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|Collection Reference Number
|From Archive Folder
|Collection of Joseph M. Maitland
|Ann Maitland to Joseph M. Maitland discussing the toll that farm work is taking on his brother and Bell Wharton's plans to start teaching
|23 October 1864
|Maitland, Ann (fl. 1854-1871)
|Maitland, Joseph M.
|Reports Grier is not feeling well and is very tired from all the field work he's doing. Informs him they all went to church and heard a good sermon. Says Bell looks well and will begin teaching soon. States the potato crop is the best ever with thirty-one bushels. Updates him on the neighbors. Letter continues the following morning. Envelope includes a three cent stamp.
|Civil War Military History Union Forces Children and Family Woman Author Women's History Health and Medical Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Religion Education
|Maitland, Joseph M. (1839-1918) Maitland, Ann (fl. 1854-1871) Wharton, Bell (fl. 1862-1866) Maitland, Grier (fl. 1837-1920)
|The American Civil War; Women in American History; Children & Family; Agriculture; Education
|Papers and Images of the American Civil War
|Joseph Maitland enlisted on 8 August 1862 as a Private. He was mustered into "G" Co. OH 95th Infantry. He was mustered out 31 May 1865 at Memphis, Tennessee.
|The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
|Civil War, Reconstruction and the Modern Era: 1860-1945
|Civil War: Recipient Relationship
|Civil War: Unit
|95th Ohio Infantry, G Company