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Rare Greensboro, N.C. Parole - N.C. Junior Reserves

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Rare Greensboro parole issued to Private W.C. Allison Co. I., 1st N.C. Junior Reserves.

Private Wm. C. Allison enlisted on July 5, 1864 and saw action in the Carolinas Campaign and Bentonville before being paroled on May 1, 1865.

Allison's parole is signed by the Lt. Col. of his regiment, Charles M. Broadfoot. Broadfoot enlisted as a private in Co. H., 1st NC Infantry at age 18 on June 24, 1861. October 10, 1862 saw him being promoted to the rank of 5th Sgt., while at the same time being promoted to 1st Lt. P.A.C.S. (Provisional Army of the Confederate States).

As a 1st Lt., he served as ADC to Gen. Holmes, District of Arkansas. A little over a year and one-half later he was promoted to Major of the 1st Battalion Jr. Reserves, N.C. In lest than two months Broadfoot was elected Lt. Colonel, Field & Staff, 1st N.C. Jr. Reserves.

Condition is excellent with a few folds evident. Signatures are nice and bold. Accompanied by a complete documentation package.

 

Our Price: $2,500.00

 

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