Paxton, Elisha Franklin
- Existence: 1828 - 1863
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Paxton was in Bellefontaine, Ohio at this time and most of the correspondences are related to business.
Elisha went to New York to see a doctor about eye problems.
Elisha and Elizabeth were married later in 1854. One of the letters is written by Elizabeth to Elisha.
- A charge and specification preferred by Brig. Gen. E.F. Paxton against Brig. Gen. W.B. Talliaferro, PACS, at Camp Winder, Jan. 7, 1862.
- Copy of battlefield map dated March 20, 1863, sent to Brig. Gen. E.F. Paxton, cmdr. 1st Brigade
- A $1000 Confederate States Cotton Coupon Loan, 1863
This file includes an obituary of Mrs. Samuel B. Walker, a card from E.F. Paxton to Elizabeth, a note to E.F. Paxton from Annie R. Paine, and a card reading 'J. Gallatin Paxton, Lexington, Virginia.'
This file also includes a letter written by Elizabeth to Elisha.
This file consists of Elizabeth Paxton's obituary and many articles about the death of General Paxton. It also includes sympathy notes to Mrs. Paxton at the time of his death. There is notification of Paxton's death by d R. E. Lee.