Comments Left Here
- The man with the drum is Charles Montgoomery Andres, father of George Logan Andres Sr. The well dressed man in the suit, top row center is George Mason Franks. Andres was a drummer boy in the 9th Connecticut (yes, the Union Army) but attended all the Confederate reunions because he tried to enlist at age 15-16 but the CSA wouldn't take him. He joined the 9th Connecticut when it came through Lousiana. G.M. Franks was with the 20th Arkansas, was captured at Vicksburg.
- Comment by George Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Cabot, Arkansas) on 2006-04-26 to Photo "Reunion of Local Confederate Soldiers".
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