Mary J. Gardner -- Pass TNFlag TNFlag
Mary J. Gardner -- Pass
Civil War Records

Source: TSL&A
Microfilm #81 Historical Records Project,
Official Project No. 65-44-1499.
Copied under Work's Progress Administration
June 20, 1936

Contributed and Transcribed by
DeAnne A. Shelley

Mary J. Gardner Pass

The following record is a copy of the original pass issued by the Provost Marshal to Miss Mary J. Gardner, a daughter of Cullen Bryant Gardner, and the mother of Mrs. Walter Love of West Main St., Gallatin, TN. This pass, granted by the Union Army, permitted Miss Gardner to go within the Federal Lines, and is at present time owned by Mrs. Walter Love of Sumner County, who lives on West Main St., Gallatin, Tennessee.

Provost Marshals Office
Gallatin, Tenn.
Nov. 19, 1864

Guards & pickets.

Pass - Miss Mary J. Gardner
For 30 days within Federal lines by order of
James Gilfillan
Col. 11th. Minn. Inft.
Commanding post.
A. R. Hall, 1st. Lieut. Minn. Inft.
Provost Marshal

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