Civil War Diaries, October 12, 1862

Ashley Carpenter Diary Entry:

“Oct. 12  Visited the Semetery a beautiful place a quarter of a mile distant.  Saw there the tomb of Kentucky’s founder Daniel Boone.  Another monument struck on with admiration as being a memorial that would inspire with bravery every soldier.  It was one of beautiful marble 60 feet in hight with inscriptions of Hereos that fell upon many a sanginnary field.

In the afternoon I washed myself in the K.Y. river where the veteran Boone had bathed in former days.”

Hiram Leonard Diary Entry:

12th Sunday  A fine pleasant cold morning with a heavey frost a fine day & clear.  I did my choars was at the office before breckfust came home & choared round all day a most called at Hoyts in evening came home before 9 & went to bed about 10.  Wm McNelly, Eliza, Potter & a young lady came here & started for home about sunset, I was fixing for Apple Beans.”

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