Service Record for Isaac P. Caldwell
July 9, 1906

The Commissioner of Pensions requests to see the service record of Isaac P. Caldwell, which details his various military support jobs and the amount he was paid for each.

Washington, D.C. 

July 9, 1906

Commissioner of Pensions, 

Requests record of service of Isaac P. Caldwell as a teamster in the Q.M. Dept., at Fort Union, N.M. during the civil war 


No. 150.

1st Indorsement. 

War Department



July 13, 1906.

            Respectfully returned, by direction of the Quartermaster General, to the Commissioner of Pensions. 

            The reports on file in this office show the employment of I. P. Caldwell as a civilian packer at $30 per month by Capt. W. Craig, A.Q.M. at Fort Union, N.M., from August 20, 1862, to January 20, 1864, and by Capt. N. S. Davis, A.Q.M. at same place, from January 21 to March 15, 1864, and as a wagon master at $65 per month from March 16 to May 31, 1864, and by Capt. H. M. Enos, A.Q.M. at same place, as a wagon master at $65 per month from June 1 to October 5, 1864, when discharged. No other record of service found. 

J B Bellinger

Major & Quartermaster, U.S.A. 




Pension Records for Isaac P. Caldwell, RG15, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.