Donald B. Roberts "Why Were They There?" thesis
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In Mr. Roberts' conclusion, he quoted from Uriah's April 18, 1863 letter: "I never yet got a letter from home that cheered me like this one did. Who would not leave home and friends for the sake of this country." Donald Roberts wrote: "It would be interesting to know just what was contained in the letter from home that caused him to restate his willingness to 'leave home and friends for the sake of this country.' ... his contribution at Chickamauga seems a substantial proof that he genuinely believed in the Union."
- Roberts, Donald B. (Person)
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Donald Roberts' paternal grandmother was Uriah Loop's sister Margaret.
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