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Daily Archives: February 14, 2012
Stephen at Miami University
On February 14, 1862, Stephen Patterson wrote his mother from Miami University at Oxford, Ohio. The letter is short, thanking his mother for the pants she sent and expressed the desire to live more cheaply than the fall session as … Continue reading
Posted in Civil War, Patterson Family, SC&A Tagged Civil War, family history, history, manuscripts, Miami University, MS-236, Patterson, Patterson brothers, Patterson family, Stephen Patterson 1 Comment
1st OVI Moving Out
On February 14, 1862, the 1st OVI, with the Army of Ohio under General Buell, marched from Camp Wood to West Point, Kentucky. At West Point they boarded river steamers with the intent of joining General U.S. Grant’s army that … Continue reading
Posted in Civil War, Patterson Family, SC&A Tagged 1st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, 1st OVI, Civil War, family history, First Ohio Volunteer Infantry, history, MS-236, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, OVI, Patterson, Patterson brothers, Patterson family, William Patterson Comments Off on 1st OVI Moving Out