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Woodburn Family Papers

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Copies of two letters dated March 19 and March 26 [Year?] written by Mrs. Jane A. Woodburn to Thomas C. Woodburn, in camp at Raleigh, North Carolina with Company B, 2nd Regiment North Carolina Home Guards; the letters contain information on the Madison-Rockingham County, North Carolina area during the last months of the Civil War. There are also notes with the letters and a copy of an 1851 deed to the Madison Baptist Church, Madison, North Carolina.

Collection Overview

Copies of two letters March 19 and March 26 [Year?] written by Mrs. Jane A. Woodburn to  Thomas C. Woodburn, in camp at Raleigh, North Carolina with Company B, 2nd Regiment  North Carolina Home Guards,; the letters contain information on the Madison-Rockingham County, North Carolina area during the last months of the Civil War. There are also notes with the letters and a copy of an 1851 deed to the  Madison Baptist Church, Madison, North Carolina.

Summary Information

Repository
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives
Creator
Woodburn Family
Title
Woodburn Family Papers,
ID
MS125
Date [inclusive]
1851-1865
Extent
0.25 linear feet  1 half letter box shared with MS 124
General Physical Description note
1
Mixed materials [Box]
1

Administrative Information

Publication Information
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives 2005
Access Restrictions
Collection is open. 
Copyright Notice
Copyright for materials resides with the creators of the items in question or their descendants, unless otherwise designated. Users of this collection are responsible for using the materials in conformance with U.S. copyright law. 
Preferred Citation
MS 125, Woodburn Family Papers, 1851-1865, Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA. 

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