Frances M. Jones Letter to B. C. Ludlow
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July 10, 1865 letter from Frances M. Jones in Warwick County, Virginia to General B. C. Ludlow, Commander of the Peninsula District, asking him to restore the property of William Crofford, who died of illness during the Civil War, to his dependant children. Frances M. Jones is the guardian of the children of William Crofford. The land in question is called "Morrisons" and is located in Warwick County, Virginia.
- Creation: 1865 July 10
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- Guide to the Frances M. Jones Letter to B. C. Ludlow
- Finding Aid Authors: Anne Johnson.
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