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Oath of Allegiance and Amnesty for Henderson Fee

STATEMENT of Henderson Fee, a rebel deserter made at Yellville, Ark before W. N. Braden, Capt. and Dist. Provost Marshal, this fifth day of June 1865. My age is 45 years. I was born in Harlin County and the State of Kentucky. I was in arms against the United States and was a private in Capt Iveys Company Schnabels Regt. I was sworn into the rebel service about the first day of June 1864, by Col. Schnabel in Marion County Ark. for three years. I served in the rebel army until the first day of Nov. 1864 when I was discharged at Yellville, Ark. in the State of Arkansas. At the date of my discharge, I was a private in Capt. Iveys Co. At the date of my enlistment in the rebel army. I was an actual resident of the County of Marion and State of Ark. and still consider that as my home. I intend to reside there in the future and follow the avocation of Farming. I desire to take the Oath of amnesty, prescribed by the Proclamation of His Excellency the President of the United States, of date, December 8th A.D. 1863, if permitted to do so, and will faithfully observe all its terms and conditions.

Subscribed and sworn to before me
the day first above mentioned. Henderson Fee /s/
signed W. N. Braden, Capt.
6th Wis. Vols. Provost
Dist. South West Mo.





Owner of originalNational Archives Records Administration
Date5 Jun 1865
File namemil_henderson_fee.pdf
File Size1.01m
Linked toHenderson Fee (Oath)

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