in answer to your last letter yes my dysarts are from md tn they all came by way of ky and nc that is where the pattons hook up nc.
after reading your letter i found an interesting antidote about your alfred a dysart in a news paper clipping in the dysart family reunion registry for marshall co in 1920 i will write it in its entirety:
1920- thrus, aug 12...d m stegall... gave an account of the death of capt. alfred a dysart who was killed in the battle of spril hill, 1862. before going into the battle capt. dysart, having a presentiment that he would be killed, gave his watch and pocketbook to dr stegall with instructions that they be given uncle jim dysart. he was killed-the only member of his company. the watch mentioned, belonging now to r h montgomery, a grandson of j p (uncle jim) dysart, was shown...changed from a key to a stemwind it is today an excellent
can you believe the info available! i suppose
he gave the bible you mentioned away at the same time. how did you find the details about him being engaged to your becky patton?
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