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Re: Capers in Civil War
Posted by: Annie J. Kohn Date: April 04, 2001 at 09:37:24
In Reply to: Capers in Civil War by Robbin Capers of 256

Ellison Capers was a General in the Army of the Conf., he also was a member of the staff of the Citadel in Charlston and there is a hall named for him. In the entry of the hall is a picture and little museum to him. My husband's great grandfather was his brother, Henry D. Capers. Their father was William Capers a bishop in the Epos. Met. Church for the entire southeast. There is a Capers House in Charleston. I have a great deal of information about the Capers, if you email me back I will try to get more information to you. I am at work now and don't have it available. We are looking for additional information about Henry D. Annie Kohn

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