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E & L. B. 37. Guilford Co. 27th 9 mo. 67. Benbow P.G. B 137 [[underlined]] N.C. 67 Requests that a sick cold woman be taken away from Mrs. D E Mendenhall's. Office Sub. Asst Comr Bureau R.F. and A L. Greensboro Sept 29. 1867. Respectfully referred to Lieut Col. [[underlined]] Jacob F. Chur. A. A. A. G. In expectation that a hospital would be established here,[[underlined]] Mrs Mendenhall was induced by me to take charge of this patient, I would now very respectfully recommend that this woman be taken to the hospital at Raleigh NC. as the only means to save her life at present. A W Bolenius Capt VRC and Bvt Maj US Vols Sub. Asst. Comr. Recd SAC. Sept 29, 67. Bureau Refugees F & A L Raleigh NC. Oct 7" 1867 Respectfully referred to Capt. [[underlined]] H. Hillebrandt Sub Asst. Comr. for his views. By order of Col. & Bvt. [[underlined]] Maj Gen. N A Miles Asst Commissioner Jacob F. Chur Bvt. Lieut. Col A.A.A.G Bureau Refugees F & A Lands Office Sub Asst Commissioner Greensboro. N C. Oct 9 1867. Respectfully returned to Bvt Lt Col [[underlined]] Jacob F Chur A.A.A.G. with the information that the within named woman is suffering with dropsy & lives about ten (10) miles from this place. According to Mr Benbow's statement she cannot be moved. In my opinion it would be best to have a nurse hired for her at the expense of $5. or (over) $6.00 per month. Hugo Hillebrandt Capt V.R.C Sub Asst Com, E,B.p. 40. Bureau Refugees F & A L. Hd. Qrs. Asst. Com. N.C. Raleigh, N.C. Oct 12" 1867 E.M. 327 Respectfully returned to Capt. [[underlined]] H. Hillebrandt, Sub-Asst. Com, with authority to employ a nurse at the price named. By order of Col & Bvt. Maj. [[underlined]] Gen. N. A Miles Asst Commissioner Jacob F. Chur Bvt. Lieut. Col. A.A.A.G. Filed
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