May 29, 1863 – Fenton Hall – If you and the children should live

Grove Plantation near Adams Run

On May 29, 1863, Fenton Hall wrote to Mary Jane from his camp in Adams Run, South Carolina. There is more discussion about the fight between Peter Burton and Michael Alewine. Also, he talks about his wheat crop and worries about who will bring it in. He is worried after hearing that his children are very ill. So ill in fact that he says, “if you an the children should live you wold need it” in regards to the wheat crop.

Boys of Diamond Hill

Boys of Diamond Hill

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

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