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Scope and Contents The letter is dated March 24, 1862. It is filled with general news. He talks about that the regiment may be on the way further south. Warner had been sick but felt better. He had stopped at the house of a widow and five daughters who helped him even though all their friends had been in the Confederacy. He reported that the ladies, “…don’t know anything about cooking.” He stated that he had not heard from her in almost four weeks and “…give me at least the scratch of your pen…” The small...
Scope and Contents Harry goes into great detail about the pursuit of John Hunt Morgan and his Confederate soldiers who raided Ohio during June and July of 1863. By the time he writes the letter Morgan has been captured by Union troops but he does give information about what his unit did in chasing Morgan and his men. Also mentions General Shackelford and the Battle of Salienville. It is very difficult, without further information, to identify the soldier of this letter. Some searching was done looking at Ohio...
Scope and Contents This collection contains the letters of John C. Forbes, a Civil War veteran and native of Rome Township, Bradford County, PA. Forbes served successively with the 50th Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers and 15th New York Engineers from September 9, 1861 until his second discharge in June 1865. A veteran of both the Siege of Fort Pulaski and the Battle of Sharpsburg/Antietam, Forbes’ service mainly involved the construction of fortifications, earthworks, or infrastructure projects....
- Bradford County (Pa.) -- History -- 19th century 1
- Diaries 1
- Ohio -- History -- Sources 1
- Petersburg (Va.) -- History -- 19th century 1
- United States. Army. New York Infantry Regiment, 15th (1861) -- History 1
- United States. Army. Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, 50th (1861-1865). Company G -- History 1 ∧ less
- Bayles, Burtis 1
- Bayles, Charles H. 1
- Forbes family 1
- Forbes, John C. 1
- Forbes, Lydia Jane 1