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Southgate Cregmile Letters

Identifier: MS-1497

This collection consists of thirty-two letters to and from Southgate Cregmile during the Civil War (1862-1865). Cregmile served in the 69th Regiment, Ohio Infantry. The letters are addressed to his family back home and to his brother, Crittenden Cregmile, who also served in the military during the Civil War. Cregmile's letters to his mother and brother discuss the daily activities of a Union Soldier during the Civil War.

Dates: 1862 March 19-1865 May 25

Stephen W. Gibson Letter

Identifier: MS-2929

In this letter to his brother Andrew J. Gibson, Stephen W. Gibson reports on his health, discusses his distaste for the three African American regiments stationed with his unit in Nashville, and asks for information about the activities of the Copperheads in his hometown.

Dates: 1864 June 12

Stephen Ward Letter

Identifier: MS-3032

In this letter to his wife Nancy, Stephen Ward describes encountering Confederate cavalry on a recent scouting mission, the inclement winter weather, and foraging for food and supplies. He also complains that his recent exertions have left him "as sore as an old Government mule" and mentions that a wealthy Union sympathizer had been hung after two of his Confederate neighbors betrayed him shortly before Ward's unit arrived in the area.

Dates: 1863 February 18

T. K. Gay Letter

Identifier: MS-3167

This collection consists of one handwritten letter, written in 1864 in Knoxville, Tennessee, by T. K. Gay of the Signal Corps to his brother Cal in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania. It reports that Knoxville is currently tranquil but expresses concern that John Morgan is preparing to attack. Gay hypothesizes that if Morgan were to attack he would meet strong resistance, as more troops were expected for the defense of the city. Gay also opines that the war will end soon.

Dates: 1864 August 15

Ted Malone and Harold Bell Wright Letters to Christina Scott

Identifier: MS-0528

This collection contains three letters, one type-written and two handwritten, addressed to Christina Scott. The letters are responses to fan mail that Scott sent to Ted Malone, a radio broadcaster, and Harold Wright, an author.

Dates: 1939 April 26-1943 February 14

Thad Roberts Letter

Identifier: MS-2900

In this letter, Thad Roberts of the 148th New York Infantry writes home to cos. Roberts discusses the spread of disease through Nashville, Tennessee where the 148th is stationed. He also mentions the conditions of the regiment's weapons as well as their prisoner of war and death counts.

Dates: 1865 January 24

Thomas Appleton Letter to James B. Williams

Identifier: MS-1278

One handwritten letter dated May 8, 1822 from Thomas Appleton in Springfield, Tennessee to James B. Williams in Bean Station, Tennessee. Appleton discusses his travels from Clarksville, Tennessee to Baton Rouge, Louisiana and back.

Dates: 1822 May 8

Thomas C. McInturff Letter

Identifier: MS-3410

Thomas C. McInturff wrote this letter to his father in East Tennessee from Camp Crawford in Vicksburg, Mississippi on February 19, 1863. In it, he discusses his and Sam's health, asks his father to settle some affairs on his behalf, complains that the food and the weather are both very poor, and states that he believes that Vicksburg is the nastiest place on earth. A notation at the end of the letter indicates that it was written by a friend B. F. F.

Dates: 1863 February 19

Thomas Griffin Letter

Identifier: MS-2963

This collection consists of a letter from Private Thomas Griffin, then serving with Company I of the 8th Indiana Cavalry, written from Camp Shiloh to his wife on April 23, 1862.

Dates: 1862 April 23

Thomas J. Wood Letter

Identifier: MS-3803

Correspondence dated February 19, 1864 written by Thomas John Wood, Union Army Officer, to Samuel Beatty, Brigadier General.

Dates: 1864 February 19

Thomas M. Walker Letter

Identifier: MS-3216

This letter, written by Thomas M. Walker, discusses his time in the Civil War. At the time this letter was written, Walker was stationed with the Ohio 15th Infantry in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

Dates: 1863 December 4

Thomas S. Stribling Letter

Identifier: MS-1438

Author Thomas Stribling wrote this letter to Mr. M. H. Kowan of Columbus, Ohio in response to Kowan's request for answers to five questions, seemingly related to writing.

Dates: 1938 January 21

Thomas Sleeper Letter

Identifier: MS-2909

This collection consists of one letter from Union soldier Thomas C. Sleeper to his sister Sadie Sleeper of Millport, New York. Thomas describes the climate of Nashville, Tennessee (where he is stationed for training) and a visit to Louisville, Kentucky on a short leave.

Dates: 1864 October 23

Thomas Wasson Letter

Identifier: MS-2901

This collection consists of a letter written by Union Soldier Thomas Wasson to his sister Mariette Hutchins of Berlin, Michigan. The letter is dated August 30, 1864 and was written from Wasson's camp in Franklin, Tennessee.

Dates: 1864 August 30

Thompson and Trundle Civil War Letter

Identifier: MS-4010
Abstract This document includes two short letters written by two separate individuals on one sheet of paper during the Civil War. One letter is written by R. T. (Robert Thompson) Trundle and dated November 11, 1862. Trundle provides updates on friends serving in the war. The other letter is written by R. A. Thompson and discusses his health and desire to return to his regiment that he left in Knoxville, Tennessee. Neither note is addressed to someone, but the back of the page shows that the notes are...
Dates: 1862 November 11

Trotter Family Papers

Identifier: MS-0230

This collection contains documents from 1810 to 1917 concerning the Trotter family of Sevier County, Tennessee, including ledgers, legal documents, letters and other materials.

Dates: 1810-1917

Uriah Fleshman Letter

Identifier: MS-3235

Uriah Fleshman of the 118th Ohio Infantry wrote this letter at Camp Soudon, Tennessee on October 25, 1863 just before the Battle of Resaca. He discusses recent skirmishes between his regiment and the nearby Confederate troops as well as the imminent battle.

Dates: 1863 October 25

Uriah Scott Letters

Identifier: MS-3275

This collection consists of two letters written by Uriah Scott. He wrote one to his niece from Fort Pillow, Tennessee on February 27, 1863 and one to his mother from Union City, Tennessee on November 20, 1863. In these letters, Scott describes serving picket guard, mentions fighting in a small battle, and discusses family life. A short note on the back of the letter to his niece addressed to J. J. Weller discusses a business matter involving a black laborer.

Dates: 1863 February 21, 1863 November 20

Urias Fleshman Letter

Identifier: MS-3035

In this March 27, 1864 letter to his sister, Urias Fleshman discusses his life in the military and conveys information gathered from other people's letters.

Dates: 1864 March 27

W. Dwight Reinhardt Letter

Identifier: MS-2243

W. Dwight Reinhardt's July 8, 1862 letter to Sarah Blackburn in Yadkin County, NC, discusses that 23rd Tennessee Regiment (CSA) will soon move from Tupelo, MS, into Tennessee. He also passes along stories of skirmishes fought by the 4th North Carolina.

Dates: 1862 July 8

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