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Jasper N Rasnake

Born ca. 1834
Birth Location Russell Co.
Died 1866
Death Location
Father Jacob Rasnake
Mother Judith Finney
Married 12/23/1856
Spouse Malinda H. Patrick
Military Units
37th Infantry
CSR, Pension, and Miscellaneous Images
37th Infantry
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Census Information:

1850: 190, Age 15
1860: 75, Age 22
1870: DEAD
1880: DEAD
1900: DEAD
1910: DEAD
1920: DEAD
1930: DEAD

Miscellaneous Information:

Military Information:

Compiled Service Record
Card 1
Private, Company I, 37th Virginia Infantry

Appears on a muster roll for July & Aug., 1861 (Dated Aug. 31)

When: Aug. 5
Where: Monterey
By whom: Capt. Cowan
Period: War

Last paid:
By whom:
To what time:

Present or absent: Present
Remarks: Appointed wagoner Aug. 14, 1861

Card 2

Appears on a muster roll for Jan. & Feb., 1862 (Dated June 13, 1862)

When: Aug. 5
Where: Monterey
By whom: Capt. Cowan
Period: 1 year

Last paid:
By whom: Capt. White
To what time: Aug. 31

Present or absent: Not stated

Card 3

Appears on a
Regimental Return
for the month of Feb., 1862.

Alterations since last return among enlisted men:
Date: Feb. 8
Place: Camp Mason
Remarks: Discharged disability

Card 4

Certificate of Disability for Discharge.
Jasper N. Rasnick
Company I
37 Regt Va Vols

To be discharged this 1st day of Febry., 1862.
Saml. V. Fulkerson
Col. Comdg. 4 Brigade

1 Enclosure

Recd A. & I. G. O. Feb 18/62

Card 5

Certificate of Disability for Discharge.

Jasper N. Rasnick of Capt. Robt. E. Cowans company (I) of the 37th Regiment of Confederate States of America was enlisted by Capt. Cowan of the 37th Regiment of Virginia at Monterey Highland Co. on the fifth day of August to serve one year, he was born in the county of Russell in the State of Virginia is 26 years of age five feet eight inches high fair complexion blue eyes dark har, and by occupation when enlisted a farmer.
During the last two months said soldier has been unfit for duty
Said soldier has never been fit for duty on account of a natural deformity of his right arm and hand his arm being small and crooked and thumb off of his hand.
Robt. E. Cowan Capt.
Commanding Company

H. C. Wood Capt.
Comdg 37th Regt Va Vols

I certify that I have carefully examined said Private Jasper N. Rasnick of Capt. E. R. Cowan's Co. (I.) 37th Reg. Va. Vols. and find him incapable of discharging the duties of a soldier because of deformity of the right hand which disqualifies him for the use of his musket. Has been off duty for four months.
W. B. Carrington
Med. Dir. A. N. V.

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