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From: "Marie and Bill Bailey" <>
Subject: Re: [MSJEFFER-L] correction
Date: Thu, 24 May 2001 17:01:44 -0400
References: <8d.6fb88fb.283ebb34@aol.com>


Yes, that sounds like the one. In a pension statement, Joseph Dunbar stated
he was wounded at Coleman's Crossing in 1864 and lost his left arm.
I was wondering just where Coleman's Crossing was and what kind of battle
was there.
Thanks,
Marie
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Subject: Re: [MSJEFFER-L] correction


> This Coleman's Crossing
> "Sharply fought engagement at Coleman's Crossing near Lorman turns Ellet's
> troops back to Rodney year 1864
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