Journals of Amanda Virginia Edmonds: Lass of the Mosby Confederacy, 1859-1867
Amanda Virginia Edmonds Chappelear (1839-1921) was born near Paris, Fauquier County, Virginia. She married John Armistead Chappelear in 1870. Her journal includes the years 1857-1867. Includes some information on ancestors and relatives to the 1700s and the history of Fauquier County during the Civil War.
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