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Title:[Letter] 1844 May 28, Gallatin, Tennessee / W.H. Hall : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author: Hall, W.H.
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Date: May 28, 1844
Extent: 1p
Summary:This is a letter from Commandant W.H. Hall dated May 28, 1844. He states that the Clay Guards, a company in the Tennessee Militia has been organized is fully uniformed.
Collection:Governor James Jones Papers
Box:2
Folder:10
Document:sl630
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I Hereby Certify that an Independent Volunteer Company has been raised in the Town of Gallatin Sumner County numbering about Fifty Strong rank & file called the Clay Guards & that they are in Complete uniform & regulaily [regularly] organized having Elected their officer & given under my hand at Gallatin this 28th May 1844.

WH Hall
[added: Commandant of the
56 Regiment [unclear: TM [Tennessee Militia] ]]



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