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Rebecca's letters : a saga of a Confederate family

edited by Lafayette Claud Eaton, Jr
Books/Monographs
English
Vallejo, California : L.C. Eaton, [1994]
[i], 355, [iii] p. : ill. (some col.), geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Includes index.

Includes information on the families of Davis and Pitchford.

Rebecca Pitchford Davis (1812-1900) was the daughter of Sterling and Elizabeth Davis Pitchford. She was born in Wake County, North Carolina. Her father's family came from Amelia County, Virginia. In 1829 she married Edward "Ned" Davis (1806-1896) who was from Warren County, North Carolina. Ned was the son of Burwell and Martha Hawkins Davis. Ned and Rebecca were the parents of eight children. Four of the Davis sons joined the Confederate Army at the beginning of the Cival War and two were killed during the war. Rebecca wrote faithfully to her children and many of her letters are included in the book. Descendants live throughout the United States.

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