Lt. Col. George Hayes

AUTHOR:  Joe Franklin Grandfather Hayes was originally in the Union Army & escorted the Cherokee tribe on the journey to Oklahoma (the Trail Of Tears) I read some of his letters & accounts which he said was a horrible experience. When the war began he served...

If he had not been captured …

AUTHOR:  John Stevens Evin Smith was born in Smith’s District, Stanly County, North Carolina about 1836. In the 1860 Census he was living with his father working on the family farm with personal property valued at $140. In March 1861 Evin married Lucy Page from Locust...

Hosea Holcombe Stroup, 1829-1864

AUTHOR:  Michael Stroupe On May 8, 1863, Hosea Holcombe Stroup, the thirty-five-year-old son of Moses Stroup (1796-1877) and husband of Nancy Crutchfield Stroup, was conscripted into service in Lincolnton, North Carolina. He served the as a Private in Company H, 52nd...
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