1862 Autograph Document Signed by South Carolina Militia General James Simons - Commanded Morris Island During Fort Sumter Bombardment

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1862 Autograph Document Signed by South Carolina Militia General James Simons - Commanded Morris Island During Fort Sumter Bombardment

120.00

Item No. 2696889

An nice November 1862 autograph document signed by South Carolina Militia General James Simons as magistrate. The document discusses two lots of land owned sold by Robert A. Alston to Warren W. Andrews at around the time of the firing on Fort Sumter. It is signed on the third page by Simons. Simons commanded on Morris Island during the bombardment of Sumter. He resigned his commission following an argument with Governor Pickens. The document was written three pages, with docketed entries on the fourth page. It measures about 8” x 10” and is in good condition with mild toning and foxing. There is some light wear to edges and corners, along with some slight separation at the folds.

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