AUBURN UNIVERSITY SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
Guide to the Ross Family Letters, RG 149
Listed by: DWA
Date Span: 1860-1893
Scope / Content: Letters (1860-1893) to D.A.G. (Green) Ross from
several friends and business connections, including letters (1861-1863) from
his brothers, G.W. and J.W. Ross, during their service in Virginia and Maryland
with the Confederate Army.
Biographical Sketch: G.W. Ross, from Macon County, Alabama, enlisted
in the 6th Alabama Infantry in 1861. His brother, J.W. (John) Ross, enlisted in
the 14th Alabama Infantry.
SERIES I: G.W. Ross Letters
10, 1861 - Sang[sters] + Roads, Va.
20, 1861 - Lynchburg, Va.
30,  - Ca[mpbell], Va. [damaged]
29, 1862 - York-Town, Va.
7, 1862 - Frederick-Town, MD [Misdated, forces did not cross into
Maryland until September.]
11, 1862 - Camp near Strawsburg, Va.
11, 1863 - Camp Grace Church, Va.
April 11 and December, 1863]
30, 1863 - Camp 6th Ala. Regt.
List [Seven Pines]
SERIES II: J.M. Ross Letters
SERIES III: T. Otho Culbreath Letter
SERIES IV: Hicks Letters
2, 1860 - Hicks, D., Hayneville, La. To D.A.G. Ross [Macon County, Ala.]
20, 1860 - Hicks, Ann, Hayneville, Claibourn, La. To "Dear Jane"
[Mrs. D.A.G. Ross] [Macon County, Ala.]
SERIES V: Miscellaneous Items
9, 1861 - Nan Moses & Co., Columbus, Ga. To Mr. D.A. Ross
- June 18,
1861 - S.J. McMorris, Edgefield C.H., SC to Green Ross
- Oct. 10,
1862 - Jno. J. McKendrel, Columbus, to D.A.R. Ross
- Bill of Lading for
Fertilizers - January 23, 1871
- Southern Express Company
Receipt, Loachapoka, February 1, 1871
- Dec. 11,
1875 - C. A. Battle to D. A. G. Ross seeking support for position as
Solicitor in 9th Circuit of Alabama
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