1867 BOUNTY DOCUMENT

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Bounty document, dated February 18th 1867 for Francis W. Edwards of Washington, D.C.  A fine condition document with bold and clear ink writing.  Paymaster J. W. Nicholls writes to Edwards with his discharge and a check for $100 as final settlement of his bounty.  Document is signed at the bottom by Edwards with a note of acknowledgement.

The American Civil War Database lists a Francis W. Edwards as a veteran of the 1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery who was wounded at Spotsylvania and subsequently lost his right leg.  Edwards died in Washington, D.C. in 1900.  [JC]

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