Brother Against Brother
to a greater extent than in any other state, the war
became literally, tragically, a struggle of brother
against brother." --- Patricia Faust, editor,
speaking of Kentucky and the Civil War in
Encyclopedia of the Civil War
Declaration for Pension
By: Greg Fields
Mockbee, R. R. #5, Falmouth, Kentucky - 1912
born September 2, 1842 in Pendleton Co., KY.,
he died February 22, 1922 in Eastern State
Hospital, Lexington, Kentucky.
He joined Co. A, 18th KY VOL INF, October
22nd, 1861. On August 30, 1862, he was
wounded and taken prisoner at
Richmond, KY and later paroled. Honorably
Discharged at Goldsboro, NC, April 14, 1865.
His pension # is 276705 & 220110.
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