Guide to the
Date Span: 1862-1899
Scope / Content: Includes correspondence (1863-64) from Charlot to his wife, Harriet; military orders and his chaplain's commission (1862-65); probate court records (1899); and miscellaneous items.
Biographical Sketch: Charlot served as Chaplain, 22nd Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry, from January 1862 until his resignation in January 1865. He served as a clergyman in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, from 1865 to 1899.
SERIES 1: Correspondence and official papers of Nathaniel P. Charlot, 1862-1899
February 2, 1862 - Charlot's commission to Chaplain, 22nd Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Militia
April 1, 1863 - Charlot, Camp near Murfreesboro to Harriet
Late August 1863 - Charlot to Harriet
November 13, 1863 - Special Field Order authorizing Charlot to go to Indiana to carry money to soldier's families
December 10, 1863 - Charlot to Harriet
March 15, 1864 - Special orders for Charlot to go to his home, Jeffersonville, Indiana, until the arrival of his Regiment.
June 22, 1864 - Charlot, Camp 22 Indiana Volunteers
September 20, 1864 - Special Field Orders
September 20, 1864 - Charlot, Atlanta, Georgia, to Harriet
November 8, 1984 - Charlot, Atlanta to Harriet
November 3, 1865 - Clergyman's Licence, State of Ohio for Charlot (Episcopal)
March 1, 1894 - William Powers, Jeffersonville to Charlot
November 1, 1894 - Grant Army of the Republic, Dept. Of Ohio, dated at Cleveland discharge
Prayer dated October 7, 1895
"There are no returning foot-steps" by N.P. Charlot
Last Will of N.P. Charlot - in state of Ohio, Cuyahoga County, October 26, 1899
Elliott's prayer for the Confederate Navy - April 10, 1862
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