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A List of 74 Confederate Veterans, 1897

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A List of 74 Confederate Veterans, 1897

Posted: 24 Oct 2003 10:09AM GMT
Classification: Biography
Edited: 23 May 2005 8:15PM GMT
Surnames: Laffoon, Hockersmith, Head, Swope, Madison, Shaw, Gill, Schimmel, Simms, Bradley, Barton, Ries, Hardwick, Bourland, Brown, Stevens, Crabtree, Heafer, Smith, Redding, Jernigan, Rees, Booth, Parrot, Karrol, Christy, Crow, Johnson, Dame, Brian, Strum, Buckne
ATTENTION!

Ex-Confederates of Hopkins County, Kentucky.

Hopkins county Ex-Confederate Vet. Association Camp 528, U.C.V.'s, met in Madisonville, Ky., Feb. 8, 1897,, Commander L.D. HOCKERSMITH presiding.

The association transacted some very important business of which the following is a part: Several names were added to our roll. All ex-Confederates who belong to the camp, or who may hereeafter become a member, are earnestly solicited to attend the "Nashville re-union of U.C.V.'s" to be held in Nashville, Tenn., June 22, 25, and 24, 1897.

Any member of this camp who feels himself unable to pay the traveling expenses, is requested to call on T.B. JONES and Thos. H. SMITH, Madisonville, Ky., who are authorized to make arrangements for the payment of such expenses for all worthy Comrades.

Under the head of good of the order , comrades H.R. BOURLAND, Jno. H. SHAW, Jas. B. HEAD and others made good and sensible speeches.

Commander HOCKERSMITH made an excellent closing speech, full of love and instruction.

The following is a list of our brethren who have enrolled, and if there are others who have not enrolled, please forward your names to the secretary who will enroll your name at once:

Polk LAFFOON, L.D. HOCKERSMITH, J.B. HEAD, M.T. SWOPE, W.M. MADISON, J.J. SHAW, Jno. H. SHAW, T.J. GILL, L.W. SCHIMMEL, J.L. SIMMS, Edward L. BRADLEY, W.H. BARTON, C.J. RIES, W.A. HARDWICK, H.R. BOURLAND, Daniel BROWN, J.M. STEVENS, H.R. CRABTREE, J.F. HEAFER, Thos. H. SMITH, J.P. REDDING, F.F. BROWN, W.H. JERNIGAN, A.E. REES, J.H. BOOTH, L. PARROT, Jacob KARROL, J.H. CHRISTY, W.D. CROW, J.G. JOHNSON, Thos. B. DAME, J.H. BRIAN, Crawford STRUM, R.U. BUCKNER, J.H. ROBERTSON, A.J. HOWELL, Jno. R. MILLS, T.B. WRIGHT, J.H. TODD, D.N. WATWOOD, E.B. BEARD, James FINE, Tyson FOX, J.M. BRYANT, John BARTON, M.L. CORBIN, L.L. SOUTHARD, C.A. CARLISLE, C.P. TAYLOR, T.B. JONES, J.W. AUSENBAUGH, A.W. DENNY, Thos. B. YOUNG, W.H. JONES, J.H. GOODLOE, M.H. LAFFOON, D.G. NELSON, S.H. HOBGOOD, L.C. KNIGHT, Barton GOOCH, E. McLEOD, Alonzo TINDER, S.D. MITCHELL, L.D. MULLENIX, J.H. DAME, F.M. WILLIAMS, J.W. HOLLOMAN, R.T. WINGO, T.M. BROOKS, Jno H. HAMBY, L.W.R. MASON, D.A. BONDURANT, J.H. TODD, A.J. STOKES.

The meeting was enjoyable and profitable.

L.D. HOCKERSMITH, Commander.
Thos. H. SMITH, Sect'y and Adg't.

(Source: Madisonville Hustler, Fri., Feb. 12, 1897) note: In perusing these old Hustlers, the Union veterans seemed not to have had an organized brotherhood. At least, I have not come across such. prb

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