AUTHOR’S NOTE: I apologize for the delay. Busy life.
A few weeks later, Kennedy received another package of Civil War stuff from her parents. Lizzie told her kids about the show and their ancestors in a PG rated version. 4,645 more words
In March 1933, Lula Johnson applied to the North Carolina Confederate Pension Board for a widow’s pension.
Johnson’s application noted that she was 60+ years of age; resided at 608 East Nash Street, Wilson; and her late husband was John Streeter, also known as John Johnson. 378 more words