Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Clarke county” in chapter 1.4, section c.1.4.13, page 68 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28.:
...his camp produced such a vivid impression on us that we ever afterwards referred to it as Camp Mudhole.
While at this camp, about August 3d, I obtained permission from Captain Pendleton to go up to Clarke county for three days to visit my cousins at Mr. Page's, which furlough I spent there very pleasantly, and on returning found that the battery had moved down about one mile below Centreville on the turnpike...
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