5 Civil War Tales That May Or May Not Be Known: As told by The Tarheel Traveller

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General Robert E. Lee's Daughter Buried Near Warrenton :: WRAL.com
Near Warrenton, in a remote cemetery is the tombstone of General Robert E. Lee's daughter, Annie Carter Lee.

Soldier rests with roof over his head :: WRAL.com
Carrubus County soldier Solomon Furr made a pact with a friend that whoever died first would receive from the other a gravestone roof to prevent the rain.

Civil War history preserved in Scotland County church :: WRAL.com
The Old Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church is the oldest church in Scotland County and was once used as a hideout for Civil War soldiers who left messages behind in the plaster.

Civil War ship carried spy on maiden voyage :: WRAL.com
Condor, a Civil War blockade runner, was carrying the famous Confederate spy Rose O'Neal Greenhow when on its maiden voyage it ran aground near Fort Fisher.

Mysterious Civil War Grave has Story to Tell :: WRAL.com
Tar Heel Traveler tells the story of a Confederate soldier who stood up to the Union Army - and lost.

Reporter: Scott Mason the Tarheel Traveller
(He can be seen in Rivertown Episode 8)










 

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Jeff Baucom

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I like what Scott does. I have asked him to do a video on Fort Branch, but no luck yet!
Keep trying , I will talk with Bryan Avery and seee if he can get intouch with him.
All set I wrote Bryan on your behalf and told him what you are wanting to do !!!
 
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