Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Franklin, West Virginia” in chapter 1.5 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 28.:
...lellan, who had taken Rich Mountain, on his flank.
Our army retreated by Carrock's ford, and participated in that battle, where Garnett was killed.
It went then to Moorefield, in July, 1861.
At Franklin, West Virginia , the company spent the winter of 1861 and 1862.
While at Franklin, a new Captain and Second and Third Lieutenants were elected, the First having resigned.
It guarded the right flank of our army i...
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