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Papers, 1813-1973.

Author: Johnson family.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, genealogical data, reminiscences, certificates, appointments, sermon, clippings, and other items, relating to the Johnson and Love families, including correspondence of Eliza Matilda Love (1790-1875) and her daughters, Cecilia (Love) Armistead (1823-1850) and Flora (Love) Johnson (1817-1901), detailing life in South Carolina before, during, and after the Civil War; correspondence of Dr. Richard Love  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Reminiscences
Genealogies
Sermons
History
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Johnson family.
OCLC Number: 28414290
Description: 1 linear ft.

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Correspondence, genealogical data, reminiscences, certificates, appointments, sermon, clippings, and other items, relating to the Johnson and Love families, including correspondence of Eliza Matilda Love (1790-1875) and her daughters, Cecilia (Love) Armistead (1823-1850) and Flora (Love) Johnson (1817-1901), detailing life in South Carolina before, during, and after the Civil War; correspondence of Dr. Richard Love Johnson (1841-1913), son of Flora (Love) Johnson, describing his activities as an assistant surgeon with South Carolina's Kershaw's Brigade, medical treatment of the wounded, camp life, battles in Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee, his courtship with his future wife, Isabella Mackay (1840-1911), and his move to Rolla, Mo. (ca. 1878) to resume his medical practice; correspondence of his uncles, Rev. Richard Johnson (1809-1873), chaplain with South Carolina's Hampton's Legion, and Dr. John A. Johnson (1819-1882), soldier with South Carolina Infantry, 9th Regiment, relating to their military service and their lives after the war; and correspondence of a relative, concerning his attempt to obtain Dr. Richard Love Johnson a position with Freedmen's Bureau on Edisto Island. Other places represented include Indianapolis, Ind., and Washington, D.C.

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