Rev. William E. Wiatt: The Life and Times of a Confederate Chaplain and Related Family Stories
The Rev. William E. Wiatt was known as one of the most laborious chaplains in the Confederate Army and was one of the very few Civil War army chaplains who stayed with the same regiment throughout the War. His was a very local in-the-ranks sort of chaplaincy. He carried the rifles of weak or sick soldiers, and served as nurse, teacher, librarian, mentor and father figure to men of the 26th Virginia Infantry.
- Publication Date
- Feb 16, 2018
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- By (author): Thomas T. Wiatt