Henkel Family papers
Four Civil War era letters concerning Henkel and Kagey families of New Market, Virginia. Jan.2, 1863, Confederate soldier David Henkel (Price's Light Artillery) to his brother; discusses wounding of Capt. George W. Wooding; winter quarters. June 19, 1863, David to brother; on march to Maryland; needs money. 1863 Nov. 7, Mary Kagey of New Market to her brother David Kagey, a student at the University of Virginia; discusses family news, domestic matters, news of soldiers capture. Jan. 15, 1864, Abram Henkel to David Kagey; discusses news from family and friends; yankees at Martinsburg & Winchester; substitutes in army. 2 undated documents signed by Solon P. C. Henkel, M.D. for reimbursement for goods taken from his farm by Union soldiers and for medical supplies used while he cared for Union soldiers at the Federal hospital in New Market.
- 1863 - 1864
- Henkel, David H., 1839?- (Person)
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- Confederate States of America -- Army -- Virginia Artillery -- Danville Artillery
- Henkel Family
- New Market (Va.) -- History
- Shenandoah River Valley (Va. and W. Va.) -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
- Soldiers -- Virginia -- Correspondence
- Virginia -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
- Women -- Confederate States of America