I am trying to find more information on the Chaplain below.

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  • BALTHIS, MAYBERRY G.
Enlisted: 24 Apr 1862, Elk RunRank: private Unit: Co. A, 10th Virginia Infantry appointed chaplain 14 Aug 1863, Orange Court House POW 19 Sep 1864, Winchester; to Fort Delaware; to Fort Monroe Dec 1864; to Camp Hamilton; exchanged 6 Jan 1865 surrendered & paroled 9 Apr 1865, Appomattox postwar minister

I am becoming a memberof the 10th Infantry reenactment unit. I will be their Chaplain and thought I could use Chaplain Balthis as a guide. If I could find a photo that would be great. Thanks
 

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I would suggest looking into the historical Society of the County where he went post war. Also take a look through the UCV records if possible as well as the unit history. Good luck.
 



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