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Re: LT. Louis Worthington Moseley

Posted by Ned Harris on Friday, 7 July 2017, at 9:42 a.m., in response to LT. Louis Worthington Moseley, posted by John S. on Thursday, 6 July 2017, at 2:48 p.m.

Thanks for the info! I have searched and searched and couldn't find anything. His father, my great grandfather, as I've related previously here, was a colonel and assistant surgeon general when he retired. Upon retirement, he was promoted to BG due to his (brief, luckily no combat, 30 day as a volunteer while in college) Civil War service. Worthington may have attended U of Penn as did his father. My grandmother used to regale us with stories of the Frontier, seeing Geronimo at Ft. Sill while he was a prisoner, etc. She and her sister, while young of course, had been quite lovely and "toasts of the Army". I knew her as a thin charming very Victorian lady, dressed always in dark clothes but she could supposedly shoot a Winchester (not a trapdoor) with the best of them. Thanks again. Ned


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