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Philip Henry Sheridan, Personal Memoirs of P. H. Sheridan, General, United States Army . 21 1 Browse Search
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nterpreters, were Mr. William Comstock, Mr. Abner S. Grover, and Mr. Richard Parr. They had lived lities. Under these instructions Comstock and Grover made it their business to go about among the Cenant Beecher, with his three scouts-Comstock, Grover, and Parr — was on Walnut Creek. Indefinite rreaching him, he immediately sent Comstock and Grover over to the headwaters of the Solomon, to the hief had been a special friend of Comstock and Grover. They had trapped, hunted, and lived with his of attachment was professed for Comstock and Grover that, notwithstanding all the experience of thmstock fell from his horse, instantly killed. Grover, badly wounded in the shoulder, also fell to td near Comstock. Seeing his comrade was dead, Grover made use of his friend's body to protect himsehind it. Then took place a remarkable contest, Grover, alone and severely wounded, obstinately fight Solomon rivers and the attack on Comstock and Grover, the pillaging and murdering began on the Smok[1 more...]