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Abner S. Palsgrove Ark. -Kentucky CSA
Posted by: Nancie O'Sullivan (ID *****5614) Date: November 25, 2002 at 12:54:55
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Article from 'Confederate Veteran' magazine, 1908.
ABNER S. PALSGROVE died Feb.4, 1908 at his home, near Departee, Independence Co., Ark., aged 70 years. He entered the Confederate service Sept. 18, 1861, as a member of Company I. 17th Kentucky Infantry, which regiment was mounted in March, 1864, and assigned to Forrest's Cavalry Corps.
Comrade Palsgrove never missed a battle nor seldom a roll call, and he was faithful to the end to the traditions for which the South fought. He was captured at Selma, Ala., April 2, 1865 and paroled at Macon, Ga., the 17th following. He was an excellent soldier and a good citizen, doing his duty fearlessly in both spheres. He was not blessed with this worlds goods, but was blessed with a goodness of heart an unsullied integrity.
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This is not my family, only post the articles to Honor the Veteran and hope it may help someone.
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