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Re: Levi Norrell Coe, Co. C. 4th Texas Inf Regt.

Due to losses from disease and sickness during the Texan's first winter in Virginia, recruiters were sent back to Texas in the spring of 1862. The company commander of Co C, Capt Townsend was advanced $2800 to pay a $50 bounty to each enlisted recruit in Milam County.

L. N. and Ed Coe were both enlisted on March 29, 1862. L. N. died on April 21, 1862. If Faison's Depot is in the Carolina per your information, L. N. has only one service record. It states he died at Faison's Depot which must have been enroute from Texas to Virginia. He never reached the regiment or active service. Ed Coe died of disease in June 1863. He was absent, sick during most of his service.

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