DESCRIPTION: Group of Civil War Documents. Includes: 1) Muster roll of Captain Simon V. Poole Company B 154th Regiment New York December 1864 to February 1865. This regiment fought at Gettysburg. 2) Volunteer Enlistment of Frederick Watts August 31 1864 at Harrisburg PA. 3) Volunteer Enlistment of Charles N. Price September 2, 1864 at Harrisburg, PA. 3) Discharge form of Sargeant Daniel Wittling Company G 155th regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers February 2, 1863 near Fredericksburg, Virginia. 4) United States Army Discharge Certificate John B. Kunkle Company K 4th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers November 3, 1863 near Alexandria Virginia. 5) Requisition for forage for private horses of he 123rd Regiment New York Volunteers February 1864. 6) Special Requisition of supplies 46th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers April 1, 1863 signed O.J. Reed, 2nd Lieutenant. 7) Special requisition for supplies 128th regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers April 1, 1863 signed J.A. Mathews, Colonel. 8) Special Requisition for clothing 1st brigade, 1st division, 12th Corps April 1, 1863 signed Brigadier General Joseph F. Krips. 9) Discharge Certificate of Private John Mauz Company D 40th Pennsylvania Volunteers March 7, 1862. 10) Bounty Certificate for C. Van Ansdall, Private (deceased) Company I 20th Wisconsin Volunteers to his mother Nancy Van Ansdall December 30, 1864. 11) Bounty Certificate for Joseph H. Vance, Private (deceased) Company G, 63rd Illinois Volunteers paid to his wife Lydia Jane Vance June 15, 1864. 12) Bounty Certificate for John Brown, Private (deceased) Company F 116th Illinois Volunteers paid to his father William Brown June 27, 1864. 13) Soldiers letter from Josiah P. Dry Company F 123rd Regiment Ohio Volunteer infantry dated April 3rd 1864. 14) Rochester Daily Union and Advertiser Rochester, new York July 8, 1863. Articles include the pursuit of Lee, fall of Vicksburg, and casualty reports. 15) Utica Morning Herald and Daily Gazette Utica, New York October 9, 1865. Articles includes general U.S. Grant's visit to his boyhood home in Ohio. All from a local collector. CONDITION: All with creases and toning as expected with age. Well cared for.