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Ordnance Office 2nd Corps

A.N.V. March 7th 1863

Lt

            You will turn over to Lt Pollock Act’g Ass’t Qrmr over half of the wagons and teams in the reserve Ordnance Train of your Division, this to include the forage wagons and teams attached to the train, as well as the Ordnance wagons proper. All the Artillery Ammunition and stores in your possession will be turned over at the same time in those wagons to Lt J. M. Gregory, Chf. Ordnance Artillery 2nd Corps. You will be most careful to make this division of the wagons, horses and harness to equal in every respect

By order of Lt Gen Jackson

W. Allan1

Capt & Chf Ord 2nd Corps

Lt Brockenbrough       A.N.V.

Actg. Chf. Ord. A.P. Hill’s Div.

 

Source: The Archives of the Robert E. Lee Memorial Foundation, Papers of the Lee Family, Box 8, M2009.324

Transcribed by Caitlin Connelly, 2016 July 13

 

1. William Allan (1837-1889). He was born in Winchester Gardens, Virginia, and served in the quartermaster department under Stonewall Jackson.

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