Transcribed Civil War Discharged Record of Stephen Lawson
To all whom it may Concern:
Know Ye, That Stephen Lawson
a private of Captain Harbert S Rogers
Company, (L,) Eighth Regiment of Tennessee Cavalry
Volunteers, who was enrolled on the twelfth day of September
One thousand eight hundred and Sixty Three to serve three years or
during the war, is hereby Discharged from the service of the United States
This Eleventh day of September, 1865 at Knoxville
Tenn. by reason of S, A, No. 49 H A Int Dept Tenn ___ ____
(No objection to his re-enlisted is known to exist.)
Said Stephen Lawson was born Buncombe County
in the State of North Carolina, is fifty years of age,
Five feet nine inches high, light complexion, Blue eyes,
Sandy hair, and by occupation, when enrolled, a farmer.
Given at Knoxville Tenn. this eleventh day of
[Signed] H.S. Rogers [Signed] T. McDermott
Capt. _____ Co Capt. _______
Contributor's Note: Stephen Lawson is by ggg greatfather. He served in the Civil War with the
Union Army, Company L, 8th Regiment of Tennessee Cav. Volunteers.
Joined September 12, 1863 and Dischaged September 11, 1865.
He is buried in the Lawson Cemetery, Greene County, TN
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