MATTED PAROLE FOR 49TH TENNESSEE CONFEDERATE

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Item Code: 1054-1198

Pre-printed parole filled out in period ink for one Private D. Hallaburton of Company F, 49th Tennessee Infantry. Parole is dated May 10, 1865 at Meridian, Mississippi.

The parole is readable and in good condition. It has one horizontal and four vertical folds with light scattered surface dirt and staining. The parole is overwrapped with plastic on a piece of cardboard and then the whole thing is taped to a double white mat.

D. Hallaburton enlisted in Company F, 49th Tennessee on December 24, 1861. Nothing else is known of his service. The 49th saw action at Fort Henry and Fort Donelson as well as Franklin and Bentonville.

The parole is signed by Colonel Henry Bertram of the 20th Wisconsin. Bertram enlisted as a Private in the 3rd Wisconsin and in July 1862 transferred to the 20th as a 1st Lieutenant and moved up through the ranks to Colonel by the end of the war.  [ad]

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