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Partly-printed Document Signed, "C.T. Quintard Chaplain 1st Tenn. Regt." 1p. oblong quarto, being Form No 3. - Officer's Pay Account, and reads "The Confederate States of America, To Rev CT Quintard 1sr Tenn Vols. From 1st Sept To 1st Nov...Dollars 160…" Fine. With the approach of the Civil War, Charles Quintard enlisted as Chaplain of a Nashville military company, the Rock City Guards that joined the 1st Tennessee Infantry Regiment (Fields). He was elected Chaplain of the regiment in 1861. He served the Confederacy as Chaplain, as Surgeon and for a brief time, as an Aide to General W.W. Loring. His first service was under General Robert E. Lee in western Virginia. He was with General Bragg's army during the invasion of Kentucky. He was present at the battles of Cheat Mountain, Munfordsville, Perryville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, and Franklin. Charles Todd Quintard was elected Bishop of Tennessee in 1865 and was consecrated at Philadelphia during the General Convention that reunited Northern and Southern branches of the Episcopal Church. Quintard attended every Pan-Anglican Conference from 1867 to 1897. During his ministry, Dr. Quintard was vitally interested in education which he believed a fundamental function of the church as well as an urgent need of southern youth. His most important work in the area of education was his second founding of the University of the South at Sewanee.
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Signed by the Chaplain of the 1st Tennessee

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Minimum Bid: $150.00
Final prices include buyers premium.: $200.00
Estimate: $300 - $500
Auction closed on Friday, February 28, 2020.
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