Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Mrs. Chestnut” in chapter 1.44, section c.1.44.36, page 153 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
...his own while he lived.
He got leave, came up to the hospital, and the wedding took place amid bright anticipations and showers of April tears.
There was no single vacant space in the house.
So Mrs. Chestnut gave up her room to the bridal pair.
Duty called; the groom hurried back to it the day after the wedding.
That day one year later the husband was a widower, with only the news from his far-away b...
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