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A SIMILAR STORY HUNTED DOWN AFTER GETTYSBURG

“Hunted Down After Gettysburg,” in the October 2018 issue, brought to mind my great-great-grandfather, Z.P. Carder, of Co. F, 17th Virginia Cavalry. By July 25, 1863, he and his comrades—having survived Gettysburg—made it to Winchester, Va. They received their pay, and then Z.P. and four others left camp forever. He was 31 years of

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