Col. McClure"s statement of Lincoln"s journey by Alexander K. McClure

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Other titlesColonel McClure"s statement of Lincoln"s journey, Col. M"Clure tells of Lincoln"s journey, Col. McClure tells of Lincoln"s journey, Colonel McClure tells of Lincoln"s journey, Philadelphia press.
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16th US President, Birthplace: Hardin County, KY Location of death: Washington, DC Cause of death: Assassination Remains: Buried, Oak Ridge Cemet. Sixteenth president of the United States of America, was born on Rock Spring farm, 3 miles from Hodgenville, in Hardin (now Larue) county, Kentucky, on the 12th of February Born: J AMES McCLURE, the founder of the family in Augusta county, was born in the north of Ireland aboutcame to America with his wife, Agnes, and five children, and settled in Long Meadow on Middle River of the Shenandoah, about five miles north of Fishersville.

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