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New Haven (Connecticut, United States) (search for this): article 4
Dead. --Lieut. C. S. Webster, U. S. A., a grandson of the great lexicographer, Nosh Webster, and a great grandson of Martha Washington, died at New Haven, Connecticut, on the 10th inst. His brother Eugene was killed on Gen. Lee's staff in the battles before Richmond.
Nosh Webster (search for this): article 4
Dead. --Lieut. C. S. Webster, U. S. A., a grandson of the great lexicographer, Nosh Webster, and a great grandson of Martha Washington, died at New Haven, Connecticut, on the 10th inst. His brother Eugene was killed on Gen. Lee's staff in the battles before Richmond.
Martha Washington (search for this): article 4
Dead. --Lieut. C. S. Webster, U. S. A., a grandson of the great lexicographer, Nosh Webster, and a great grandson of Martha Washington, died at New Haven, Connecticut, on the 10th inst. His brother Eugene was killed on Gen. Lee's staff in the battles before Richmond.
C. S. Webster (search for this): article 4
Dead. --Lieut. C. S. Webster, U. S. A., a grandson of the great lexicographer, Nosh Webster, and a great grandson of Martha Washington, died at New Haven, Connecticut, on the 10th inst. His brother Eugene was killed on Gen. Lee's staff in the battles before Richmond.
R. E. Lee (search for this): article 4
Dead. --Lieut. C. S. Webster, U. S. A., a grandson of the great lexicographer, Nosh Webster, and a great grandson of Martha Washington, died at New Haven, Connecticut, on the 10th inst. His brother Eugene was killed on Gen. Lee's staff in the battles before Richmond.
Dead. --Lieut. C. S. Webster, U. S. A., a grandson of the great lexicographer, Nosh Webster, and a great grandson of Martha Washington, died at New Haven, Connecticut, on the 10th inst. His brother Eugene was killed on Gen. Lee's staff in the battles before Richmond.