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The George White papers, 1846-1864 : consisting mainly of the correspondence of a confederate surgeon to his wife

prepared by the Historical Records Survey, Service Division, War Service Section, Work Projects Administration
Books/Monographs/Book on Film
English
New York, New York : Filmed by the Columbia University Library, 1942
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microreproduction of original published: New York : Historical Records Survey, 1942. 261 p. : maps, ports.

Reproduced from typescript.

Includes index.

Dr. George D. White (1826-1864), a physician in Randolph and Upshur Counties, Virginia (now West Virginia), married Lucy Jane Kent of Wythe County, Virginia, in 1855. They had three children, 1856-1860. He was appointed surgeon in the Confederate States Army from Virginia in 1861 and assigned to the 29th Regiment Virginia Infantry, which regiment served in Cose's Brigade, Pickett's Division. He died of typhoid fever in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Includes the Kent family, children of Col. Joseph Kent.

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