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Shockley family papers, Money / Bonds

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Abstract

Papers, 1857-1867, including diary, grants, letters, and oaths of Manoah Shockley and Legrand Shockley of Carroll County, Virginia. Of note are the letters and special order, 1867, regarding Manoah's imprisonment in Libby Prison, Richmond, Virginia.

Bibliographic Citation

Shockley family papers, Money / Bonds. Accession 44358, Civil War 150 Legacy Project, The Library of Virginia, Richmond Va. 23219.

Provenance

Lent for scanning by Alfred L. Shockley