Joseph L. Curby Manuscript Collection [DOC MSS 43]
Identifier: DOC MSS 43
The documents in this collection exemplify some of the common types of records produced by the armies during the Civil War.
- Curby, Joseph (Person)
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This collection documents the Civil War activities of Joseph L. Curby, a Pennsylvania native who later moved to St. Louis. Included here are commission and discharge papers, muster rolls, military passes, receipts, and official correspondence related to Curby's function as sutler
Biographical or Historical Information
Joseph L. Curby was born on April 4, 1831 in Chester County Pennsylvania to William Curby and Catherine Fletcher Curby. He served in the Civil War as captain of Company I, 84th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers and was also a sutler for various army units. Later, he moved to St. Louis, Missouri, and died on March 8, 1904. He is buried in Bellefontaine Cemetery in St. Louis.
- Joseph L. Curby Manuscript Collection [DOC MSS 43]DOC MSS 43
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