Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mrs. Semmes” in chapter 1.38 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...nd and Danville road, towards Montgomery.
A week later he joined her in Georgia, and in Augusta heard of Lee's surrender.
Thence the way was made by wagon and stage to Montgomery.
Reaching here Mrs. Semmes heard that her husband would be pursued and she determined to save him. She drove to a farm-house, some miles distant from Montgomery, and asked the farmer to give her husband shelter.
All this was...
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