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John Newton Smith Letters
January - September 1863

donated by Dorothea Little Vanderslice Fenwick,

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Head quarters Lees Calvary Brigade   1863 01 11 Pa Newton  
Head quarters Lees Calvary Brigade   1863 01 11 Sister Newton  
Head quarters Lees Calvary Brigade   1863 01 15 Brother Newton horses worth $300-$1000; pork selling for $.50/lb
Head quarters Lees Calvary Brigade Essex Co., VA 1863 01 21 Pa Newton  
Head quarters Lees Calvary Brigade Essex Co., VA 1863 02 01 Sister Newton apples selling for $.25; knit cap
Head quarters Lees Calvary Brigade Essex Co., VA 1863 02 09 Pa Newton send a Bible
Head quarters Lees Calvary Brigade Essex Co., VA 1863 02 15 Pa Newton  
Head quarters Lees Calvary Brigade Essex Co., VA 1863 02 20 Sister Newton  
Head quarters Lees Calvary Brigade Essex Co., VA 1863 02 25 Pa Newton  
Camp Gregg VA 1863 04 01 Cousin Ida Babb, Lewis H.  
Head quarters Lees Calvary Brigade Culpepper Court House, VA 1863 04 12 Sister Newt  
Head quarters Lees Calvary Brigade Gordonsville, VA 1863 05 05 Pa Newt  
Head quarters Lees Calvary Brigade Orange Court House, VA 1863 05 08 Pa Newton  
Head quarters Lees Calvary Brigade Orange Court House, VA 1863 05 14 Sister Newton  
Hanover Academy Hospital VA 1863 09 29 Sir Meredith, S. J. N. Smith of Co. "I" 13th VA Calvary
Hanover Academy Hospital   1863 06 02 Uncle Croft, C. T. "Nute" taken sick 2 weeks ago
Hamilton Cooping Fredericksburg, VA 1864 03 18 Smith, Mr. B. R. Savage, Capt. A., Co. I 13th VA Calvbary  
Hanover Academy Hospital   1863 06 09 Uncle Croft, Charles Newton has typhoid fever, ulcerated bowels
Confderate States of America   1863 06 08 Estate of John N. Smith Savage, Alex., Capt. Co. "I" 13th VA Calvary  
Hanover Academy Hospital   1863 06 09 Uncle Croft, Charles John N. Smith wanted to be buried at home

John Newton Smith was the son of B. R. Smith of Somerton, VA. Newton's sister married Robert Washington Baker (of Suffolk, Va.). They named their first son Robert Newton Baker.
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