Mungo Family Papers - Accession 189 - M99 (128)
Accession 189 - M99 (128)
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According to William P. Mungo of Asheville, N.C., the Mungo Family of Kershaw County, S.C. originated with Nicholas Munger who came from England to New Haven, Connecticut at the age of ten as an apprentice to William Chittenden sometime before 1652.
Scope and Content Note
The Mungo Family Papers consist of a letter written during the American Civil War from a family member to his parents concerning his incarceration in an unknown Union prison camp and a family history titled The (Mungers) Mungos of Kershaw County, South Carolina by William P. Mungo.
The Mungo Family Papers were given to the Archives by Martha Jo Mungo on May 10, 1978.
American Civil War, Genealogy, Letters, Mungo Family, Munger Family
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Mungo Family Papers - Accession 189 - M99 (128)". Finding Aid 323.
LC Subject Headings
Mungo family; Mungo family--Correspondence; Munger family; Kershaw County (S.C.)--Genealogy; South Carolina--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Personal narratives, Confederate