May 13, 1863 – Fenton Hall – Heavy firing down at White Point

Grove Plantation near Adams Run

May 13, 1863, Fenton Hall writes his wife, Mary Jane from his camp at Adams Run, South Carolina. He is concerned about her and their two children. Also, he talks of James Rampey, who had been gone from camp, finally returning. Rampey was in the guard house and Fenton says that there is always 14 or 15 in the guard house. He also mentions a fight on John’s Island.

Boys of Diamond Hill

Boys of Diamond Hill

The Military Writers Society of America Gold Medal for History 2012.

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