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Text:"... ChristianPreston. Mrs. Preston is the grand- daughter of Stonewall Jackson. The Poinl chapter will sponsor two veterans to be presented with the Confederate Cross of Honor at the division convention..."
Date:July 1 1976
Publication:High Point, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... Nelle Mae Smith of Seguin The brides father waa unable to attend as he was hospitalized in Austin The brides grandmother Mrs JuliaJacksonChristianPreston of High Point was also unable to attend due..."
Date:Oct 12 1986
Publication:Seguin, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... things the Confederate general. Mrs. and some pretty, though net. Jackson and her granddaughter, Mrs quite so young, "creatures of seasons JuliaJacksonChristianPreston, were agone Not in the memory..."
Date:Feb 13 1910
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"... and Sue Preston Sue and Jim Crump and Tom and Carolyn Preston his mother JuliaJacksonChristianPreston of High Point brother Thomas JPreston sis ters Alice Shaffner Courtland Creech Timmermann Sisters..."
Date:Oct 27 1988
Publication:Seguin, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... discharging her duties, once so severely that a broken bone in her leg had MRS. JULIAJACKSONCHRISTIANPRESTON AND CHILDREN. The Matron of Honor for North Carolina at the Birmingham Reunion 1the granddaughter..."
Date:1916
Place:Nashville, Tennessee, USA
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Text:"... intact. People of Note. Mrs. JuliaJacksonChristianPreston, of Charlotte, N. C, granddaughter of Stonewall Jackson, was presented to the convention at the afternoon session of Wednesday..."
Date:1916
Place:Nashville, Tennessee, USA
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Text:"... 26239 Preston, Annie S. Wiley (Mrs John F.) Salisbury 71961 Preston, JuliaJacksonChristian (Mrs Edmund Randolph) . .306 W. Trade st, Charlotte 72169 Quarles. Anne Dowd Gilleylen (Mrs) Realty Bldg..."
Date:1911
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Text:"...) Tarboro 26239 Preston, Annie S. Wiley (Mrs John F.) Salisbury 71961 Preston, JuliaJacksonChristian (Mrs Edmund Randolph) . .306 W. Trade st, Charlotte 72169 Quarles, Anne Dowd Gilleylen (Mrs) Realty Bldg..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Washington, District of Columbia, USA
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Text:".... Wiley (Mrs John F.) Salisbury 71961 Preston, JuliaJacksonChristian (Mrs Edmund Randolph) . .306 W. Trade st, Charlotte 72169 Quarles, Anne Dowd Gilleylen (Mrs) Realty Bldg, Charlotte 26241 Quinlan..."
Date:1911
Publication place:Washington, District of Columbia, USA
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Text:"...JULIAJACKSONCHRISTIAN 53 I was on the ocean when I saw in a paper the announcement of the death of yonr sweet and beloved daughter. My wish was that I might be on land, in order to get to Lexington..."
Date:Between 1862 and 1910
Publication place:Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
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Text:"...JULIAJACKSONCHRISTIAN H with bands of silk and fancy buttons. Her hat was of English straw, trimmed with blue velvet and white feathers. A tippet and muff of ermine completed the costume..."
Date:Between 1862 and 1910
Publication place:Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
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Text:"...JuliaJacksonChristian The only child of General Stonewall Jackson that survived infancy was born on the 23rd of November, 1862, in Charlotte, North Carolina, at the residence of her maternal aunt..."
Date:Between 1862 and 1910
Publication place:Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
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Text:"...48 JULIAJACKSONCHRISTIAN the night watch. Sunday morning the church was crowded with the members of all denominations from all walks of life, the old soldiers being specially noticeable. After..."
Date:Between 1862 and 1910
Publication place:Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
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Text:"...52 JULIAJACKSONCHRISTIAN corruptible incorruption ; when, without fault or blemish, we shall behold our loved ones - complete at last, clothed in the Saviour^s righteousness, perfect as He..."
Date:Between 1862 and 1910
Publication place:Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
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Text:"...52 JULIAJACKSONCHRISTIAN corruptible incorrnption; when, without fault or blemish, we shall behold our loved ones - complete at last, clothed in the Saviours righteousness, perfect as He..."
Date:Between 1862 and 1910
Publication place:Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
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Text:"...36 JULIAJACKSONCHRISTIAN down the street, slie beats time with her little hand. x\gain she wTote: You could not have given me more gladness than by telling me that I had been a sweeter daughter..."
Date:Between 1862 and 1910
Publication place:Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
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Text:"...32 JULIAJACKSONCHRISTIAN All the hours of thy pure life, Cheerful, gay and without strife. Know that for thy fathers sake Southern men do hold thee dearest. Over all their maidens nearest, Now..."
Date:Between 1862 and 1910
Publication place:Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
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Text:"...16 JULIAJACKSONCHRISTIAN While the South her vigil keeps. Oer her cherished dead, and weeps, She will point to Stonewall Jackson As her brightest and her best ! Next, that servant of the Lord Who..."
Date:Between 1862 and 1910
Publication place:Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
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Text:"...42 JULIAJACKSONCHRISTIAN only on Thee; hide my poor little life in Thy great love and life. These are sacred, precious revelations, evincing her rapid ripening for the full fruition of joy..."
Date:Between 1862 and 1910
Publication place:Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
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Text:"...26 JULIAJACKSONCHRISTIAN A lady with, whom we had been at the Springs afterwards wrote this of Julia: I can recall her so pleasantly as I saw her at Buffalo Lithia when she went every morning..."
Date:Between 1862 and 1910
Publication place:Charlotte, North Carolina, USA