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Andy & Brittany Tevepaugh Wedding Program
Andy & Brittany Tevepaugh Wedding Program
Andy & Brittany Tevepaugh Wedding Program 
 
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Badgett, Martha Ellen (Marshall) - Death Certificate
Badgett, Martha Ellen (Marshall) - Death Certificate
Death certificate for Martha Ellen (Marshall) Badget 
 
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Maltz, Edward J. - Obituary
Maltz, Edward J. - Obituary
 
 
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Marion, Bartholomew Pension Application
Marion, Bartholomew Pension Application
Bartholomew's pension application from the Revolutionary War 
 
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Marshall, James H  Marshall UDC_Supplemental _2_.pdf
Marshall, James H Marshall UDC_Supplemental _2_.pdf
Marshall, James H Marshall United Daughters of the Confederacy Supplemental Application for Frances Aycock Kiker. 
 
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Marshall, Rosa - Death Certificate
Marshall, Rosa - Death Certificate
Death certificate for Rosa Bell Marshall 
 
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Marshall, Samuel Edward - Death Certificate
Marshall, Samuel Edward - Death Certificate
Death Certificate for Samuel Edward Marshall 
 
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Marshall, Samuel Edward - Postmaster Appointment
Marshall, Samuel Edward - Postmaster Appointment
PAPERS OF THE U.S. SENATE RELATING
TO PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATIONS,
1901-1946

Samuel Edward Marshall appears on page 40 as Postmaster, Mt Airy, North Carolina 
 
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Minthorn, Ellen - History of Old Westfield Church
Minthorn, Ellen - History of Old Westfield Church
Ellen Minthorn appears at the top of page 3. 
 
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Talbot, Max & Minnie German Marriage Certificate
Talbot, Max & Minnie German Marriage Certificate
 
 
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Talbott, Joseph W. - Civil War Letter
Talbott, Joseph W. - Civil War Letter
This letter was written by Joseph W. Talbott to his brother, Oliver. He wrote it on the first actual day of the battle for Vicksburg. 
 
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Wolfe, Mamie (Marshall) - DAR Application
Wolfe, Mamie (Marshall) - DAR Application
Mary Bethania (Marshall) Wolfe's DAR Application 
 
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Wray, Robert - Military Records
Wray, Robert - Military Records
These are Robert Wray's Military records from the archive in Washington, DC. It includes several daily Muster Rolls and letters assigning him to special recruiting duty in Yorkville County. There is also a letter that Nancy sent to Robert's commanding officer requesting that he give Robert leave to come home and help her with the family and farm. She was having a hard time with sick children at the time.

It is a very interesting set of documents and brings Robert much closer to us.