The following is my transcription of a letter from the Adjutant General’s office regarding David Coon’s death during the Civil War.
Adjutant General’s Office
Washington, D. C.
June 5th, 1865.
I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt from your Office of application for Pension No. 89.92.5, and to return it herewith, with such information as is furnished by the files of the Office.
It appears from the Rolls on file in this Office, that David Coon was enrolled on the 26th day of Feb, 1864, at Madison in Co. A, 36th Regiment of Wis Volunteers, to serve 3 years, or during the war, and mustered into service as a Pri on the 1st day of Mch 1864, at Madison, Wis, in Co. A, 36th Regiment of Wis Volunteers, to serve 3 years, or during the war. On the Muster Roll of Co. A of that Regiment, for the months of Mch & Apl 1865, he is reported “Died in Rebel Prison at Saulsberry N.C. Nov 2d 1864” Cause of death not stated
I am, Sir, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant, Saml [Treck]
Assistant Adjutant General.
The Commissioner of Pensions
Washington, D C.
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