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The Daily Dispatch: August 20, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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for the soldiers. The ladies in the neighborhood of Sum Depot, New Kent county, met at Provided Church, on Tuesday, the 6th of August, formed themselves into a society called Providence Soldiers' Aid Society, for the promotion of comfort of the soldiers of the Confederate army. The society was organized by electing following officers; Mrs. Ann S. Savage, Pr dent; Miss Lizzie Royster, Treasurer; Mr. George W. Fisher, Secretary; Mrs. Minor, Mrs. Dr. Crump, Mrs. S. M. M dy, Mrs. Jane P. Morgan, and Miss Higgins, Managers. Resolved, That each member of this shall solicit contributions in money, work articles of food, to be sent to such places the society shall deem most convenient. Resolved, also, That we offer our service the President of the Soldiers' Working city in Richmond, to do any work for soldiers. Whereupon, the society adjourned, to weekly to receive work and report accordingly. By order of the President, Mrs. Gro. W. Fisher, Secretary