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    Phil

    Autobiography, 1930, of Judith (Gates) Winfree concerning her reminiscences of life during and after the Civil War., Memoir, 12/06/1930

    Concerns the childhood experiences of Judith (Gates) Winfree after the death of her mother. Included in her reminiscence of life at "Seguine" in Chesterfield County, Va., is information on specific slaves, cotton and tobacco cultivation, and life during and after the Civil War.

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    Pattie Henderson

    Autobiography, 1930, of Judith (Gates) Winfree concerning her reminiscences of life during and after the Civil War., Memoir, 12/06/1930

    Concerns the childhood experiences of Judith (Gates) Winfree after the death of her mother. Included in her reminiscence of life at "Seguine" in Chesterfield County, Va., is information on specific slaves, cotton and tobacco cultivation, and life during and after the Civil War.

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    Frank Branch

    Autobiography, 1930, of Judith (Gates) Winfree concerning her reminiscences of life during and after the Civil War., Memoir, 12/06/1930

    Concerns the childhood experiences of Judith (Gates) Winfree after the death of her mother. Included in her reminiscence of life at "Seguine" in Chesterfield County, Va., is information on specific slaves, cotton and tobacco cultivation, and life during and after the Civil War.

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    Nelson Brown

    Autobiography, 1930, of Judith (Gates) Winfree concerning her reminiscences of life during and after the Civil War., Memoir, 12/06/1930

    Concerns the childhood experiences of Judith (Gates) Winfree after the death of her mother. Included in her reminiscence of life at "Seguine" in Chesterfield County, Va., is information on specific slaves, cotton and tobacco cultivation, and life during and after the Civil War.

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    Simeon Scott

    Autobiography, 1930, of Judith (Gates) Winfree concerning her reminiscences of life during and after the Civil War., Memoir, 12/06/1930

    Concerns the childhood experiences of Judith (Gates) Winfree after the death of her mother. Included in her reminiscence of life at "Seguine" in Chesterfield County, Va., is information on specific slaves, cotton and tobacco cultivation, and life during and after the Civil War.

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    Peter

    Autobiography, 1930, of Judith (Gates) Winfree concerning her reminiscences of life during and after the Civil War., Memoir, 12/06/1930

    Concerns the childhood experiences of Judith (Gates) Winfree after the death of her mother. Included in her reminiscence of life at "Seguine" in Chesterfield County, Va., is information on specific slaves, cotton and tobacco cultivation, and life during and after the Civil War.

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    Sallie

    Autobiography, 1930, of Judith (Gates) Winfree concerning her reminiscences of life during and after the Civil War., Memoir, 12/06/1930

    Concerns the childhood experiences of Judith (Gates) Winfree after the death of her mother. Included in her reminiscence of life at "Seguine" in Chesterfield County, Va., is information on specific slaves, cotton and tobacco cultivation, and life during and after the Civil War.

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    Dallas

    Autobiography, 1930, of Judith (Gates) Winfree concerning her reminiscences of life during and after the Civil War., Memoir, 12/06/1930

    Concerns the childhood experiences of Judith (Gates) Winfree after the death of her mother. Included in her reminiscence of life at "Seguine" in Chesterfield County, Va., is information on specific slaves, cotton and tobacco cultivation, and life during and after the Civil War.

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    James Gates

    Autobiography, 1930, of Judith (Gates) Winfree concerning her reminiscences of life during and after the Civil War., Memoir, 12/06/1930

    Concerns the childhood experiences of Judith (Gates) Winfree after the death of her mother. Included in her reminiscence of life at "Seguine" in Chesterfield County, Va., is information on specific slaves, cotton and tobacco cultivation, and life during and after the Civil War.

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