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Wilkinson-Keith Family Papers

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101. C.G. Memminger to Rev. P.T. Keith -- July 17, 1863?
101. C.G. Memminger to Rev. P.T. Keith -- July 17, 1863? This telegram from C.G. Memminger to Rev. P.T. Keith explains that "Willis [was] not injured in [the] last battle"
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089. Willis Keith to Anna Bell Keith -- July 9, 1863
089. Willis Keith to Anna Bell Keith -- July 9, 1863 Willis writes from Williamsport, MD., on a disappointing battle [Gettysburg], where "very many valuable men" were lost; that General Lee is not to cross the Potomac for a "few days".
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090. Willis Keith to Anna Bell Keith -- July 10, 1863
090. Willis Keith to Anna Bell Keith -- July 10, 1863 Willis writes from Williamsport, MD., near the Potomac River, unsure if they are to cross once again. His regiment lost 25 men in a recent encounter. Willis wonders if Vicksburg has fallen, and if his family are headed to Flat Rock, N.C., soon.
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091. Willis Keith to Anna Bell Keith -- July 19, 1863
091. Willis Keith to Anna Bell Keith -- July 19, 1863 Willis writes from Winchester, Va., on Paris having "disappeared" and being left with no-one "to do a hands turn for me"; his reflection: "Our reverse in Pennsylvania, and then the far greater blow, the loss of Vicksburg, and Port Hudson, look gloomy for the Confederacy"; his taking pants from a corpse? on the battlefield.