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The Daily Dispatch: May 9, 1863., [Electronic resource], A Specimen — the Yankees in Goochland. (search)
Another "Uncommon Woman." --We published, a few days since, the exploits of Mrs. Spencer, of Chilton county, Indiana; in presenting her husband, Joseph. L. Spencer, on the 29th of December inst, with four young Spencers at one birth. But Mrs. Magee, of Rowens, Wells county, Indiana, is greatly uncommoner" than Mrs. SpencerL. Spencer, on the 29th of December inst, with four young Spencers at one birth. But Mrs. Magee, of Rowens, Wells county, Indiana, is greatly uncommoner" than Mrs. Spencer in the way of babies. During a period of three years seven months and nineteen days Mrs. M. gave birth to twelve children, all of whom are alive and kicking. The births occurred as follows: June 24th, 1859. one child, June 30th, two children May 29th, 1860. two children, March 29th, 1861. three children; February 13th, 1862, fMrs. Spencer in the way of babies. During a period of three years seven months and nineteen days Mrs. M. gave birth to twelve children, all of whom are alive and kicking. The births occurred as follows: June 24th, 1859. one child, June 30th, two children May 29th, 1860. two children, March 29th, 1861. three children; February 13th, 1862, four children. In there war times Mrs. M.'s services on recruiting infantry are invaluable.--New Albany Lodger.