Rare Florida Infantry - Confederate Civil War Soldier - Pow, Armed, Identified
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Rare Florida Infantry - Confederate Civil War Soldier - Pow, Armed, Identified:
Original 1/4 plate ambrotype of Green Speights, Company D, 6th Florida Infantry, information scratched onto the glass above his head. This is a clear glass ambrotype behind mat and glass, with a piece of black velvet placed in the case behind. It is in half of a case, missing its cover. Case dimensions: 4 3/4" x 3 3/4". Very good antique condition very good with some age related spots along the mat edges as seen and some speckling. The emulsion is completely stable with no signs of flaking. Info: Mustered Mar. 17, 1862 Jackson County VolunteersCapt. John L. Hayes102 Enlistment Age:31 Enlistment Date:17 Mar 1862 Enlistment Place:Jackson County, Florida Enlistment Rank:Private Muster Company:D Muster Regiment:6th Infantry Imprisonment Date:19 Mar 1865 Imprisonment Place:Bentonville, North Carolina Complexion:Dark Eye Color:Blue Hair Color:Brown Height:5 ft, 7 3/4 inches Residence Place:Jackson County, Florida Notes:1865-03-25 Confined, (Point Lookout, MD), Estimated date; 1865-06-19 Oath Allegiance, (Point Lookout, MD), Released Title:Soldiers of Florida in the ...Civil War...; Biographical Rosters of Florida's Soldiers 1861-1865 This item will be bubble wrapped and DOUBLE boxed.. outer box will be at least 12" x 12" x 12".. Empty spaces will be completely filled with foam packing peanuts to prevent any crushing or movement. Shipping: Overnight FEDEX with Signature Confirmation. Other shipping methods can be discussed, but please contact me about this before offerding. Please have all questions answered to your complete satisfaction BEFORE committing to purchase! Item is original and as shown - there are NO RETURNS