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 County: Berkeley County, WV
[Receipt for issues, May 1, 1864]

[Receipt for issues, May 1, 1864]

Date: May 1, 1864
Creator: Platner, Lt. Col. J. S.
Description: Invoice created by Lt. Col. J. S. Platner for 15 unserviceable Starr breech-loading carbines. The issues were received by Platner at Martinsburg, West Virginia from Lt. Hamilton K. Redway. The invoice is dated May 1, 1864.
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[Receipt for issues, May 1, 1864]

[Receipt for issues, May 1, 1864]

Date: May 1, 1864
Creator: Platner, Lt. Col. J. S.
Description: Invoice created by Lt. Col. J. S. Platner for 15 unserviceable Starr breech-loading carbines. The issues were received by Platner at Martinsburg, West Virginia from Lt. Hamilton K. Redway. The invoice is dated May 1, 1864.
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[General court martial order, April 12, 1864]

[General court martial order, April 12, 1864]

Date: April 12, 1864
Creator: Cather, T. A.
Description: General court martial order sent to Lieut. H. K. Redway summoning him to a court session on April 13, 1864 at 10 o'clock. The session was being held in Martinsburg, West Virgina. Lieut. Redway would be part of the defense in the case of U. S. vs. John Whittey, Jr., 1st N. Y. Veteran Cavalry.
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[Letter from Hamilton K. Redway to Loriette C. Redway, April 14, 1864]

[Letter from Hamilton K. Redway to Loriette C. Redway, April 14, 1864]

Date: April 14, 1864
Creator: Redway, Hamilton K.
Description: Letter from Hamilton K. Redway to Loriette C. Redway which discusses that Redway longs to receive letters from Loriette. He details that his regiment is being moved, but does not have additional information about the location they are moving to. He asks Loriette to write anyways regardless of their move and tells her to take care of herself. He sends his love to his children in the letter's closing. The letter was written while Redway was stationed near Martinsburg,West Virginia.
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[Tribute of Respect]

[Tribute of Respect]

Date: unknown
Creator: Watson, E. S.
Description: Tribute of Respect to the Officers and Soldiers of the First N. Y. Veteran Cavalry written by E. S. Watson, a member of Company "F." The tribute includes an introduction detailing the camaraderie felt between those who serve together during active duty as well as a poem that tells the tale of the First N. Y. Veteran Cavalry.
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