Correspondence - Amanda Wallace Gregory, 1829, 1832, 1880-1894
Scope and Contents
Letters written to Amanda Wallace Gregory from E. M. Davison, M. Gregory (son), John M. Gregory (son), William Gregory (son), Thomas Gregory (grandson), [Cousin] Dam Stevens, Julia Armistead of Hampton, Virginia (niece?), John P. Tyler of Millwood, Virginia and Rob Galbraith (grandson). Two letters prior to 1881 are about family, religious testimony, religious conventions, death and salvation. 1880’s topics include weather, family, birthdays, John Gregory’s sons, Amanda Gregory’s 74th birthday in 1883, illness, education, William Gregory’s professional duties as a physician (1884 February 8), roads, death of Amanda Gregory’s sister (Betsy), religion, birth of John M. Gregory’s third son and wife’s condition (1888), crops and vacations. 1890’s topics include John M. Gregory’s recent visit to Virginia, family, death of Sympathy (Amanda’s daughter), religion, John M. Gregory's longing for Virginia and Amanda’s malaria and recovery. 15 letters.
- Creation: 1829, 1832, 1880-1894
- From the Collection: Gregory family. (Family)
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