INK SIGNED CDV OF WILLIAM MAYBERRY OF THE 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY

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Vignette bust image of William Mayberry in the double piped shell jacket peculiar to the 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry.

Clarity is good but the contrast is a bit grainy. Paper is good. Top of mount is trimmed. The bottom has a nice strong period ink ID of “YOURS TRULY WM. W. MAYBERRY COM. C 15 P.V.C.”

Reverse has photographer’s imprint for MORSE’S GALLERY OF THE CUMBERLAND…NASHVILLE, TENN.

William W. Mayberry was residing in Philadelphia when he enlisted as a Private in Company C, 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry on February 5, 1864. He was transferred to Company A just before being discharged on June 21, 1865.

The 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry was organized in October of 1862 and was assigned to the Army of the Cumberland. The regiment saw action at Stones River, Mossy Creek and several smaller skirmishes. During its service the regiment lost 128 officers and men killed, died of wounds and disease plus many others wounded. [ad]

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