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The Clarkville then made Grandpa give him his mare in exchange for an old horse with a sore back, but Grandpa had managed to steal one of his pistols.

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While the Yankee was demanding another good horse from another poor farmer, Grandpa escaped through the woods. Fortunately, Grandpa had a map in his pocket. He passed through desolate country in what he supposed is now Birmingham founded as a postwar industrial Yankee visiting looking for Clarksville Tennessee in and crossed the Tennessee River.

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The last Yankee picket studied his parole carefully, but Tennezsee finally let him pass. A little shaky, Grandpa then decided to take what looked to be the road less traveled.

After crossing Duck River and coming out of the woods, he startled a picket who then hollered for his corporal, the meanest-looking redheaded Yankee Grandpa had ever seen. The corporal might have detained him had not Grandpa pretended to be in a hurry, saying how many had already let him pass.

Both he and his horse, tired and hungry, lugged on until they reached White Bluff, Yankef, stopping at the home of a former acquaintance who refused to allow Grandpa to come inside or even offer them a bite of sustenance. When they got to an iron furnace near Charlotte, Tennessee, Grandpa stopped at a mill where he and his horse, mercifully, were given something to eat and allowed to rest.

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At Cumberland River, he was met by a ferryman, an old friend who had surrendered with Lee. There he asked for a local pass to go in and out of Clarksville for 30 days. He was hired by a Clarksville wholesaler, as his former employer, Capt. Soon he became head of the company and changed the name to John Hurst Co.

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As Grandpa loved to travel, he bought a cylinder Cadillac touring car with isinglass windows. He enjoyed visits to Florida and a spa in Indiana. He took two of his grandchildren — Yaknee Peay Jr.

Upon discovering the train would touch a small corner of California, a place he vowed he would never again set foot in, Grandpa got them all up in the middle of the night Sex tonight in Ridgeland Wisconsin detrain and board another train that was not bound for any part of the Golden State. Grandpa died inthe same year as his son-in-law, Gov.

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Grandpa, on the other hand, old and full of wisdom, had lived a long and adventurous life. Grandpa travels home after the Civil War.