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Confederate Memoirs: Early Life and Family History

William Frederic Pendleton

Mary Lawson Young Pendleton

edited by Constance Pendleton

Bryn Athyn, PA, 1958 

Hardback is overall in VERY GOOD+ condition.

  • Burgundy cloth covers are mostly clean, with gilt text.  Boards show a few smudges.  Corners are sharp.  
  • Spine has gilt text and is bright with bumped ends.
  • Binding is strong.  
  • End papers/ pastedowns show little to no sign of age or wear.
  • Illustrations, black and white photos, are bright and clear.  
  • Interior exhibits minimal signs of age and wear.  Inside pages are free of writing and intentional marks.
  • Text block edges have a few marks. 
  • PS2024.0501

202 pages. 6 x 9 inches

A volume of family history, including a reprint of a Confederate Diary, pertaining to William Frederic Pendelton (1845-1927).  Born in Savannah, Georgia, Pendelton was the son of Major (C.S.A.) Philip Coleman Pendletonn and Catherine Sarah Melissa Tebeau.  Pendleton served with the 50th Georgia Volunteers, Confederate States of America, during the Civil War.  After the war he studied medicine, then moved to New York City.  In 1897 he became the first Executive Bishop of the General Church of the New Church of the New Jersulam.  The General Church had split with the Swedenborgian Church of North America (sometimes known as the General Convention) in 1890 over a doctrinal dispute.  

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