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Re: J.W. Morton's 3" "Rodmans"
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I'm talking about the 2 captured at Parker's Cross Roads when Morton was a Lt in Freeman's Battery of Forrest Cavalry.
Also, the Tenn State Museum is of no help. I tried that a few years ago. Even with the Morton display there, no one had a clue

Thanks,
Virgil

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