Correspondence, 1863-1864, of Mary J. Wills, Bedford County, Va. with her husband, Charles A. Wills of the 58th Virginia Infantry Regiment (Company I). Also includes letters to Mary J. Wills from her brothers John A. Bradley and Joseph M. Bradley and correspondence of her sister Sarah F. Foster with her husband Habun R. Foster. John A. Bradley, and Joseph M. Bradley served in the 58th Virginia Infantry and Habun R. Foster served in the 34th Virginia Infantry Regiment. The Battle of Second Manassas is described as is the battleground at Seven Pines (Fair Oaks.) The collection includes a letter from Robert A. Bradley of the 58th Virginia Infantry Regiment.
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Charles A. Wills of Bedford County, VA served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War, specifically in the 58th Virginia Infantry Regiment (Company I). Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: