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Re: Frank Stringfellow..Confederate Spy
Posted by: Walker Somerville (ID *****6637) Date: April 28, 2003 at 07:00:12
In Reply to: Re: Frank Stringfellow..Confederate Spy by Darlene Sheaffer of 672

I have just finished this book...It is full of information, it shows the connection of the Greene family to the Stringfellows... He was a chaplain at woodberry forest school in Madison, Va. after the war. It is a very interesting book. He was Born at Racoon Ford on the Rapidain River. He was the cousin of the founder of Woodberry, a Captain Robert Stringfellow Walker who served as a scout under Mosby in northern, va. The book is called Stringfellow of the Fourth for all who are interested in reading it.


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