5 sons of Nathaniel and Margaret Jarrett served in war

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5 sons of Nathaniel and Margaret Jarrett served in war - Greensboro1 Record Many fami- fami- lies in the...
Greensboro1 Record Many fami- fami- lies in the South sent every son they had to lhe war, but few got them a! ! oacK noma ag:uu, mere uvea sn Haudolph county, near the Guilford line Nathaniel Janet t, and his wife Aiargarei c to whom were born four- four- teeu i-.ii i-.ii i-.ii i ii ii-f-i ii-f-i ii-f-i ii-f-i ii-f-i is of whoai were largo enough toemer the Confederate army All made g)od soldiers mul five s-erved s-erved s-erved timing the whole four years one only two vears. Three were wounded, but only one was disabled disabled und that not seriously cuirv- cuirv- in" a stiff hand. Another remarkable fact is, that all these men are stili aiive one living in Guilford, the others in. Randolph county.

Clipped from The Chatham Record15 Oct 1891, ThuPage 3

The Chatham Record (Pittsboro, North Carolina)15 Oct 1891, ThuPage 3
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