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Historical lecture: The Whartons’ War
March 26 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The Wellesley Historical Society is offering a series of free, in-person lectures this spring at Wellesley Free Library’s main branch (530 Washington St.):
The Whartons’ War (Sunday, March 26, 2pm)
Local Resident Sue Bell and Civil War historian William Davis will discuss their new book on the recently-discovered correspondence between Sue’s ancestor, Confederate General Gabriel Wharton, and his wife Anne Wharton during the Civil War. General Wharton was actively engaged in the fighting in Virginia and was acquainted with many other, high-ranking Confederate officers.