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English: Formerly Chaplain in Army of Northern Virginia; Secretary Southern Historical Society; Author "Personal Reminiscencences, Anecdotes and Letters of R. E. Lee," "Christ In The Camp", "Army of Northern Virginia Memorial Volume, " etc.
Source Christ In The Camp
Author John William Jones D.D.

The Rev. John William Jones was formerly Chaplain Army Northern Virginia, and of Washington College, Virginia (now Washington & Lee in Lynchburg, Va.). He was a prolific editor of the Southern Historical Society "Papers" for many years.


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