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Dr. Edward Buncombe Haughton

SUBMITTED BY:  Robin Oldham (edited and vetted by Cheri Todd Molter) This is a picture of Dr. Edward Buncombe Haughton of Washington County. (Click image to enlarge.) He never married and was a surgeon during the Civil War. My cousin is an auctioneer, and once when I...

Miles Howcott and Family

SUBMITTED BY:  Francis Howcutt From the website “Howcutt and Howcott Family History,” copyright 2018. Miles Howcott was a soldier and farmer. He is an ancestor of a large proportion of the present-day Howcotts in America. Miles and his son William Henry...

The Foley Brothers of Skinnersville

AUTHOR:  Bobby R. Spruill Historians tell us that during the Civil War brother fought against brother and sometimes fathers and sons fought each other. That would not be the case of the three Foley brothers from the Skinnersville District of Washington County, North...

Pennsylvania POW, Battle of Plymouth

Pennsylvania POW, Battle of Plymouth In his early thirties, Martin Lybarger went to war in the 101st Pennsylvania Veterans Volunteer Infantry, leaving behind a wife and small son. He was among the Union troops captured at the Battle of Plymouth in April of 1864 and...

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