Confederate Soldier Civil War Letter 1862 With Farmington Battle & Generals Nr
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Confederate Soldier Civil War Letter 1862 With Farmington Battle & Generals Nr:
You are viewing an original letter from a Confederate Soldier, written from Alasonia, Tennessee on November 21, 1862. This letter is quite fascinating, as it was written on Confederate States, No. 16Voucher to Abstract. There is some interesting things written in the letter, mentioning Capt. Lyons, The Battle of Farmington, General Anderson the division General. There's an interesting line I will type out to the best of my ability, as it's quite fascinating to read just a part of this interesting letter. "I hear a report this morning that it in Carroll Parrish that Capt Lyons ran at the Battle of Farmington. I say it's a lye for Capt. Scarborough, Lyons and myself was sick and wasn't in the battle. I was with Capt. Lyons at Perryville in as thick of Fire as Ever Was Shot & He Comanded his Company like a Brave & Good Officer. If you hear any one say he ran at Farmington, Tel them it's not so for him- General Adams is our Brigadier General Now & General Anderson our Division General". It's hard for me to decipher whom wrote this letter, though the initials & name appear to be W. F. There are many fascinating aspects to this letter & the historical content of it also. Please feel free to ask Any & All Questions, I will be happy to answer them! I have more Civil War Letters I will be posting soon, so please check back & look at my other sales!
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