Colonel Clement Dowd

SUBMITTED BY: Marsha F. Haithcock Colonel Clement Dowd was of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, N.C. Born in Richland Creek, Moore County, N.C., August 27, 1832. Democrat. Served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War; mayor of Charlotte, N.C., 1869-71; U.S....

Uriah R. Parish

AS TOLD TO MATTHEW SLISIK BY:  Mark Love Audio file 2 minutes 35 seconds Uriah Parish was a farmer. He lived with his father and family; he was one of 10 children on a farm in Moore Co (now Lee Co). At the time of the war he signed up for Company I, 19th NC, 2nd NC...

Sampson the enslaved man

AUTHOR:  Billy A. Dunlap Our family owned slaves before the Civil War. One of them named Sampson came to great-great-grandpa James Dunlap after the war and told his former master that he did not know anything about freedom or what it meant. He had been born on the...

Aunt Loudy Wright

AUTHOR:  Bill Arthur Dunlap Aunt Loudy Wright was the oldest sister of John Washington Dunlap, my grandpa’s daddy. She was born in 1822 and lived to 1920. Mr. Wright’s sister married my great-great-grandpa, thus becoming J. W. Dunlap’s mother. I.e.,...
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