PENNSYLVANIA CAPTAIN’S COMMISSION FOR ELI DAUGHTERY - CO. K, 210TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

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Dated Harrisburg, PA, 7 November 1864. Pre-printed state commission document, 16” x 13, w/ state seal, signed by Eli Slifer, Secretary of the Commonwealth.  Double matted in gray & black, mounted in handsome brown frame w/gilt inner trim, 23” x 20.” Exhibits fold-marks, w/light soiling along center fold. Else VG.

A resident of Lebanon County, Eli Daugherty enlisted as a Captain and was commissioned into Co. “K”, 93rd Pennsylvania Infantry, 10/21/1861. He was listed as WIA at Fair Oaks, VA, 5/31/1862, and as resigning his commission 11/8/1862. Nearly two years later he was commissioned Captain into Co. “K”, 210th Infantry, with which he served during the Siege of Petersburg through the concluding Appomattox Campaign, and was mustered out with his unit following the Grand Review, 5/30/1865. During their brief service—Sept. 1864 /April 1865-- the 210th PA Infantry 40 killed and mortally wounded.  The 93rd PA with which he earlier served lost 162 killed and mortally wounded and 112 to disease for a total 174.

Fine commission memento of a Pennysylvania Captain with service in two Regiments, the 93rd and 210th PA. Captain Daugherty, a member of Camp 254, Sons of America, Post 42, GAR, died in 1917 and was buried in Shaefferstown, Lebanon County, PA. Accompanied by a brief amount of internet research material.  [jp][ph:L]

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