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The Daily Dispatch: September 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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Appearing. --Lieut. Bryan Whitfield, of Alabama, who died recently in this city, of typhoid fever, had been married but three weeks when he left his beautiful and accomplished bride for Virginia. Hearing of his Illness, she started for Richmond to join him, but only arrived after his burial. Lieutenant Whitfield was the soof typhoid fever, had been married but three weeks when he left his beautiful and accomplished bride for Virginia. Hearing of his Illness, she started for Richmond to join him, but only arrived after his burial. Lieutenant Whitfield was the son of General Whitfield, of Florida, and was a young man of great ability and promise. of typhoid fever, had been married but three weeks when he left his beautiful and accomplished bride for Virginia. Hearing of his Illness, she started for Richmond to join him, but only arrived after his burial. Lieutenant Whitfield was the son of General Whitfield, of Florida, and was a young man of great ability and promise.