Feighner, Francis L. Document, 1864 | Illinois History and Lincoln Collections
This collection consists of a document recognizing Francis Feighner's military service to the Union during the Civil War.
Francis Feighner was from Peoria, Illinois. He enlisted in Company F of the 139th Illinois Volunteer Infantry in May 1864 and was mustered out in October 1864.
This document recognizes Feighner's his military service, and was signed by Assistant Adjutant General Edward D. Townsend. It includes the stamped signatures of President Abraham Lincoln and Secretary of War Edwin Stanton.
Dr. G. W. Giebelhausen of Peoria, Illinois, donated this item to the Illinois Historical Survey, predecessor to the Illinois History and Lincoln Collections, in 2003.