I am trying to re-locate a newspaper article from about 1888 in which Col. (& judge) W. B. Wood was passing through a town (Columbus GA, if I remember) on legal business, and he granted an interview to a reporter (from an Atlanta paper, as I recall). The article is focused on the drunkenness of a Confederate general, on duty, and the efforts to arouse him and remove him from likely capture, and the curse of drink in the service. Does this ring a bell to any of you and can you help me re-locate this interview source. I believe the general involved was George Crittenden or William Carroll and, and the occasion was either at Corinth of Fishing Creek. Thank you. sjb
I am trying to find information on Samuel Vaughn, Pleasant Vaughn, a young child, Annie Houston, and a 9 yr. old boy said to have been killed in a hunting accident, 1800's. They are buried on land owned by family members. Thank you.