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Kincaid Vengeance

As we discovered in the previous post, “Dead Without a Word:  The Mysterious Assassination of John Kincaid,” John Kincaid II was a fierce advocate for the Confederacy during the Civil War. After his death, he was considered a martyr to some and a malefactor to others. His sons also fought for the Confederacy:  Benjamin , John III, Marcellus, Alvis, and

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