Craven County Digital History Exhibit

Ladies Memorial Association, 1891

Title: Ladies Memorial Association of Newbern, N.C.

Creator: William H. Oliver

Subject: Ladies Memorial Association of Newbern
               Cedar Grove Cemetery (New Bern, N.C.)
               Soldiers' monuments--North Carolina--New Bern
               North Carolina--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Registers of dead

Description: Pamphlet describing the Confederate Monument at Cedar Grove Cemetery in New Bern, N.C.

Publisher: William H. Oliver

Date: 1891

Type: Text

Format: 4 pages.

Identifier: NB.86.17.1

Source: Donation.

Coverage: New Bern, N.C.

Rights: Permission to use this item must be obtained from the New Bern Historical Society, 512 Pollock Street, New Bern, NC 28560.

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[p. 1] [stamped]Compliments of William H. Oliver, Newbern, N.C.

Newbern, North Carolina,

Mrs. E. B. Daves, President.

Mrs. M. McK. Nash, Mrs. W. P. Moore, Mrs. C. S. Primrose.

Mrs. Julius Lewis, Treasurer.

Miss Harriet Lane, Secretary.

Mrs. John Hughes,  Miss Lizzie Lane,          Mrs. E.H. Claypoole,
“ L.C. Vass,                  “ Annie Slover, “ F.C. Roberts,
“ I.W. Hughes, “ Sophia Moore,  “ J.V. Jordan,
“ H.R. Bryan, “ E.Y.W. Custis, “ E.F. Dillingham,
“ C.W. McLean, “ M.A. Harvey, “ H.S. Blackwell,
“ R.S. Primrose, “ Kate Carraway, “ E.B. Ellis,
“ J. B. Hughes,  “ Henrietta Dewey, “ C.E. Slower,
“ J.A. Guion, “ Lizzie K. Slover, “ Geo. Henderson,
“ V. Harrison, “ R.C. Attmore,   “ E.K. Bryan,
“ Eliza Knox, “ Fettie B. Guion, “ E.S. Duguid,
“ Jos. W. Jones, “ Hannah Osgood, “ Joseph Nelson,
“ Sarah Taylor, “ Mary Roberts, “ L. J. Moore,
“ John Dunn. “ Harriet Slover, “ W. F. Rountree.
  “ Mary L. Bryan.  


Mrs. John Hughes, President.
Mrs. M. McK. Nash, Mrs. E. H. Claypoole, Vice-Presidents.
Miss Mary Roberts, Treasurer.

On the same day, May 9th, 1885, and within a few hours after the master-workman declared the monument completed, Mrs. Elizabeth B. Daves died in the 81st year of her age.

"Peace to the dead within the grave,
Soldiers peace to thee."



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