Confederate Invoice for Flour Following the Battle of Gettysburg


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Very neat Confederate purchasing invoice dated July 18, 1863 from Jefferson County, Virginia. Reading as follows.

Confederate States to

McCurdy & Turner

For ten Barrels of ???? flour at $22.50 per bbl $225.00

I certify that the above account is correct and just and that the articles will be accounted for on my return for the month of July and that the purchase were made by order of Maj. Gen’l R. H. Anderson.


Maj. & C.S.

Received at Jefferson Co, Va. This 18th Day of July 1863 of Maj. P. M. Slaughter, C.S. Two Hundred twenty five dollars in full of the above account.

Major General Richard H Anderson would be criticized for his role following the Battle of Gettysburg. His brigades would participate in the waning minutes of Pickett’s Charge before being repulsed and the Army of Northern Virginia retreated back into Virginia. This flour would no doubt be destined for the troops which survived the battle and returned to Virginia just days earlier. Very neat document!


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