Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Miss Mary Elizabeth Cheves” in chapter 1.44, section c.1.44.36, page 153 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
... Atlanta and popular in his new home. When he gave up his sword at Appomattox he was captain and adjutant-general of the First Artillery Corps, on the staff of General E. P. Alexander. He married Miss Mary Elizabeth Cheves and the pair have a grown famly of three sons and a daughter. Last in this remarkable family roster comes Lewis Wardlaw Haskell. He was but a youth when paroled with the remnant...
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