War Department
Adjutant General's Office
Washington, March 26, 1885

Respectfully returned to the Commissioner of Pensions

"Abijah Stewart, a pvt rect of Company "E", 1st Regiment Tenn. Lt. Arty, Volunteers, was enrolled on the 1st day of April, 1864, at Nashville, 3 years, and is reported: on roll for March & April, 64, present, Same to Oct. 31/64, Nov. & Dec. 64, absent missing in action Nov 13/64, at Morristown, Tenn. at which date & place Co. was in action. Not borne on sub. rolls till May & June 65, which reports him present. Mustered out with Co. at Nashville, Tenn. Aug 1/65, a private with remark, returned from missing in action to duty May 1/65.

Prisoner of War Records show him captured at Morristown, Tenn November 13, 1864. conf'd at Morristown, Tenn, date not given, also in confinement at Danville, Va. Febry 12, 65. Brot from Danville, Va & conf'd at Richmond, Va, Febry.

"20, 65. Paroled at James River, Va. February 22d, 1865. Reported at College Green Bk's, Md. February 23d, 1865. sent to Camp Chase, Ohio, February 26, 65. No evidence of medical treatment or disability and no further information in said records. Name not borne on the hospital records of Danville, Va. on file
Comapny Description Books shows him missing in action at Morristown, Tenn. Nov 13/64
Company Morning Reports dating from Nov 25/64 to July 10/65 shows him returned from missing in action May 1/65
Company Returns for May and June 65 only ones on file furnished no information.
Regimental Books including Regimental Hospital Records not on file.
No evidence of alleged disabilities."

O D Greene
Assistant Adjutant General