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13th KY Cavalry: Joe Lynn Barbee, Paul Patton Chris Bennett

2012-01-27 - The WAVE 92.7 Studio - Photo by Chris Bennett.
Larry Smith, far right interviewed Joe L. Barbee, left Rev. Paul Patton, center and Chris Bennett on his morning program on Friday, January 27, 2012. Chris Bennett is heading up a drive to have a Kentucky Historical Society Marker placed in Columbia to remember the important role the enlistment camp played prior to what Derek Coomer has suggested was the pivotal battle of the Civil War. Camp Boyle was on the Barbee family ancestral lands on the right bank of Russell Creek, just north of the Campbellsville Street Bridge. Rev. Patton is a descendant of Chaplain R.F. Mills of the the 13th Kentucky Cavalry. As a result of the show, a new pledge of $50 brings the total pledged to $625 of $2,500 need to pay for the marker. Click on ReadMore for article on how to contribute to the fund.

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