G. W. Taylor Papers
Manuscript Collection: MC169
Little is known about G. W. Taylor who served in the Confederate Army and resided in Harrison County, Texas, and was married to F. N. Taylor. Their daughter Bee Taylor, Mrs. T. P. Bosworth of Panola County, Texas, was the mother of the donor of the collection.
The G. W. Taylor Papers are comprised of two letters dated in 1864 and an undated envelope sent to Texas. The first correspondence is dated March 30, 1864, and is from G. W. Taylor to his wife, F. N. Taylor. Taylor describes conditions in the service, and expresses his feelings over the loss of a very fine mare, and his longings for home and food. Also of interest are instructions given to his wife by Taylor regarding his Negroes. The second letter is dated June 30, 1864, and is also from G. W. Taylor to his wife. Taylor writes about his health, the family's health, and longing to come home. The undated envelope is addressed to Mrs. G. W. Taylor at Elysian Fields in Harrison County, Texas.
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[Identification of Item], G. W. Taylor Papers, MC169, San Jacinto Museum of History, Houston, Texas.
Rose Lee Bosworth Devereaux, June 1952.
Processed by Lisa M. Lomas, 2012.