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Thursday, July 14, 2011

DADDY WAS AT ANDERSONVILLE

This 93-year-old Georgia man’s father was at Andersonville Prison during the Civil War. He was a guard, though, not a prisoner—-although he succumbed to the abysmal conditions there anyway. He became sick with fever, and was sent home to rest and regain his strength:

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NOTE: The article points out that this 93-year-old is one of only 37 living men known to be sons of Civil War vets.

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