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    • Descendants of Jeremiah Taylor

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    • "Original of this chart said to have been brought from Ireland byJohnston B. Jones. Was in possession of family in Charleston, S. C. in early forties. Many years afterwards given to Helen de B.Wills. Enlarged by data collected through years of...
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    • Graves Family Records

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    • Reminiscences: Jasper L. Wallace, 23rd North Carolina Infantry, Company H.

    • 1862-06-26; 1862-07-01; 1862-09-05; 1862-09-13; 1862-09-17; 1862-09-18; 1862-12-15; 1862-12-16; 1863-05-02; 1863-05-03; 1863-06-04; 1863-06-15; 1863-06-27; 1863-06-29; 1863-07-01; 1863-07-10; 1863-10-09; 1864-05-03; 1864-05-04; 1864-05-09;...
    • A brief description of the battles Jasper L. Wallace was in during his time in the Civil War from, this reminiscence covers the time from 1862-1864. Jasper was a private in the 23rd North h Carolina Infantry Company H.
    • Wallace, Jasper L.
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch and Martin Ramsey, May 14, 1863

    • 1863-05-14
    • John Futch is sorry to hear that his wife has been unwell and is worried about him. He did not find his regiment in camp when he got to the depot because they had gone on to Hamilton’s Crossing; soon after he joined them there they marched to the...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, June 6 and 9, 1863

    • 1863-06-06; 1863-06-09;
    • John begins this letter to his wife saying that they left camp on Friday, June 5th. The handwriting changes in the middle of the first page - it is now June 9th and John is in Culpeper, near James Roe Anderson. He believes that they are headed to...
    • Futch, John
    • Diary: William H. S. Burgwyn Diary, August 1, 1862 - March 2, 1863

    • 1862-08-01; 1862-09-01; 1862-10-01; 1862-11-01; 1862-12-01; 1863-01-01; 1863-02-01; 1863-03-01
    • Diary of William H. S. Burgwyn describing First Lieutenant Burgwyn's service in Co. H of the Thirty-Fifth Regiment North Carolina Troops from August 1862-March 1863.
    • Burgwyn, William Hyslop Sumner, 1845-1913;
    • Diary: William B. Howard, 1862-1863

    • 1862-05-04; 1862-05-01; 1862-07-01; 1862-08-01; 1862-09-01; 1862-10-01; 1862-11-01; 1862-12-01; 1863-01-01; 1863-02-01; 1863-03-01; 1863-04-01; 1863-05-01; 1863-06-27
    • This diary is part of the Williams-Womble Collection. The soldier who wrote the diary was thought to be Bry Howard, the great-great uncle of Miss Faydene Barbee, the donor of the collection. According to family tradition, Howard was killed in...
    • Howard, William B.
    • Bullard Family Bible Records

    • 1485; 1486; 1487; 1488; 1489; 1490; 1491; 1492; 1493; 1494; 1495; 1496; 1497; 1498; 1499; 1500; 1501; 1502; 1503; 1504; 1505; 1506; 1507; 1508; 1509; 1510; 1511; 1512; 1513; 1514; 1515; 1516; 1517; 1518; 1519; 1520; 1521; 1522; 1523; 1524; 1525;...
    • Contains bible pages, transcriptions, and a hand-drawn family tree. Transcription of family tree is limited to names only.
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    • Letter: Captain John R. Erwin to John Miller

    • 1864-05-07
    • “It is my painful duty to inform you that your son W. L. Miller was killed on the battle field this evening. A brave & gallant boy has fallen. Such is the fate of war.” Along with this letter is an excerpt from Histories of the Several Regiments...
    • Erwin, John R.; Clark, Walter, 1846-1924.;
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, June 2, 1863

    • 1863-06-02
    • John Futch talks generally of camp and a recent drought. They have not been in any battles recently and he has drawn new clothes. He has been paid and would send her money except he has to buy nearly everything he eats. He wants to come home, hopes...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, May 21, 1863

    • 1863-05-21
    • John writes to his wife that since he last wrote her the regiment has marched for two days and he is weary from the traveling. He thinks they will not stay where they are for long. They are getting very good rations now. He also sends word of where...
    • Futch, John
    • Letter: George W. Pearsall to his wife S. A. Pearsall, May 11, 1864

    • 1864-05-11; 1864-05-13; 1864-05-14
    • George W. Pearsall writes to his wife to let her know that he is still alive. He is engaged in battle at Spotsylvania Courthouse. The letter is three or four days long as he has to stop writing many times due to movements and fighting.
    • Pearsall, George W.
    • Letter: John Futch to Martha Futch, May 28, 1863

    • 1863-05-28
    • John Futch thanks his wife for her recent letter and is sorry to hear that she is still unwell. He says that John B. Blake "...did not tel much of a lie for they was a grate deal that did not do there deuty..." He describes the condition of a...
    • Futch, John

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