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Box 1

 Container

Contains 19 Collections and/or Records:

William Edgerton to Dorothy Edgerton, Camp near Staford corthouse [Stafford, VA], January 24, 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 7
Dates: January 24, 1863
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...

William Edgerton to Dorothy Edgerton, Hopes Landing, February 8, 186[3]

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 8
Dates: February 8, 186[3]
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...

William Edgerton to Dorothy Edgerton, Hopes Landing, February 8, 186[3]

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 9
Dates: February 8, 186[3]
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...

William Edgerton to John Edgerton, Hopes Landing, March 20, 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 10
Dates: March 20, 1863
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...

William Edgerton to Dorothy Edgerton, Hopes Landing, March 21, 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 11
Dates: March 21, 1863
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...

William Edgerton to Dorothy Edgerton, Aquia Landing, April 5, 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 12
Dates: April 5, 1863
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...

William Edgerton to John Edgerton, Aquia Landing, April 12, 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 13
Dates: April 12, 1863
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...

William Edgerton to Dorothy Edgerton, Hopes Landing, April 12, 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 14
Dates: April 12, 1863
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...

William Edgerton to Dorothy Edgerton, Hopes Landing, April 28, 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 15
Dates: April 28, 1863
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...

William Edgerton to Dorothy Edgerton, Stafford Corthouse [Stafford, VA], April 28, 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 16
Dates: April 28, 1863
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...

William Edgerton to Dorothy Edgerton, Stafford corthouse [Stafford, VA], May 13, 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 17
Dates: May 13, 1863
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...

William Edgerton to Dorothy Edgerton, Stafford corthouse [Stafford, VA], May 18, 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 18
Dates: May 18, 1863
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...

William Edgerton to Augusta Tenney, Stafford corthouse, [Stafford, VA], May 18, 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 19
Dates: May 18, 1863
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...

William Edgeton to his father, Stafford corthouse [Stafford, VA], May 23-24, 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 20
Dates: May 23-24, 1863
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...

William Edgerton to Dorothy Edgerton, [Fairfax, VA], January 5, 1863

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2, Item: 21
Dates: January 5, 1863
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The William W. Edgerton collection is composed of personal correspondence between Civil War private William Wilberforce Edgerton of the 107th New York Volunteers and his immediate family. Most of the letters are between William W. Edgerton and his mother, Dorothy Doud Edgerton. Additional correspondents include his brother, John Howard Edgerton, and his sisters, Martha Newton and Augusta Tenney. The correspondence is arranged chronologically. Following it are some battle diaries...