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    Manuscript Endorsement "Jim C. Francis" T41 $100 1862 PF-22 Cr. 320A PMG Very Fine 30.
    The endorsement reads, "Issued Decbr 24/62 / JC Francis / Capt & A(ssistant) C(ommissary) (of) S(ubsistence). Francis was in the 30th Regiment Alabama Infantry. The regiment was first ordered to Kentucky and then next to Mississippi where it was captured when Vicksburg fell. After a prisoner exchange, Francis was in Pettus' Brigade and was involved in the fighting at Chattanooga. There are several variations of Francis' signature in the National Archives and McNeil states that the signature endorsement on the Treasury note that is plated on page 272 of his reference may be that of a clerk. That endorsement is identical to the one that is carried by the $100 in this lot.
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