Monthly Archives: July 2014

Thomas A. Nichols – After the Civil War- Part VII

THOMAS A. NICHOLS AFTER THE CIVIL WAR PART VII After four years of war, and two injuries, Thomas A. Nichols was greatly relieved to be back with his family in the peace of St. Clair, PA. Uppermost in his mind … Continue reading

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THOMAS A. NICHOLS PART VI

It was December 26th, 1864, Christmas had come and gone. Perhaps Thomas had received a letter from home, which would have brightened his spirits since he had reported back to Louisville early in the month. The weather was mild that … Continue reading

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THOMAS A. NICHOLS CIVIL WAR Part V

THOMAS ACKLEY NICHOLS CIVIL WAR PART V One hundred fifty years ago today on July 3, 1864, Thomas A. Nichols commenced the day with his usual routine as the Regimental Adjutant. He was happy to be back in camp near … Continue reading

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