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Mrs. John M. Garrick, Senioa, Coweta, Co
Posted by: Ronald D. Smith Date: February 07, 1999 at 05:42:18
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I am trying to find any additional information on a Mrs John M. Garrick of Senoia of Coweta Co, GA. My wife's great grandfather, Joseph McClure of Alvarado, TX, was wounded during the Civil war on July 21, 1864 between the Batttle of Peachtree Creek and Atlanta. He was carried to the Griffin Hospital, where he laid for thirty-two days. Then, using crutches, he was granted a sick furlough for sixty days, and a grand, good lady, Mrs. John M. Garrick (could be G. M. Garlick), called at the hospital for a Texan that she could take out and care for. This noble woman cared for him and washed and bandaged his wounds and supplied him with good clothes from August 24, 1864, to July 14, 1865. The she gave him money to use on his way home.


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