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Randolph Hornets

As my first contribution to this site as County Coordinator, I thought I would share a(nother) passion of mine: Civil War history. This post will feature the “Randolph Hornets,” also known as Company M, 22nd North Carolina Infantry, Confederate States … Continue reading

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LUTHER, James – (d. 1890)

In Union township, Randolph county, N.C., D.H. MILLER killed James LUTHER, having shot him three times with a revolver in the doorway of George LUTHER‘s house after a quarrel and struggle.  There was a feud between MILLER and LUTHER, and MILLER had gone to George LUTHER’s house, which he was endeavoring … Continue reading

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