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Guide to the Evan Rupert Nash Collection, 1827-1945
Special Collections M0127  
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Letters primarily to or by members of the Nash family about their lives in the Oneida and Wallingford Communities, their work, activities and beliefs. A lot of geneological material on the Nash and Poole families. Excellent Civil War letters from Edwin S. Nash and a few by David Watson Knowles. Describes the life of an ordinary soldier and several important battles including Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg and The Wilderness. 1827 - 1945 and a number of undated items.
The name of Nash is of Saxon origin and was probably originally Atte-an-ash, referring to the place of residence of the person to whom it was applied, and gradually became At-n-ash, At-Nash, and finally Nash. It is sometimes found on ancient records in the additional forms of Nashe and Naish.Dwain Nash Fullerton born Oct 17 1931. Married to Patricia [UNK] Fowler July 30 1960, Pat's birthday June 30Sources
.5 linear ft.
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