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The collection consists of letters William Pinkney Cline wrote to his wife during the Civil War while he served with the 46th North Carolina Infantry Regiment of the Confederate Army from 1862 to 1864. The letters discuss camp conditions, the movements of Cline"s unit, news of other soldiers from his area, brief descriptions of the action that he saw at the battles of Antietam and Fredericksburg, as well as descriptions of his time in the guardhouse after his return from desertion and the execution of three other deserters from his unit. Also included are several post-war letters from family members to Smith"s wife and a photograph of Cline in uniform.
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A Paper On William Pinkney [William Pinkney Whyte] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. William Pinkney "Pink" WHITE (Henderson Pinkney-1) was born on 15 Jul and appeared in the census in in Cline Twp., Catawba County, NC. [/ White, Pinkney, 33 M W Farmer / b. NC; White, Harriet. 30 F W KH] He signed a will in Catawba County, North Carolina in and must have died shortly there after, as his gravestone in St. The World’s Famous Orations. America: I. (–). For the Relief of Slaves William Pinkney (–) (). From the guide to the Pinkney Papers, , (Princeton University. Library. Dept. of Rare Books and Special Collections) Army officer, lawyer, state public official, U.S. representative and senator from Maryland, diplomat, and U.S. attorney general. From the description of Letters of William Pinkney, (Unknown).
March 2. 4. 5. 6. PAPERS OF JAMES MONROE 45 William Pinkney to Monroe. George William Erving to Monroe. William Pinkney to Monroe. J Allen to Monroe. James Madison to Monroe and William Pinkney. Lord Auckland to Monroe. Lords Holland and Auckland to Monroe and Wil- liam Pinkney. Monroe to William Pinkney. William. FC and FC of enclosure (NjP: Pinkney Papers); Tr (MdAA: Blue Book 2). Tr in Pinkney’s hand; marked “(Copy).” Tr does not include 6 May postscript. Angle brackets enclose words and parts of words obscured in damaged margin of FC and supplied here from the Tr. For surviving enclosure, see n. 5. The importance of this speech to the abolitionist movement is reflected in a popular biography of William Pinkney that was published in It appears to have been written specifically to combat the influence of the pamphlet in the abolitionist world. is a genealogy site designed to help families discover their ancestors. We feature many helpful articles to help you in doing genealogy research. We also have an extensive U.S. genealogy records directory with more than million items to help you to locate the genealogy records in many sources all in one place.
Book Review of the Life and Works of Edward Coote Pinkney 4 No Date TO His Father, William Pinkney, and TO His Mother, Mrs. William Pinkney (Copy in his own Handwriting) No Date Writings: A Health. Reverdy Johnson to William Pinkney Whyte, April 7, , Pinkney Papers, Princeton University Library. Samuel Gilman Brown, The Works of Rufus Choate with a Memoir of His Life (), v. 1, p. Robert M. Ireland, "The Legal Career of William Pinkney, ," Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, University of Nebraska (). William Pinkney to James Madison. Contributor Names Madison, James (Addressee) Pinkney, William The James Madison Papers at the Library of Congress Repository Manuscript Division Digital Id Book/Printed Material. She graduated as Valedictorian from High School in Charleston, WV in and went on to attend and graduate Summa Cum Laude in from Lenoir-Rhyne University, which was co-founded by her grandfather, the Rev. William Pinkney Cline, and for which she would later serve as a member of the Board of Trustees.