Thomas Boyd, July 3, 1862

Boys of Diamond Hill

Boys of Diamond Hill

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On July 3, 1862, Thomas Boyd wrote Fenton and Mary Jane Hall from his camp in Tupelo, Mississippi. He discusses getting Fenton to come visit him. Fenton will soon be entering the army himself and Thomas hopes to get Fenton into the 19th South Carolina to serve with him.

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