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What large, piercing (but very sweet) eyes she had - reminds me of a young Glynis Johns - British actress

Rosina Vokes, a popular actress who lived from Napoleon Sarony, who took the picture, was a portrait photographer most known for his portraits of the stars of American theater.

Colonel James Marshall, 52nd NC, died while leading Pettigrew's old Brigade in a charge at Gettysburg. His last order came from Pettigrew himself, he said "now, for the honor of the old North State, lead this brigade forward", and God rest his soul, he did.

Colonel James Marshall, 52nd NC, died while leading Pettigrew's old Brigade in a charge at Gettysburg. His last order came from Pettigrew himself, he said "now, for the honor of the old North State, lead this brigade forward", and God rest his soul, he did.

James H. "Jim" Philyaw Co. H 3rd NC Cavalry, from Jones County, North Carolina

James H. "Jim" Philyaw Co. H 3rd NC Cavalry, from Jones County, North Carolina

Sergeant Joseph Hinton Mills Co. H "the North Carolina Tigers" 47th NC Infantry. From Wake County, NC. thanks to Greg Mast.

Sergeant Joseph Hinton Mills Co. H "the North Carolina Tigers" NC Infantry. From Wake County, NC. thanks to Greg Mast.

This thirty-four-star American flag reportedly covered Lincoln’s body as it was transported from the Petersen House to the White House on the morning of April 15, 1865. During the war, some advisors had urged Lincoln to remove stars representing southern states from U.S. flags but Lincoln refused to do so, based on his belief that secession was invalid and that the Union was perpetual.

This thirty-four-star American flag reportedly covered Lincoln?s body as it was transported from the Petersen House to the White House on the morning of April During the war, some advisors had urged Lincoln to remove stars representing southern

Brothers Marcus G. and Lafayette L. Milan of Company C, 5th Tennessee Infantry. Marcus was discharged on July 10, 1862 for disability. Lafayette was captured during the battle of Nashville, December 16, 1864.

Brothers Marcus G. and Lafayette L. Milan of Company C, Tennessee Infantry. Marcus was killed on Missionary Ridge, Dec. Lafayette was captured during the battle of Nashville, December

William Holland was mustered into Company E, 56th Regiment of the North Carolina Confederate Infantry at the age of 17 on May 26, 1862

William Holland was mustered into Company E, Regiment of the North Carolina Confederate Infantry at the age of 17 on May 1862

Robert Daniel Johnston (March 19, 1837 – February 1, 1919) was a brigadier general for the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War. Johnston was born in Mt. Welcome, Lincoln County, North Carolina, to Dr. William and Nancy Forney Johnston. He was first cousin to future Confederate generals William H. Forney and John Horace Forney. Before the war, Johnston practiced law.

Robert Daniel Johnston (March 19, 1837 – February 1, 1919) was a brigadier general for the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War. Johnston was born in Mt. Welcome, Lincoln County, North Carolina, to Dr. William and Nancy Forney Johnston. He was first cousin to future Confederate generals William H. Forney and John Horace Forney. Before the war, Johnston practiced law.

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