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Item: Edward Curtis Faulkner’s Civil War documents, parole papers, and leather pouch
Item acquisition: A gift. A couple in Arizona purchased the papers and pouch, found me online, and mailed them to me in 2018.
Relationship: 1st cousin 3x removed (double). Son of William A. Faulkner, Jr, the brother of Hutchins Burton Faulkner, and Mary Gray, sister of Elizabeth Gray.
Guard lines pass dated July 1865
Clarksville, Tennessee July 1865
Pass for E. C. Faulkner
Parole document dated 1 April 1865
Columbia, Georgia, 1 April 1865
Parole oath of E. C. Faulkner
Height: 5’11”, Hair: Dark, Eyes: Blue, Complexion: Fair
Writing on back of parole document
Parole document for Corporal E. C . Faulkner of Trigg County, Kentucky
Stamp on back of parole document
Writing on inside of pouch containing the documents
Curtis G. Faulkner
March 12 1886
Note: Curtis G. Faulkner was the son of Rev. Edward Curtis Faulkner. Curtis was born 6 Feb 1879 in Ripley, Lauderdale County, Tennessee.
Description and Acquisition
Citing this page: Kimberli Faulkner Hull, compiler, “Edward Curtis Faulkner’s Civil War documents and pouch” Cool Adventures (https://cooladventures.com/collection/edward-curtis-faulkners-civil-war-documents-and-pouch/ : published 2022); privately held by the Faulkner–Hull Collection, Massachusetts.