MySource:Txbluebell6/Wiley Baxter Pollard Confederate Service

MySource Wiley Baxter Pollard Confederate Service
Place Fayette, Alabama, United States
Murfreesboro, Rutherford, Tennessee, United States
Point Lookout, Saint Mary's, Maryland, United States
Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee, United States
Williamsburg, Virginia, United States|Williamsburg, James City, Virginia, United States
Year range 1862 - 1865
Surname Pollard
Wiley Baxter Pollard Confederate Service.
Name National Archives;

Wiley Baxter Pollard Confederate Record

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Wiley was issued and took his Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America. This is his personal copy he had folded and kept in his pocket as he walked home from Virginia to Alabama after his release. It has some of his blood on it from his unhealed wounds.



This Confederate Enfield rifle was of the type W. B. Pollard would have used. This is not his exact rifle. Image courtesy of Charles Butler, St. Petersburg, Florida.

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