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The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 6, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Meeting in Chesterfield county. Chesterfield, Va. Sept. 8. After due notice, a meeting was held at Trinity Church, on Monday, Sept. 2d, 1861,composed of the ladies in the vicinity of Clover Hill, for the purpose of organizing a Soldiers' Aid Society. Mr. Wm. E. Blankinship was appointed Chairman pro tem., and Miss Kate Cox elected Secretary. The objects of the meeting being duly explained, the election of officers was next entered into, and the following ladies chosen: Mrs. James H. Cox, President. Mrs. John R. Walke, Vice-President. Mrs. R. P. Grymes, Treasurer. Miss Kate V. Cox, Cor. and Rec. Sec'y. It was, on motion, decided that the name of the society should be the "Winterport Soldiers' Relief Society." The principal object of this association is to assist in procuring and making suitable and comfortable winter clothing for the needy soldiers who are at present deprived of the sweet comforts of home and the fonder care and aid of sympathiz
Sh S A Lociety, green peas, and cordial, black berry vinegar, ham, &c. Mrs John E Perkinson, Amelia, biscuit, roast and fried chicken. From--, bbl ice. Mrs Dr Walker, Taylor, Bransford, and other ladies of Chesterfield, box eggs, bread, biscuit, &c. Some Ladies of Rockingham, coop of chickens. From--, one box hospital supplies. From--, box ice. E T Jeffress, Nottoway, lambs, onions, green peas, &c. Ladies of Betria Church, Chesterfield, through Miss Kate Cox, 24 pillows, 24 shirts, drawers, pants, socks, comforts, cotton and linen rags, &c. Mrs Martha E Ward, Nottoway, bread, biscuit, crackers, bandages, rags, and feathers. C Barksdale, Mattoax Depot, shirts, old linen, butter, biscuit, 11 dozen eggs, and hominy. Mrs M A Fowikes, Burksville, fresh meat, eggs, bread and biscuit, and butter. W B Jones & Co, one tierce rice. Ladies of Bacon Ford. Culpeper, pillows and pillow cases, sheets, towels, shirts and drawers, r