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Isaiah Conley Civil War Correspondence, July 19, 1863 (Ms2015-051)
‘Voices’ for The Things They Carried
In November 2015, the Third Veterans in Society Conference, in conjunction with the New River Valley Big Read Program, presented author Tim O'Brien,…
Huff-Hylton Genealogy Materials (Ms1998-001)
The collection contained photocopies of genealogical research related to the Huff and Hylton families. These materials were scanned and combined into …
Letter, L. D. Hylton to S. Weddle, n.d. (Ms1998-001)
Hylton talks about what he heard about the battle at Richmond.
Envelope, S.P. Weddle to Barbara Hylton (Ms1998-001)
Addressed to Mrs. Barbara Hylton of Floyd Co., VA.
Poem, Barbara Hylton (Ms1998-001)
Hylton writes a poem to her husband, Lorenzo, about receiving the picture that he sent.
Needlepoint, Barbara Hylton (Ms1998-001)
"United forever" stitched with two hearts with an arrow through them.
Letter, Barbara Soscha to Mr. Robert Howell, Marietta, GA., June 12, 1975 (Ms1998-001)
Letter regarding Lorenzo D. Hylton's gravesite in Marietta, Georgia. Certificate of Hylton's war record.
Assignment of real estate, James Dillion to Barbara Dillion, Patrick County, VA.,
Assignment of real estate in Patrick County, VA., of James Dillion to his widow, Barbara Dillion.
Letter, Martha Huff to Barbara E. Hylton, Putnam Co., IN., April 11, 1875 (Ms1998-001)
Huff asks her sister for news of her health and tells her about a baby who died recently after falling ill. *on back of letter - another letter from…
Letter, Martha Huff to Barbra Hylton and Mother Huff, Hundrix County, IN, October 24, 1866 (Ms1998-001)
Huff tells her sister about her family's health and a funeral.
Letter, Martha Huff to Barbara E. Hylton, Hundrix Co., IN., August 8, 1866 (Ms1998-001)
Huff tells her sister about her family's health.
Promissory Note, Barbara E. Hylton to Riley H. Hylton, October 7, 1865 (Ms1998-001)
Promissory note marking the payment of eight dollars and 90 cents to Riley Hylton.
Letter, Martha Huff to E. Hylton, Putnam Co., IN., July 21, 1864 (Ms1998-001)
Huff tells her sister that misfortune has made her move to another place in Putnam County.
Letter, Leliann Hubbard to Barbara E. Hyton, July 8, 1864 (Ms1998-001)
Hubbard tells her sister that they've both lost their companions and talks about moving on with the children.
Letter, James H. Guthrie, February 1864 (Ms1998-001)
Note telling the recipient that they will be receiving a lock of hair.
Letter, Isa Hylton to Barbara Hylton, Dalton, GA., February 18, 1864 (Ms1998-001)
Isa Hylton writes to Barbara regarding Lorenzo Hylton's death.
Confederate Bond, February 17, 1864 (Ms1998-001)
Five dollar confederate bond.
Letter, Samuel Slusher to Barbara E. Hylton, Camp near Dalton, GA., February 15, 1864 (Ms1998-001)
Slusher informs Barbara Hylton of the death of her husband, Lorenzo.
Letter, L. D. Hylton to B. E. Hylton, Marrieta, GA., January 20, 1864 (Ms1998-001)
Hylton updates his wife on his recovery since his injury.
Letter, L. D. Hylton to B. E. Hylton, Camp on Black Water, VA., March 12, 1863 (Ms1998-001)
Hylton talks about his marching orders and war news.
Letter, Lorenzo D. Hylton to Bruwell Hylton, February 1, 1863 (Ms1998-001)
Lorenzo Hylton tells Burwell Hylton to tell his wife that he has sent a picture to her and to look for it at Uncle Bryant's.
Letter, Lorenzo Hylton to Barbara Hylton, Dinwiddie, CO., VA., December 28, 1862 (Ms1998-001)
Near Petersburg, Hylton tells his wife about the camp and getting his picture taken to send to her.
Letter, Lorenzo Hylton to Barbara Hylton, Bath Co., KY., October 18, 1862 (Ms1998-001)
Hylton tells his wife that he is going to start marching from Kentucky to Virginia soon. He also instructs her to sell the cows at home.
Letter, L. D. Hylton to [Barbara Hylton], Salt Vill Washington Co., VA., May 10, 1862 (Ms1998-001)
Hylton talks about traveling from Abingdon, VA to Saltville, VA and about where they are going next.
Letter, Barbara Hylton to Lorenzo Hylton, Floyd Co., VA., April 24, 1862 (Ms1998-001)
Hylton tells her husband about the birth of her daughter and about the family helping to get the corn in.
Receipt, L. D. Hylton to George W. Slusher, January 8, 1858 (Ms1998-001)
Receipt for work done by George W. Slusher
Loan Account, Samuel Huff, July 31, 1816 (Ms1998-001)
Montgomery County loan account in the name of Samuel Huff
Fine, Samuel Huff, November 12, 1812 (Ms1998-001)
Fine of 1 dollar and 50 cents to Samuel Huff for delinquency at Battalion and Augt. Musters
Promissory Note, James Brawhey to Samuel Huff, February 23, 1812 (Ms1998-001)
Promises 4 dollars, 4 shillings and two sixpences.
Promissory Note, Sam Huff to John Snyder, January 12, 1808 (Ms1998-001)
Huff promises to pay John Snyder one pound and nine pence.
Indenture, Bird Smith to William Thompson, March 3, 1807 (Ms1998-001)
Indenture between Bird Smith and William Thompson, for land on the west fork of Little River in Montgomery County, VA.
Promissory Note, James Keef to William Byron, September 23, 1806 (Ms1998-001)
Keef promises 8 dollars to be paid on or before November 1, 1806.
Letter, John Weddle to Samuel Huff, August 1806 (Ms1998-001)
Weddle informs Samuel Huff of his welfare after his trip and what he saw while he traveled.
Promissory Note, Bird Smith to Samuel Huff, February 4, 1805 (Ms1998-001)
Bird Smith says that he will give Samuel Huff 30 acres of land.
Promissory Note, Samuel Huff to James Goad, October 8, 1804 (Ms1998-001)
Samuel Huff says that he will pay James Goad $10.00.
Promissory Note, Thomas Goodson, October 23, 1803 (Ms1998-001)
Goodson asks Samuel Huff to pay George Helton two pounds and five shillings for him.
Notices, Samuel Huff, 1803, 1813, 1814 (Ms1998-001)
Notices of payment due from Samuel Huff of the first Battalion of the 75th Virginia Militia, fined for delinquency for failing to attend muster.
Envelope, December 12, 186x
Transcripts of Henry C. Carpenter Letters, 1862-1864 (1996-008)
Letter, William Latham Candler to his brother, Head Quarters A. of P., February 15, 1863 (Ms1997-007)
Candler talks about his brother's upcoming sea voyage to the West Indies and Europe.
Letter, William Latham Candler to his brother, Camp near Potomac Creek, VA, December 21, 1862 (Ms1997-007)
Candler talks about war news, the aftermath in Fredericksburg, and Burnside.
Letter, William Latham Candler to his brother, Washington, D.C., November 6, 1862 (Ms1997-007)
Candler tells his brother about war news including McClellan's actions and what the Army is going to do with him.
Letter, William Latham Candler to his brother, Camp near James River, VA, July 18, 1862 (Ms1997-007)
Candler talks about his family and his brother's duty to take care of them instead of joining the Army.
Letter, William Latham Candler to his brother, Camp near Harrison's Landing, VA, July 15, 1862 (Ms1997-007)
Candler talks about the drafting system and war news.
Letter, William Latham Candler to his brother, Camp near Harrison's Bar, VA, July 7, 1862 (Ms1997-007)
Candler details recent days including camp conditions, weather, and skirmishing.
Letter, William Latham Candler to his brother, Head Quarters Hooker's Div.-Camp near Fair Oaks, VA, June 24, 1862 (Ms1997-007)
Candler details McClellan's actions during the recent skirmishing.
Letter, William Latham Candler to his uncle, Williamsburg, VA, May 10, 1862 (Ms1997-007)
Candler details the most recent fight and the work at the Office of Provost Marshall.
Letter, William Latham Candler to his brother, Camp Hooker-Lower Potomac, MD, December 8, 1861 (Ms1997-007)
Candler tells his brother about the war around him, including the constant bombardment of shells. He talks about the men preparing for another fight…
Letter, William Latham Candler to his brother, Camp Hooker-Duncaster, Charles Co., MD, November 2, 1861 (Ms1997-007)
Candler tells his brother about being released from command of Company C, much to the dismay of the men. He discusses why he doesn't plan to accept…