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|Collection Reference Number
|From Archive Folder
|Collection of Joseph M. Maitland
|Ann Maitland to Joseph M. Maitland expressing her relief that he is safe in Memphis, baptisms and the comfort of religion
|10 February 1865
|Maitland, Ann (fl. 1854-1871)
|Maitland, Joseph M.
|Expresses relief he is still in Memphis. Reports his regiment is suffering, with little to no food. Says the Baptist meeting is over and they "immersed" seventeen people. Comments she witnessed the immersion and "...became disgusted and went home thinking I had seen enough for one day." Mentions that Grier is at a party, but she intends to limit his socializing in the future. States she is glad that religion comforts him in all his trials.
|Civil War Military History Union Forces Woman Author Women's History Children and Family Religion Entertaining and Hospitality Military Provisions Diet and Nutrition
|Maitland, Joseph M. (1839-1918) Maitland, Ann (fl. 1854-1871)
|The American Civil War; Religion; Women in American History
|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