Brigadier General John H. Winder Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles
Died: February 7, 1865 in Florence, South Carolina
JOHN H. WINDER John H. Winder signs an autograph endorsement. Autograph Endorsement signed: "J.H.W." in pencil, 1p, 7¾x5¼. No place, no date. In full: "Give orders to have these men arrested & renew the order to arrest all soldiers as sent you".
Sale Price $450.00
BRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN H. WINDER - AUTOGRAPH ENDORSEMENT SIGNED CIRCA 1862 CO-SIGNED BY: WILLIAM N. McKENNEY - HFSID 262776JOHN H. WINDER John H. Winder signs an autograph endorsement trying to visit Norfolk. Autograph Endorsement signed: "Jno H. Winder/Brig" in pencil on verso of Autograph Letter Signed: "William N. McKenney/Senator from Norfolk/City", 1p, 5x8. Senate Chamber, Va Legislature, 1862 March 24. To "Genl John H.
Sale Price $680.00
JOHN WINDER Autograph Letter signed: "Jno H Winder/Brig Gen", 1 page, 8x4½. No place, 1863 May 27. To Col. Wm Preston Johnston, A.D.C. In full: "In reply to your letter of this date, I have the honor to inform you that Chas. I Work Comp K 18th Miss. Regt. was sent to the Army of Northern Va.
Sale Price $807.50
JOHN WINDER His signature as a Brigadier General, clipped from a Manuscript Letter, sent from Richmond in February 1862 Clipped Signature: "Jn. H. Winder/Brig. Genl.", 7¾x1¾. Richmond (Virginia), 1862 February 10.
Sale Price $360.00
JOHN H. WINDER Manuscript LS: "J.H. Winder", 1 page, 7½x3¾. Provost Marshall, 1862 May 5. In full: "Mrs. Langford states that her husband has gone off & left her destitute with two children to support and since his departure-(four weeks ago) has given up the house where she lives.
Sale Price $595.00
PRESIDENT JEFFERSON DAVIS (CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA) - AUTOGRAPH ENDORSEMENT SIGNED CIRCA 1862 CO-SIGNED BY: BRIGADIER GENERAL JOHN H. WINDER, GENERAL THOMAS J. GREEN - HFSID 258505Davis signs an autograph endorsement forwarding to Confederate Secretary of War Benjamin a handwritten letter from Green, a former general in the army of independent Texas, warning that Confederate soldiers were carrying CSA weapons home with them. General Winder adds a handwritten note to the same document, ordering that guards be posted at depot and they confiscate these weapons.
Sale Price $5,525.00