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United States (United States) (search for this): article 16
Eight Sons in the army. --Mrs Martha Tyler, a widow lady living in Henrico county, Va., ten miles west of Richmond, has eight, sons in the service of the Confederate States viz. three in Courtney's Artillery, two in the Hampden Artillery, two in the 15th Virginia infantry, and one in Captain Wren's company of cavalry.
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Eight Sons in the army. --Mrs Martha Tyler, a widow lady living in Henrico county, Va., ten miles west of Richmond, has eight, sons in the service of the Confederate States viz. three in Courtney's Artillery, two in the Hampden Artillery, two in the 15th Virginia infantry, and one in Captain Wren's company of cavalry.
Eight Sons in the army. --Mrs Martha Tyler, a widow lady living in Henrico county, Va., ten miles west of Richmond, has eight, sons in the service of the Confederate States viz. three in Courtney's Artillery, two in the Hampden Artillery, two in the 15th Virginia infantry, and one in Captain Wren's company of cavalry.
Martha Tyler (search for this): article 16
Eight Sons in the army. --Mrs Martha Tyler, a widow lady living in Henrico county, Va., ten miles west of Richmond, has eight, sons in the service of the Confederate States viz. three in Courtney's Artillery, two in the Hampden Artillery, two in the 15th Virginia infantry, and one in Captain Wren's company of cavalry.