|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||McCrary, Bartley, b. approximately 1834.|
|Title:||Bartley McCrary letter|
|Extent:||0.05 cubic feet (1 folder)|
Bartley McCrary was the son of Ezra and Anna McCrary of Warren County, Georgia. He was a private in the 1st Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment (Claghorn's), Chatham Artillery of Savannah. His wife's name was Emerline.
This collection consists of a letter from Bartley McCrary to his father and family, 1862. The letter is written from Chatham County, Georgia, and describes life in his military camp found miles below Savannah. He was in the 1st Georgia Volunteer Regiment, Light Artillery, Chatham Artillery. McCrary mentions friends, including G. Dickson, F.M. Walker, and William Avery, with whom he was serving. The letter bears a note, signed F.M. Walker, telling the size of the company.
Purchased from Symmachus Trading Company, Boston, Massachusetts.
[Identification of item], Bartley McCrary letter, MS 519, Georgia Historical Society, Savannah, Georgia.
Collection is open for research.
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|Item 1: Bartley McCrary to his father and family. Chatham County, Georgia, 1862 August 1 ( 4.0 p. ) View online.|
|Describes life in camp four miles below Savannah; mentions friends. Bears note telling size of company, signed F.M. Walker.|