and is located in Winterville, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, Mexico.