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The Daily Dispatch: July 8, 1862., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
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Death of Col. Ellett's wife. --The Philadelphia inquirer announces the death of Col. Ellett's wife, as follows: "At eight o'clock last evening Mrs. Elvins Ellett, wife of the late Col. Ellett, died at her residence in this city, in the fCol. Ellett's wife, as follows: "At eight o'clock last evening Mrs. Elvins Ellett, wife of the late Col. Ellett, died at her residence in this city, in the forty sixth year of her age.--She was the daughter of the late Judge Daniel, of Virginia, and brother of the present Judge Daniel, on the same bench. She has had four children, all of whom are now living. She was present at the death of her husbandMrs. Elvins Ellett, wife of the late Col. Ellett, died at her residence in this city, in the forty sixth year of her age.--She was the daughter of the late Judge Daniel, of Virginia, and brother of the present Judge Daniel, on the same bench. She has had four children, all of whom are now living. She was present at the death of her husband, in Cairo, III, and came to the city with his remains. Her death has resulted from no disease, being mainly from pure exhaustion and Col. Ellett, died at her residence in this city, in the forty sixth year of her age.--She was the daughter of the late Judge Daniel, of Virginia, and brother of the present Judge Daniel, on the same bench. She has had four children, all of whom are now living. She was present at the death of her husband, in Cairo, III, and came to the city with his remains. Her death has resulted from no disease, being mainly from pure exhaustion and