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Greene County (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 24
Patriotic ladies. --Sarah C. Hunnicutt, Annie E. Williams, Kate J. Randolph and Emma F. Williams, of Greene county, N. C., have addressed a letter to Gov. Ellis, tendering their services to the State as nurses, or in any other capacity in which they can aid the brave volunteers. They are willing and ready to take the field with them and there minister to the wants of the wounded.
Emma F. Williams (search for this): article 24
Patriotic ladies. --Sarah C. Hunnicutt, Annie E. Williams, Kate J. Randolph and Emma F. Williams, of Greene county, N. C., have addressed a letter to Gov. Ellis, tendering their services to the State as nurses, or in any other capacity in which they can aid the brave volunteers. They are willing and ready to take the field with them and there minister to the wants of the wounded.
Patriotic ladies. --Sarah C. Hunnicutt, Annie E. Williams, Kate J. Randolph and Emma F. Williams, of Greene county, N. C., have addressed a letter to Gov. Ellis, tendering their services to the State as nurses, or in any other capacity in which they can aid the brave volunteers. They are willing and ready to take the field with them and there minister to the wants of the wounded.
Kate J. Randolph (search for this): article 24
Patriotic ladies. --Sarah C. Hunnicutt, Annie E. Williams, Kate J. Randolph and Emma F. Williams, of Greene county, N. C., have addressed a letter to Gov. Ellis, tendering their services to the State as nurses, or in any other capacity in which they can aid the brave volunteers. They are willing and ready to take the field with them and there minister to the wants of the wounded.
Annie E. Williams (search for this): article 24
Patriotic ladies. --Sarah C. Hunnicutt, Annie E. Williams, Kate J. Randolph and Emma F. Williams, of Greene county, N. C., have addressed a letter to Gov. Ellis, tendering their services to the State as nurses, or in any other capacity in which they can aid the brave volunteers. They are willing and ready to take the field with them and there minister to the wants of the wounded.
Sarah C. Hunnicutt (search for this): article 24
Patriotic ladies. --Sarah C. Hunnicutt, Annie E. Williams, Kate J. Randolph and Emma F. Williams, of Greene county, N. C., have addressed a letter to Gov. Ellis, tendering their services to the State as nurses, or in any other capacity in which they can aid the brave volunteers. They are willing and ready to take the field with them and there minister to the wants of the wounded.