William Tuckey Meredith Letters to Mary Watson
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William Tuckey Meredith served as paymaster aboard Admiral Farragut's flagship Hartford during the Civil War.
The collection consists of letters by Meredith to his fiancee, Mary Watson of Perth Amboy, N.J., from November 1863 to December 1864 during his service in the Civil War as paymaster aboard Admiral Farragut's flagship Hartford. The letters were written from the ship as it lay off New Orleans, Fort Jackson (Miss.), and Pensacola (Fla.), and in Mobile Bay (Ala.).
Gift 8/12/81 (AM82-6)
Folder Inventory added by Hilde Creager (2015) in 2012.
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