Central Illinois in the Civil War, Day by Day : A Journey through the Civil War through the eyes of individual Soldiers, and their loved ones, with additional documentation provided by the newspapers of Central Illinois.
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Peoria Historical Society Collection
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Record, Military
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All pages (4) have header D 146 Ill. Muster Roll on page 357 reports Dixon as present and a chaplain. Copyist Roby. For May—June, 1865.

Page 361 muster roll states that James J.A.T. Dixon was put in Co. H, 146 Reg't Illinois Infantry and he is 36 years old. Muster roll in Springfield, IL, July 5, 1865. He was last paid to final statement given and discharged January (?) 1865 to receive promotion to chaplain by order of Major General Hooker. Copyist Marsh

Page 360 muster rolls same as page 361 in personal information. Signed July 8, 1865 with last paid to date February 28, 1865. Copyist Roby

Page 442 same as page 361 in personal information. Book mark 241356. War Department Record and Pension Division: Washington, February 9, 1891. Dixon, as Chaplain, filled an original vacancy. Copyist Moran.

Copy of original onto a 8.5x14 piece of paper.
David C. Bailey, Sr.
Muster Rolls of James J. A. T. Dixon
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