Henkel Family Papers [manuscript], 1809-1910.


Henkel, Ambrose, 1786-1870,. Henkel Family Papers [manuscript], 1809-1910.

Henkel Family Papers [manuscript], 1809-1910.

Material including correspondence (chiefly in German) of Ambrose, Paul, and Solomon Henkel of New Market, Va. Also a letter, 5 Aug. 1837, Henry Wetzel, Rural Retreat, Wythe County, Va. to the Rev. Solomon Henkel, regarding personal and religious life and mentioning religious difficulties in the County which were forcing many Lutherans to leave for the West; letters of B.F. Graves, 7 Aug. 1861 mentioning the Confederate Army at Monterey, Va., and J.S. Pennick 26 Mar. 1863, recounting the difficulties of obtaining an army discharge to return to the ministry, including reported comments on his request by Generals Thomas J. Jackson and Robert E. Lee; and Solomon Henkel's copy of Mirden-Buch, Frankfort, 1566.

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