General Order 1st Division Ix Corps, Tennessee, 4 January 1864, Walcott Relieved For Sale
General Order from Head Quarters 1st Division, IX Corps, Camp Near Blue's Cross Roads, Tennessee, 4 January 1864, by command of Brigadier General Edward Ferrero, signed by his adjutant George A. Hicks, an order relieving Lt. Alfred F. Walcott as aide-de-camp to Ferrero and returning him to his regiment, the 21st Massachusetts Infantry. A laudatory order expressing the valuable services of Walcott, part of it reads: "Associated with him for nearly three years, of active service in the field, he parts with him as a friend, and an officer, on whom in the hour of danger he has ever relied." 1 page, 10 in. x 7.75 in.
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General Order 1st Division Ix Corps, Tennessee, 4 January 1864, Walcott Relieved:
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