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West Point (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 15
ried applies, &c. Mrs. J. Gilmer, 1 pair socks, Mrs. John Stewart, lint. Chas Palmer, $100. Wm. Barrett, $25. Ladies' Green Spring Aid Society, that Mrs. James M. Vest, for Kanawha pairs gloves. Miss Saille P. Winston, Hanover Society, 12 comforts, 5 pillows. Mrs. A. W. Morris, Roanoke county, bandages. Mrs. Gen. Watts, Big Lick, $50 Mrs. Alice W. Morris, Big Lick, Mrs. Emma Carr, Big Lick, $ Mrs. John Stuart, lint Box comforts for West Point Hord Black Walnut Aid Society. J. W., one bundle for Globe Hospital A lot of pickles, jellies, preserves, Mississippi Depot. Hospital supplies, of all kinds are much needed at present, and will be the fully received. Contributions for the Soldiers' From Mrs. Henry Webb, of New Kent From Peter V. Daniel, Jr. Richmond. From John Ferguson, Jr. Richmond. From Prof Geo. E. Dabney, Jr. Richmond. From Miss M. M. Fontaine, Jr. Richmond. From Jo
Black Walnut Run (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 15
Mrs. J. Gilmer, 1 pair socks, Mrs. John Stewart, lint. Chas Palmer, $100. Wm. Barrett, $25. Ladies' Green Spring Aid Society, that Mrs. James M. Vest, for Kanawha pairs gloves. Miss Saille P. Winston, Hanover Society, 12 comforts, 5 pillows. Mrs. A. W. Morris, Roanoke county, bandages. Mrs. Gen. Watts, Big Lick, $50 Mrs. Alice W. Morris, Big Lick, Mrs. Emma Carr, Big Lick, $ Mrs. John Stuart, lint Box comforts for West Point Hord Black Walnut Aid Society. J. W., one bundle for Globe Hospital A lot of pickles, jellies, preserves, Mississippi Depot. Hospital supplies, of all kinds are much needed at present, and will be the fully received. Contributions for the Soldiers' From Mrs. Henry Webb, of New Kent From Peter V. Daniel, Jr. Richmond. From John Ferguson, Jr. Richmond. From Prof Geo. E. Dabney, Jr. Richmond. From Miss M. M. Fontaine, Jr. Richmond. From John Grœme, Jr. Rich
Roanoke County (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 15
, for Hospital at Staunton comforted lows, drawers, socks, sheets, wines, &c. Ladies' S. A. Society, Chalette, C. H. Mrs. W. W. Henry, 2 comforts, 1 blanket sweet potatoes, dried applies, &c. Mrs. J. Gilmer, 1 pair socks, Mrs. John Stewart, lint. Chas Palmer, $100. Wm. Barrett, $25. Ladies' Green Spring Aid Society, that Mrs. James M. Vest, for Kanawha pairs gloves. Miss Saille P. Winston, Hanover Society, 12 comforts, 5 pillows. Mrs. A. W. Morris, Roanoke county, bandages. Mrs. Gen. Watts, Big Lick, $50 Mrs. Alice W. Morris, Big Lick, Mrs. Emma Carr, Big Lick, $ Mrs. John Stuart, lint Box comforts for West Point Hord Black Walnut Aid Society. J. W., one bundle for Globe Hospital A lot of pickles, jellies, preserves, Mississippi Depot. Hospital supplies, of all kinds are much needed at present, and will be the fully received. Contributions for the Soldiers' From Mrs. Henry Webb, of New Kent
McAllister (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 15
Roger Martin, Superintendent my Depot Young Men's Christian and Ladies' Aid Society, acknowledge receipt of the following contribution month of April: A Virginia lady, 8 pairs elks, sacks, John H. Cross, Hanover, 24 pater son Mrs. Joe S. Walthall and mrs O. J. sheets, pillows and pillow-cased, and for Maryland Hospital. Eliza Fuhring, 6 pairs gloves. Mrs. General Lee, 8 pairs socks for west. Through W. Hargrave White, Dr. Moore's fast-day sermon. Mrs. P. Holt. and other ladies of C. H, for Hospital at Staunton comforted lows, drawers, socks, sheets, wines, &c. Ladies' S. A. Society, Chalette, C. H. Mrs. W. W. Henry, 2 comforts, 1 blanket sweet potatoes, dried applies, &c. Mrs. J. Gilmer, 1 pair socks, Mrs. John Stewart, lint. Chas Palmer, $100. Wm. Barrett, $25. Ladies' Green Spring Aid Society, that Mrs. James M. Vest, for Kanawha pairs gloves. Miss Saille P. Winston, Hanover Society, 12 comforts, 5 pil
Roger Martin (search for this): article 15
Roger Martin, Superintendent my Depot Young Men's Christian and Ladies' Aid Society, acknowledge receipt of the following contribution month of April: A Virginia lady, 8 pairs elks, sacks, John H. Cross, Hanover, 24 pater son Mrs. Joe S. Walthall and mrs O. J. sheets, pillows and pillow-cased, and for Maryland Hospital. Eliza Fuhring, 6 pairs gloves. Mrs. General Lee, 8 pairs socks for west. Through W. Hargrave White, Dr. Moore's fast-day sermon. Mrs. P. Holt. and other ladies of C. H, for Hospital at Staunton comforted lows, drawers, socks, sheets, wines, &c. Ladies' S. A. Society, Chalette, C. H. Mrs. W. W. Henry, 2 comforts, 1 blanket sweet potatoes, dried applies, &c. Mrs. J. Gilmer, 1 pair socks, Mrs. John Stewart, lint. Chas Palmer, $100. Wm. Barrett, $25. Ladies' Green Spring Aid Society, that Mrs. James M. Vest, for Kanawha pairs gloves. Miss Saille P. Winston, Hanover Society, 12 comforts, 5 pill
Peter V. Daniel (search for this): article 15
Mrs. Gen. Watts, Big Lick, $50 Mrs. Alice W. Morris, Big Lick, Mrs. Emma Carr, Big Lick, $ Mrs. John Stuart, lint Box comforts for West Point Hord Black Walnut Aid Society. J. W., one bundle for Globe Hospital A lot of pickles, jellies, preserves, Mississippi Depot. Hospital supplies, of all kinds are much needed at present, and will be the fully received. Contributions for the Soldiers' From Mrs. Henry Webb, of New Kent From Peter V. Daniel, Jr. Richmond. From John Ferguson, Jr. Richmond. From Prof Geo. E. Dabney, Jr. Richmond. From Miss M. M. Fontaine, Jr. Richmond. From John Grœme, Jr. Richmond. From C. M., Jr., Richmond. From Mrs. Grœme, Jr., Richmond. From J. W. Tyler, Jr., Richmond. Contributions of money or supplies forwarded to the Superintendent of the Depot, or to the members of the Army committee, as follows: Wm. P. , at office of the J. R. & K. Col. James Gor 14th, between
W. W. Henry (search for this): article 15
irginia lady, 8 pairs elks, sacks, John H. Cross, Hanover, 24 pater son Mrs. Joe S. Walthall and mrs O. J. sheets, pillows and pillow-cased, and for Maryland Hospital. Eliza Fuhring, 6 pairs gloves. Mrs. General Lee, 8 pairs socks for west. Through W. Hargrave White, Dr. Moore's fast-day sermon. Mrs. P. Holt. and other ladies of C. H, for Hospital at Staunton comforted lows, drawers, socks, sheets, wines, &c. Ladies' S. A. Society, Chalette, C. H. Mrs. W. W. Henry, 2 comforts, 1 blanket sweet potatoes, dried applies, &c. Mrs. J. Gilmer, 1 pair socks, Mrs. John Stewart, lint. Chas Palmer, $100. Wm. Barrett, $25. Ladies' Green Spring Aid Society, that Mrs. James M. Vest, for Kanawha pairs gloves. Miss Saille P. Winston, Hanover Society, 12 comforts, 5 pillows. Mrs. A. W. Morris, Roanoke county, bandages. Mrs. Gen. Watts, Big Lick, $50 Mrs. Alice W. Morris, Big Lick, Mrs. Emma Carr, Big Lick, $
John Stuart (search for this): article 15
, 2 comforts, 1 blanket sweet potatoes, dried applies, &c. Mrs. J. Gilmer, 1 pair socks, Mrs. John Stewart, lint. Chas Palmer, $100. Wm. Barrett, $25. Ladies' Green Spring Aid Society, that Mrs. James M. Vest, for Kanawha pairs gloves. Miss Saille P. Winston, Hanover Society, 12 comforts, 5 pillows. Mrs. A. W. Morris, Roanoke county, bandages. Mrs. Gen. Watts, Big Lick, $50 Mrs. Alice W. Morris, Big Lick, Mrs. Emma Carr, Big Lick, $ Mrs. John Stuart, lint Box comforts for West Point Hord Black Walnut Aid Society. J. W., one bundle for Globe Hospital A lot of pickles, jellies, preserves, Mississippi Depot. Hospital supplies, of all kinds are much needed at present, and will be the fully received. Contributions for the Soldiers' From Mrs. Henry Webb, of New Kent From Peter V. Daniel, Jr. Richmond. From John Ferguson, Jr. Richmond. From Prof Geo. E. Dabney, Jr. Richmond. From Miss
Roger Martin, Superintendent my Depot Young Men's Christian and Ladies' Aid Society, acknowledge receipt of the following contribution month of April: A Virginia lady, 8 pairs elks, sacks, John H. Cross, Hanover, 24 pater son Mrs. Joe S. Walthall and mrs O. J. sheets, pillows and pillow-cased, and for Maryland Hospital. Eliza Fuhring, 6 pairs gloves. Mrs. General Lee, 8 pairs socks for west. Through W. Hargrave White, Dr. Moore's fast-day sermon. Mrs. P. Holt. and other ladies of C. H, for Hospital at Staunton comforted lows, drawers, socks, sheets, wines, &c. Ladies' S. A. Society, Chalette, C. H. Mrs. W. W. Henry, 2 comforts, 1 blanket sweet potatoes, dried applies, &c. Mrs. J. Gilmer, 1 pair socks, Mrs. John Stewart, lint. Chas Palmer, $100. Wm. Barrett, $25. Ladies' Green Spring Aid Society, that Mrs. James M. Vest, for Kanawha pairs gloves. Miss Saille P. Winston, Hanover Society, 12 comforts, 5 pillows
g Lick, Mrs. Emma Carr, Big Lick, $ Mrs. John Stuart, lint Box comforts for West Point Hord Black Walnut Aid Society. J. W., one bundle for Globe Hospital A lot of pickles, jellies, preserves, Mississippi Depot. Hospital supplies, of all kinds are much needed at present, and will be the fully received. Contributions for the Soldiers' From Mrs. Henry Webb, of New Kent From Peter V. Daniel, Jr. Richmond. From John Ferguson, Jr. Richmond. From Prof Geo. E. Dabney, Jr. Richmond. From Miss M. M. Fontaine, Jr. Richmond. From John Grœme, Jr. Richmond. From C. M., Jr., Richmond. From Mrs. Grœme, Jr., Richmond. From J. W. Tyler, Jr., Richmond. Contributions of money or supplies forwarded to the Superintendent of the Depot, or to the members of the Army committee, as follows: Wm. P. , at office of the J. R. & K. Col. James Gor 14th, between Main and Franklin, and Burress, on Broad, between 8th and .
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