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Jenks Beaman was a West Point graduate and 2
A scan of a photograph of Jenks Beaman that was taken in 1845.
The document is signed by the Secretary of War J. R. Poinsett.
J. R. Pinsett, Secretary of War, signed the document.
Jenks Beaman was releived of his duties with the 8th Infantry due to his appointment to the 4th Regiment of Infantry. The document is signed by George Lincoln (1816-1847), with a note of congratulations at the base of the document.
The request for payment to Jenks Beaman from Allen Hisbee Norton. Mr. Norton drwned on November 27, 1846.
A bill for items that the solidiers were not provided by the United States Army. In this case the bill contains items such as sherry, champaign, cider, whisky, buter, shirts, and playing cards. Sutlers were traveling salesmen. It is signed by John W. Raiford.
The document has forms on both sides. One side is signed by Samuel Cooper, a future donfederate major general. The other side is signed by W. W. S. Bliss for Brigadier General Zachary Taylor. The forms were to grant Jenks Beaman a leave of absence.
The document grants an extension to a leave of absence for Jenks Beaman. The order is signed by Roger Jones.
This order was signed by Roger Jones, a Major General in the Mexican War.
A list of equipment recieved by Jenks Beaman for the 4th Infantry. The list inclused flints, shot, and musket powder. The list is signed by Charles Peoble Kinsbury, who went on to be a Civil War Union General.
The document was sent to Captain B. R. Alden in Corpus Christi by Saint Clair Denny in New Orleans.
Two sheets of published General orders that contain the pages 1-8. The pages document to promotions and appointments in the Army that were "made by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Sentate...."
A shipment of blakets, shirts, boots, jackets and other items was sent from Corpus Christi, Texas to the 4th Infantry at Camargo, Mexioco.
This document lists the armnaments that were received by Lieutenant Jenks Beaman in Camargo, Mexico.
The invoice was made out in triplicate and signed by Thomas Jefferson Curd in Camargo, Mexico.
An invoice by Jenks Beaman handing over ordinance to Lieutenant U. S. Grant, 4th Infantry.
Jenks Beaman, 2nd Lieutenant 4th Infantry, received the equipment for Lieutenant Richard Hill Graham.
The armnaments and ordnance listed on this form was received by Jenks Beaman from Richard Hill Graham. The camp was near Monterey, Mexico.
The items listed on this form were turned over by Richard Hill Graham to Jenks Beaman of the 4th Infantry, pertaining to E Companty of the 4 Infantry. The camp was near Monterey, Mexico.
The camp was near Monterey, Mexico. The document is signed by Sidney Smith.
The items listed on this form were received by Jenks Beaman at a camp near Monterey, Mexico. The form is signed by Sindey Smith.
This is an invoice for clothing that was turned over by Captain Alexander Montgomery to Jenks Beaman at Monterey, Mexico. The form was signed by Alexander Montgomery.
A letter to Jenks Beaman noting that his return of ornance stores have been examined. The letter is signed by William Maynadier, who would later be a Union general in the Civil War.
The ordnance of Company E 4th Infantry that Jenks Beaman returned was examined and referred for a second auditor for settlement. The letter was signed by William Maynadier.
The equipment was turned over by Gouverneur Morris to Jenks Beaman of Company E 4th Infantry near Monterey, Mexico. The list is signed by Gouverneur Morris.
This is an invoice of clothing turned over by Alexander Montgomery to Jenks Beaman in Monterey, Mexico.
The ordnance was turned over to Jenks Beaman by Gouverneur Morris at Monterey, Mexico. The document is signed by Gouverneur Morris.
Notice to Jenks Beaman to announce his promotion to First Lieutenant of the Fourth Regiment of Infantry. The document is signed by William Grigsby Freeman.
This paper documents the transfer of ordnance and transportaition to Aransas Bay, Texas for Jenks Beaman by Captain Robert H. W. Whiteley
A list of equipment that goes with the Invoice for Ornance, circa 1847.
The items were turned over to to Jenks Beaman by S. F. Jasmine. The document is signed by S. F. Jasmine and Jenks Beaman.
The ordnance was received at a camp in Palo Alto, Texas for I Comany, 4th Infancry. The document is signed by Sidney Smith.
The items on this form were received in Palo Alto, Texas by Jenks Beaman. The form is signed by Sidney Smith.
The ordnance and ordnance stores were turned over to Jenks Beaman at a camp in Plao Alto, Texas. The document is signed by John Green Burbank.
The ordnance was turned over to Jenks Beaman by John McNutt at Camp Palo Alto.
The items on this list were turned over to Jenks Beaman by Thomas Grosvenor King.
The ordnance was turned over by Lieutenant John Garland to Jenks Beaman. The document is signed by John Garland. The site was Camp Paso, Texas.
The declaration was made before William Knox concerning the loss of property during the bombardment of Vera Cruz, Mexico. The document is signed by William Knox.
William Knox made a declaration before James Woodbridge that states that he left equipment on the beach near Vera Cruz during the troop landing on April 8, 1847. The document is signed by William Knox and James Woodbridge.
William Knox states that he left equipment on board the ship North carolina upon landing at Vera Cruz. His statement was made to James Woodbridge and is signed by both men.
This invoice document the delivered clother to Jenks Beaman by Ulysses S. Grant, the Fourth Infantry Regiment Quarter Master, at camp near Vera Cruz, Mexico. The document is signed by U. S. Grant.
An invoice of company property turned over by Jenks Beaman to G. M. at a camp near Vera Cruz. The document is signed by Jenks Beaman.
The testiment was made by J. M. Weedon to J. Woodbridge concerning evemts that happened in January.
Charles Metz testified that I company of the Fourth Infantry was at Camargo, Mexico in August, 1846. He was there in service at Camp Tepsey Ahulee, Mexico, on May 6, 1846.
A form that documents ordnance stores that Benjamin Huger received from Jenks Beaman. Mr. Huger's signature is signed by proxy and then below that authentically.
A letter to Lieutenant Beaman which asked for information on John Wilson who was not heard from following the battle at Monterey, Mexico. The letter was written by James Calhoun.
S. Charles Chase, Army surgeon, writes Jenks Beaman concerning a request for more ordnance.
Invoice for ordnance and ordnance stores handed over to Jenks Beaman. The document is signed by Thomas Jefferson Montgomery.
The equipment was turned over to Jenks Beaman. The document was signed by Thomas Jefferson Montgomery.
This order was sent from the Adjutant General's Office that states that graduates of the military academy have had their orders altered. The document is signed by Roger Jones.
Receipt for clothing at the City of Mexico presented to Jenks Beaman. The document is signed by Thomas Rush McConnell.
Reciept of equipment received by Jenks Beaman.
The document was dated and gave a location, City of Mexico, and signed by Benjamin Huger.
This document shows Jenks Beaman received the ordnance from Delancy Floyd-Jones.
The items listed on the document were turned over to DeLancey Floyd-Jones, who signed the document.
This document is signed by Christopher Raymond Perry.
The document is signed by Christopher Raymond Perry
This forms was signed by De Lancey Floyd-Jones.
The document was signed by De Lancey Floyd-Jones.
The document is signed by De Lancey Floyd-Jones.
A letter to Jenks Beaman concerning his application for a leave of absence. The letter was from George Deas.
A letter to Jenks Beaman states that his orders to the United States from Mexico was approved. The letter was signed by George Deas.
A list of the men of E Company of the 4th Infantry left behind April 1-December 31, 1847.
Jenks Beaman received a payment for Lieutenant U. S. Grant. The document is signed by H. A. Low.