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Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 8
Acquitted. --Capt. Frank Carley, of North Alabama, who attacked a Federal column with a company of Confederate cavalry, and killed Major Gen. McCook, has been tried in Nashville by the Yankees on the charge of "murder." He was acquitted and is held as a prisoner of war.
Acquitted. --Capt. Frank Carley, of North Alabama, who attacked a Federal column with a company of Confederate cavalry, and killed Major Gen. McCook, has been tried in Nashville by the Yankees on the charge of "murder." He was acquitted and is held as a prisoner of war.
Frank Carley (search for this): article 8
Acquitted. --Capt. Frank Carley, of North Alabama, who attacked a Federal column with a company of Confederate cavalry, and killed Major Gen. McCook, has been tried in Nashville by the Yankees on the charge of "murder." He was acquitted and is held as a prisoner of war.