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Civil War Transcendence, part 334

  Seeing this vengeful Angel of Death standing over me with my only means of self-defense in his possession, shocked me. My whole body tensed, and my face must have displayed a look of fear and trepidation. Then a thought … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 333

  “We got here after Major Mosby sent word to me that ya had been severely wounded and to come take charge of yar recovery.  So I got Ahab and Bessie to help me move ya to my uncle’s place,” … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 332

  Daphne laughed at my visual sign of concern. I blushed and shyly smiled at the distressful look I had given her. Stilling enjoying my discomfort, she began to put victuals on a plate for me. In the process, she … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 331

  I heard the door shut as Hattie left the room. After a moment or two, Daphne still clung to me, and I could feel rather than hear her gentle sobbing. I reach down to lift her up, but she … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 330

  This was too weird. Verna Elsey was my grandmother on my father’s side.  I had never met her. She had died when my Dad was about twelve years old.  She lived in Lexington, Kentucky and is buried there.  At … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 329

  I woke with the worst headache imaginable.  Someone had laid me across the top of one of the cannon’s limbers. I slowly tried to sit up when I felt hands grip me so I wouldn’t fall off. We were … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 328

Looking at the Yank foray toward our company, deployed to the right of our cannon, I understood that the Yanks were really outmatched.  This bunch had to be from the Yank camp south of Frederick City, and they had to … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 327

  It seemed like two minutes, but it was about an hour and a half later. We were aroused by firing in the distance. I gingerly got up and began to put a saddle on Stonewall. Other members of the … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 326

  I eased back to the men. They had remained still and quiet, which was really not amazing, because they and their horses were exhausted. They all turned toward me as I rode amongst their midst. I motioned for them … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 325

  I told the men to remain in the tree line. I would be back in a few minutes. As I turned to go, Skeeter and Zeke started to go with me, but I held up my hand and said, … Continue reading

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