Group related to Colonel Peter Cavanaugh Woods, 36th Texas Cavalry RegimentT41 $100 1862 Group - Five Examples
Four of the five notes in this group have, in all likelihood, direct ties to Colonel Peter Cavanaugh Woods, 36th Texas Cavalry Regiment. The 36th was recruited from the San Antonio area and spent most of the War in Texas and Louisiana.
T41 $100 1862 PF-7 Cr. 317 Very Fine, with corner foldovers. Large format Jackson, MS Assistant Treasurers Office issue stamp indicating the note was issued on February 7, 1863. Small endorsement of "Miller" but no subsequent IP stamps or entries
T41 $100 1862 PF-6 Cr. 319 Very Fine Large format Jackson, MS Assistant Treasurers Office issue stamp indicating the note was issued on January 1, 1863 as well as manuscript entries indicating that the note was reissued in San Antonio on October 21, 1863 and that interest was paid to January 1, 1864. There is also a small manuscript "Woods" endorsement.
T41 $100 1862 PF-15 Cr. 316 Very Fine, with an ink spot over the right plate letter. The back contains a small "Woods" endorsement and manuscript entries indicating that the note was issued on February 6, 1863 and that interest was paid to January 1, 1864.
T41 $100 1862 PF-20 Cr. 316A Fine-Very Fine, with two rounded corners and a small paper thin/nick in the upper right margin. The note was issued January 10, 1863 by Thaddeus Sanford, Montgomery Depositary and has a black two line IP stamp normally associated with Texas and a small "Woods" endorsement.
T41 $100 1862 PF-25 Cr. 318A Very Fine. The back of the note has a large Assistant Treasurer's Office issue stamp showing that the note was issued on January 9, 1863 as well a black two line IP stamp, normally associated with Texas, paying interest to January 1, 1864 and a small "Woods" endorsement.
A great study group for collectors with an interest in Texas and the Trans-Mississippi Department.
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