Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Colonel George S. Patton” in chapter 95 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 12.:
...ute in days lang syne.
No truer knight ever flashed a blade or responded to bugle's note.
A costly sacrifice to our army.
And later in the evening, when we returned to the left, I learned that Colonel George S. Patton , my roommate for two years and classmate at the V. M. I., had also been killed.
Like a chain in a family circle, a link falls out, others may come and take their seats; the missing link can never b...
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