Scott County Arkansas
Note: This is listed under Collins McRaach but his name was Collins Mack Roach (Mack was his middle name). He was
my third great-grandfather.
Civil War Discharge
COLLINS ROACH, CSA
Contributed by Belinda Beldin
McRAACH, COLINS PVT- Age 40. Enl 22 Feb 1862 at Waldron, AR. Disch 1 Jul 1862
I CERTIFY, That the within named Collins McRaach, a private of Captain G W Featherston,Company (H) of the
19th regiment of AR, born in Dunwiddie County in the State of Virginia, aged 43 years, 5 feet 10 inches high,
dark complexion, yellow eyes, black hair and by occupation a farmer was enlisted by Capt Featherston at
Waldron Ark on the 22nd day of February 1862 to serve one years and is now entitled to discharge by reason
of his age which forty three years.
The said Collins McRaach was last paid by ???????(cant read name) to include the Four dollars on account of
There is due to him thirteen Dollars traveling allowance from Little Rock, to the place of discharge to
Waldron, the place of enrollment, transportation not being furnished in kind.
There is due him _________$83.33____________________.
He is indebted to the confederate States Two Dollars on account of clothing.
Given in duplicate at Little Rock this 12th day of July 1862.
(Film Number M376 roll 16- confederate)
age 40 / 43 as of 22 Feb 1862
signed G W Featherston
For Pay from 22nd of February 1862 to 12th of July 1862, being 4 months and 20 days at Eleven dollars per
month, For pay for traveling from Little Rock Ark to Waldron, Scott Co., AR being one hundred thirty miles,
at ten cents per mile.
Deduct for clothing overdrawn,_____________
$83.33 Balance paid
signed duplicates Collins McRoach
witness R K White
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