The Civil War in Texas: An Exhibit from the Texas State Library and Archives

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C.G. Wood to James E. McCord, October 10, 1863

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C.G. Wood to J.E. McCord, October 1863

Company sets forth facts that I know to
exist, and if you can assist him in getting
a discharge upon the statement it will be an
act of humanity. I therefore approve of
his discharge and would respectfully
recommend the same[.]

Very Respectfully
Your obt Servt
WG _______[?]
Capt Co “K” Mt Regt TST

Col JE McCord
Camp Colorado

Approved for discharge
J.E. McCord
Col Mtd Reg’t
Texas State Troops

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C.G. Wood to James E. McCord, October 10, 1863. Records of the Adjutant General, General Correspondence.

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