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|Collection Reference Number
|From Archive Folder
|Collection of Joseph M. Maitland
|Ann and William G. Maitland to Joseph M. Maitland discussing farming, unreceived letters and the building of a new church
|24 April 1864
|Maitland, Ann (fl. 1854-1871)
|Maitland, William G. (b. 1846)
|Maitland, Joseph M.
|Mother Ann and brother Grier both write from home. Letter continues on 25 April. Ann reports Grier has been plowing the corn with a new horse. Expresses disappointment he can't come home yet. Questions "how it is that some get out of the service so easy while others that ought to be out has to be kept in..." Grier assures him he has been writing faithfully and doesn't understand why Joseph has not received his letters. Discusses the building of a new church and the disputes involved. States the committee will purchase a one acre building lot for three hundred dollars. Includes a three cent stamp on the envelope.
|Civil War Military History Union Forces Children and Family Woman Author Women's History Agriculture and Animal Husbandry Building Construction Religion Finance Land Transaction
|Maitland, Joseph M. (1839-1918) Maitland, Ann (fl. 1854-1871) Maitland, William Grier (b. 1846)
|The American Civil War; Agriculture; Religion
|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