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Fitzgibbon and the 14th Michigan Infantry

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Re: Fitzgibbon and the 14th Michigan Infantry

Posted: 20 Jan 2010 1:46PM GMT
Classification: Query
I see Captain Thomas Fitzgibbons sword was sold at David Taylors antique store in Ohio recently for $11,000. The catalog states that Captain Fitzgibbon was shot carrying a flag of truce to Johnston from Sherman, at the end of the war. The Confederates apologised and tried to save his life, but he passed away.
I was interested in buying the sword as I am a Civil War fan from Ireland.....but $11,000 is a big sum for a collectible.
my e mail is mick@adcbarcode.com
Mick Heavey, Dublin, Ireland.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
William Morris 3 Feb 2005 3:24PM GMT 
Steve Schreiter 22 Feb 2005 2:11AM GMT 
William Morris 22 Feb 2005 3:33PM GMT 
Steve Schreiter 22 Feb 2005 9:15PM GMT 
William Morris 22 Feb 2005 10:38PM GMT 
William Morris 23 Feb 2005 9:25PM GMT 
Steve Schreiter 24 Feb 2005 2:56AM GMT 
mick2815 20 Jan 2010 8:46PM GMT 
civilwarjusti... 24 Apr 2011 3:26PM GMT 
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