Notarized statement by Lammot du Pont of military equipment lost or destroyed during active service by Company B, 5th Delaware Volunteer Infantry. Du Pont submitted a copy of this statement to the U. S. Ordnance Department in order to explain why...
Joanna du Pont, Lammot's aunt, writes to ask if he can release Richard Hunter (a member of Company B, 5th Regiment Delaware Volunteer Infantry) from military service so that Hunter can take care of her ill horses. She also discusses family members.
Military organizations; Military mobilizations; Soldiers; Military officers
Roster of officers and enlisted men of Company B (Lammot du Pont's company), 5th Delaware Volunteer Infantry. The roster includes names, ages, where the men lived, and brief comments on some individuals.
Invoice for clothing issued to Company B (Lammot du Pont's company), 5th Delaware Volunteer Infantry while serving at Fort Delaware. The invoice is signed by William Preston, regimental quartermaster of the 5th Delaware.
Soldiers; Military officers; Military organizations
Copy of letter from Lammot du Pont to Colonel Henry S. McComb (commander of the 5th Delaware Volunteer Infantry) recommending the appointment of Samuel R. McDowell as regimental Quartermaster Sergeant.
Letter from Margaretta Elizabeth du Pont, Lammot's mother, stating that the grandparents of a man named Peoples (a member of Company B) have been pleading with her to get Lammot to let Peoples come home.