Sarah Lois Wadley papers, 1856-1920.
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The Savannah Ordnance Depot, Savannah, Georgia, was organized as a field depot during the Civil War. In April 1864, it became the Savannah Arsenal under the supervision of the Chief of Ordnance. From the description of Savannah Ordnance Depot employment roll, 1864. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 38477938 The Confederate States of America Army may have created the position of Purchasing Commissary of Subsistence to oversee the distribution of food and other supplies to the Co...
William Morrill Wadley (1813-1882), railroad executive and plantation owner, was associated with the Central of Georgia Railway (ca. 1844-ca. 1851, 1853), Western and Atlantic Railroad (1852), New Orleans, Jackson and Great Northern Railroad (ca. 1858-1859), Southern Railroad (ca. 1859-1860), Vicksburg and Shreveport Railroad (ca. 1860-1865), and Central Railroad (1866-1882). Wadley received an appointment as Colonel in the Adjutant General's department of the Confederate Army, but the senate fa...
Sarah Lois Wadley was born 26 November 1844, in South New Market, New Hampshire, and died 7 December 1920. She was the daughter of William Morrill Wadley (1866-1882), a president of the Central of Georgia Railway, and Rebecca Barnard E. Wadley. In 1858 the Wadley family and its slaves moved to Amite, Louisiana. In 1860 they were in Vicksburg, Mississippi, and in 1861 they moved to Onachita Parish, Louisiana, where they remained until after the Civil War. During the Civil War, William Wadley was ...