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Correspondences of William H. Judkins - PA62013-20

Handwritten letter and envelope from Stephen H. Judkins of Mishawaka, Indiana. Stephen Judkins is writing to his son, William "Willie" Judkins, who is serving with the 48th Regiment, Indiana Volunteers. William mustered in in Oct 1861. The letter mentions William's temporary commission.

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Correspondences of William H. Judkins - PA62013.34

Handwritten letter and envelope from Phebe Judkins. She is writing to his son,William "Willie" Judkins, who is serving with the 48th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer. William mustered in in Oct 1861. The letter mentions that his regiment will be marching out and that his father is coming to camp to give him supplies. Phebe also mentions that there will be a donation party. His sister Mima writes a note at the bottom of the page. She mentions that their father has bought a pistol for him.

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Correspondences of William H. Judkins - PA62013.35

Handwritten letter and envelope from Stephen H. Judkins. He is writing to his son,William "Willie" Judkins, who is serving with the 48th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer. William mustered in in Oct 1861. In this letter, William's regiment is in Paducah,KY and his father mentions hearing that William Merrifield was court marshalled. Stephen also relays news from home.

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Correspondences of William H. Judkins - PA62013.36

Handwritten letter from William "Willie" Judkins, who is serving with the 48th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer. William mustered in in Oct 1861. He is writing to his parents and younger sister. He describes his journey from Goshen, Indiana to Paducah, Kentucky. He also describes his stay in Paducah and mentions the other regiments that he encounters during his time there. He finishes the letter with well wishes to those at home and he asked for some items to be sent to him.

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Correspondences of William H. Judkins - PA62013.44

Handwritten letter and envelope from Edward Scofield who is a Presbyterian minister in the town of Mishawaka, Indiana. He is writing to William "Willie" Judkins, who is serving with the 48th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer. William mustered in in Oct 1861. He mentions having to announce the death of Capt.Houghton, Co. I, 9th Regiment Indiana Volunteer to the congregation. Mr. G. Milburn was appointed to visit all the hospitals where they have sick or wounded soldiers and to go to Pittsburg to mark the places of the dead. He finishes by telling news from home.

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Correspondences of William H. Judkins - PA62013.48

Handwritten letter from William "Willie" Judkins to his father, Stephen H. Judkins. William mustered in in Oct 1861 and served with the 48th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer. The letter describes his travel up the Tenn river. There is also a description of Gen. John Pope's army going down the Mississippi river and the wounded from the fight at Pittsburg. He finishes by telling the movement of other units and the baking of bread in camp.

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Correspondences of William H. Judkins - PA62013.63

Handwritten letter and envelope from Stephen H. Judkins. He is writing to his son,William "Willie" Judkins, who mustered in in Oct 1861 and is serving with the 48th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer. The letter describes the wages of the officers and enlisted soldiers and Stephen gives advise on the position that "Willie" should take. The letter finishes with news from home.

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Correspondences of William H. Judkins - PA62013.71

Handwritten letter from William A. Judkins to his brother Stephen H. Judkins. William A. Judkins served with the 48th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer.

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Correspondences of William H. Judkins - PA62013.72

Handwritten letter and envelope from Stephen H. Judkins. He is writing to his son,William "Willie" Judkins, who mustered in in Oct 1861 and is serving with the 48th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer. Stephen tells of his reaction to the news concerning the battle at Bull Run. Relays information of citizens joining regiments.

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Correspondences of William H. Judkins - PA62013.76

Handwritten letter and envelope from Stephen H. Judkins. He is writing to his son,William "Willie" Judkins, who is serving with the 48th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer. William mustered in in Oct 1861. The letter describes the injury of William A. Judkins and news from home. There is a separate sheet that listed those from the 48th regiment that were killed, wounded, and are missing after the Battle of Iuka.

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Correspondences of William H. Judkins - PA62013.77

Handwritten letter from William H. Judkins who is serving with the 48th Regiment, Indiana Volunteer. William mustered in in Oct 1861. He is writing to his father, Stephen H. Judkins, who lives in Mishawaka, IN. The letter is a journal letter relaying his duties and troop movement from October 1 to Oct 12, 1862. This letter also includes a description of a battle at Corinth. Some of the pages of this letter are missing.