Samuel Craun Civil War Papers
12th Virginia Cavalry Regiment
Civil War Manuscripts top level
About this Collection:
The collection consists of documents dating from the Civil War service of Samuel Craun, who enlisted in the 12th Virginia Cavalry Regiment (Company H) in 1862.
View Original Documents, as listed below
- Special Order, 1863 September 30. Authorizing Craun to return home to procure horses for the regiment.
- Receipt, 1863 December 10. Payment of $22.00 for saddle, bridle and halter worn out in service.
- Receipt, 1864 March 17. To Samuel H. Craun for purchase of Confederate bonds.
- Order, 1864 March 25. Foraging detail.
- Order, 1864 June 22. Sgts. Craun and others to return to their regiment after detached duty.
- Receipt, 1864 June 30. For ordnance stores
- Order, 1864 July 23. Corporal Craun to take detail of five men to gather captured and abandoned arms. Names of detail.
- Order, 1864 December 14. Corp. Craun & others to report for duty at Harrisonburg.
- Order,  Corp. Craun to proceed to Timberville to arrest persons held by John Bowman or Socrates Bowman.
Miscellaneous Craun family documents
- Receipt, 1864 February 15.
To Elias Craun for $3300 in payment for slave, Lewis, at Richmond, Virginia. S. R. Fondren, Auctioneer.
- Legal document, 1857 November 4.
Regarding the estate of John Baker, signed by Marcus Cupp. Connection to Craun family unknown.