William M. Moxley Papers, 1854-1866, 1877-1901
William M. Moxley, a doctor from Bullock, Alabama, served in the Confederate Army throughout the Civil War. His wife, Emily A. M. Beck Moxley, died in 1862. His oldest son, George E. Moxley, lived in Alabama until the 1890s, when he moved to North Texas.
The William M. Moxley Papers, 1854-1866, 1877-1901, include correspondence, transcripts, financial documents, legal documents, military orders, and a literary production related to the William M. Moxley and the Jourdan Beck families of Alabama from 1854 to 1901, with the bulk of the material dating from the American Civil War.
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William M. Moxley Papers, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.
Processed by Briscoe staff. Reformatted for ArchivesSpace by Laura Grove, October 2020.
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