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Subject: [SMITH-L] Cleveland Train Wreck
Date: Tue, 15 Jun 1999 03:27:35 EDT
Here is a transcribed article from an 1862 newspaper clipping believed to
have come from the Cleveland (TN) newspaper.
Mildred Stinson Brown
The Killed on the Railroad.
Cleveland, Tenn., Nov. 7, 1862
The following is a list of the killed on the train on the Cleveland
and Chattanooga Railroad on the evening of the 4th inst., all of whom are
buried at Cleveland., Bradley, County, Tenn. There are about 70 wounded, who
are at the hospitals at this place, receiving all the attention that a well
organized corps of army surgeons can give them:
33rd Regiment Alabama Volunteers
Captain R. G. CooperCo. G
Private T. A. Pritchard"
L. M. Bush "
John Hughes "
L. G. Lewis"
Wm. M. Watson"
O. M. Broxton"
H. Clark (died 6th)"
B. Lloyd Co. H
Wm. M. Smith"
G. L. Smith"
T. Z. Nichols"
Edward Nix Co. C
Lieut. Scott Co. E