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Fenton Hall Dies July 10, 1863 – Willtown Bluff

Tweet Fenton Hall, the eldest of our soldiers from Diamond Hill and the husband of the eldest Boyd sister — Mary Jane — was killed July 10, 1863 in a skirmish at Willtown Bluff near Charleston, South Carolina. Company G … Continue reading

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May 23, 1863; Fenton Hall – A Little Fuss In Our Mess

Tweet On May 23, 1863 Fenton Hall wrote his wife Mary Jane from their camp in Adams Run, South Carolina. His duty of protecting the coastal areas and rivers around Charleston continues. Fenton is concerned about Mary Jane and their … Continue reading

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May 17, 1863 – Fenton Hall – Let us have peace

Tweet May 17, 1863, Fenton Hall wrote his wife Mary Jane again from camp in Adams Run, South Carolina. The attack they were planning on John’s Island did not happen. Fenton says they heard that one of their men deserted … Continue reading

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

Tweet 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, … Continue reading

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