from The Webster Times, 11 Jan 1912 (Volume 53 #43), contributed by Mike Branniff
| WEBSTERS PART IN THE WAR FIFTY YEARS AGO
We are in receipt of a second letter from an old friend, John Maley, who is still a prisoner in the hands of the rebels. It is dated:
In Prison, Richmond Va.
There were 175 prisoners sent farther south last week, two from our company, Sergeant Taft of Worcester and Rufus Corbin of Webster. Geo. W. Lewis and Henry Clapp received letters from home today.
Give my respects to all inquiring friends.