Gove, George S. (5th New Hampshire)

   

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Editor’s Note: George Gove of the 5th New Hampshire wrote a series of letters from the Siege of Petersburg in 1864 to his sister. These letters were placed online in 2012 as: “Parsons Family Papers, Milne Special collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire, N.H.”  Doug Parsons, a direct descendant of Gove’s sister Julia, worked diligently to make these letters available for The Siege of Petersburg Online and we thank him greatly for his effort.  The transcriptions of the letters collected on this page are copyrighted by the Milne Special collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire and may not be reproduced without the express written consent of the University of New Hampshire.  All rights reserved.

Lt. George S. Gove, 5th New Hampshire Lt. George S. Gove, 5th New Hampshire, courtesy USA MHI

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Letters of George S. Gove, 5th New Hampshire2:

  1. This photo was retrieved from the United States Army Military History Institute by 5th New Hampshire researcher Dave Curtin and is used with permission. This photo may not be reused without specifically attributing the USA MHI. All rights reserved.
  2. Parsons Family Papers, Milne Special collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire, N.H.

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