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Thomas T. Munford (search for this): chapter 1.54
he desire of the compiler that the services and influence of all essentially connected with the Society in its origin and sustenance should have recognition. He has pleasure in here recording, as additions, that Lieutenant-General William J. Hardee, who went to the White Sulphur Springs to attend the convention which reorganized the Southern Historical Society in August, 1873, was prevented from such attendance by illness which resulted fatally a few days after the adjournment of the convention. President Jefferson Davis was also present the last day of the session of the convention and addressed it. There was also a subsequent special meeting, called by the President of the Society, General Early, of those who had enrolled themselves as members. This meeting was in session two days Saturday, September 18, and Monday, September 20, 1873. At these meetings the Secretary, Colonel George Wythe Munford, not being present, his son, General Thomas T. Munford, acted as Secretary.
Jubal A. Early (search for this): chapter 1.54
he desire of the compiler that the services and influence of all essentially connected with the Society in its origin and sustenance should have recognition. He has pleasure in here recording, as additions, that Lieutenant-General William J. Hardee, who went to the White Sulphur Springs to attend the convention which reorganized the Southern Historical Society in August, 1873, was prevented from such attendance by illness which resulted fatally a few days after the adjournment of the convention. President Jefferson Davis was also present the last day of the session of the convention and addressed it. There was also a subsequent special meeting, called by the President of the Society, General Early, of those who had enrolled themselves as members. This meeting was in session two days Saturday, September 18, and Monday, September 20, 1873. At these meetings the Secretary, Colonel George Wythe Munford, not being present, his son, General Thomas T. Munford, acted as Secretary.
George Wythe Munford (search for this): chapter 1.54
the desire of the compiler that the services and influence of all essentially connected with the Society in its origin and sustenance should have recognition. He has pleasure in here recording, as additions, that Lieutenant-General William J. Hardee, who went to the White Sulphur Springs to attend the convention which reorganized the Southern Historical Society in August, 1873, was prevented from such attendance by illness which resulted fatally a few days after the adjournment of the convention. President Jefferson Davis was also present the last day of the session of the convention and addressed it. There was also a subsequent special meeting, called by the President of the Society, General Early, of those who had enrolled themselves as members. This meeting was in session two days Saturday, September 18, and Monday, September 20, 1873. At these meetings the Secretary, Colonel George Wythe Munford, not being present, his son, General Thomas T. Munford, acted as Secretary.
William J. Hardee (search for this): chapter 1.54
ions in the succinct history of the Southern Historical Society, under the above caption, which is given in Vol. XVIII, Southern Historical Society Papers, pp. 349-365. Whilst it was only attempted in that brief account to comprehend important facts, yet it was the desire of the compiler that the services and influence of all essentially connected with the Society in its origin and sustenance should have recognition. He has pleasure in here recording, as additions, that Lieutenant-General William J. Hardee, who went to the White Sulphur Springs to attend the convention which reorganized the Southern Historical Society in August, 1873, was prevented from such attendance by illness which resulted fatally a few days after the adjournment of the convention. President Jefferson Davis was also present the last day of the session of the convention and addressed it. There was also a subsequent special meeting, called by the President of the Society, General Early, of those who ha
Jefferson Davis (search for this): chapter 1.54
he desire of the compiler that the services and influence of all essentially connected with the Society in its origin and sustenance should have recognition. He has pleasure in here recording, as additions, that Lieutenant-General William J. Hardee, who went to the White Sulphur Springs to attend the convention which reorganized the Southern Historical Society in August, 1873, was prevented from such attendance by illness which resulted fatally a few days after the adjournment of the convention. President Jefferson Davis was also present the last day of the session of the convention and addressed it. There was also a subsequent special meeting, called by the President of the Society, General Early, of those who had enrolled themselves as members. This meeting was in session two days Saturday, September 18, and Monday, September 20, 1873. At these meetings the Secretary, Colonel George Wythe Munford, not being present, his son, General Thomas T. Munford, acted as Secretary.
August, 1873 AD (search for this): chapter 1.54
ociety Papers, pp. 349-365. Whilst it was only attempted in that brief account to comprehend important facts, yet it was the desire of the compiler that the services and influence of all essentially connected with the Society in its origin and sustenance should have recognition. He has pleasure in here recording, as additions, that Lieutenant-General William J. Hardee, who went to the White Sulphur Springs to attend the convention which reorganized the Southern Historical Society in August, 1873, was prevented from such attendance by illness which resulted fatally a few days after the adjournment of the convention. President Jefferson Davis was also present the last day of the session of the convention and addressed it. There was also a subsequent special meeting, called by the President of the Society, General Early, of those who had enrolled themselves as members. This meeting was in session two days Saturday, September 18, and Monday, September 20, 1873. At these meet
September 18th (search for this): chapter 1.54
the desire of the compiler that the services and influence of all essentially connected with the Society in its origin and sustenance should have recognition. He has pleasure in here recording, as additions, that Lieutenant-General William J. Hardee, who went to the White Sulphur Springs to attend the convention which reorganized the Southern Historical Society in August, 1873, was prevented from such attendance by illness which resulted fatally a few days after the adjournment of the convention. President Jefferson Davis was also present the last day of the session of the convention and addressed it. There was also a subsequent special meeting, called by the President of the Society, General Early, of those who had enrolled themselves as members. This meeting was in session two days Saturday, September 18, and Monday, September 20, 1873. At these meetings the Secretary, Colonel George Wythe Munford, not being present, his son, General Thomas T. Munford, acted as Secretary.
September 20th, 1873 AD (search for this): chapter 1.54
the desire of the compiler that the services and influence of all essentially connected with the Society in its origin and sustenance should have recognition. He has pleasure in here recording, as additions, that Lieutenant-General William J. Hardee, who went to the White Sulphur Springs to attend the convention which reorganized the Southern Historical Society in August, 1873, was prevented from such attendance by illness which resulted fatally a few days after the adjournment of the convention. President Jefferson Davis was also present the last day of the session of the convention and addressed it. There was also a subsequent special meeting, called by the President of the Society, General Early, of those who had enrolled themselves as members. This meeting was in session two days Saturday, September 18, and Monday, September 20, 1873. At these meetings the Secretary, Colonel George Wythe Munford, not being present, his son, General Thomas T. Munford, acted as Secretary.