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Confederate guerrilla Sue Mundy

Thomas Shelby Watson

Confederate guerrilla Sue Mundy

a biography of Kentucky soldier Jerome Clarke

by Thomas Shelby Watson

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Published by McFarland & Co. in Jefferson, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clarke, Marcellus Jerome, -- 1844-1865,
  • Guerrillas -- Confederate States of America -- Biography,
  • Guerrillas -- Kentucky -- Biography,
  • Soldiers -- Confederate States of America -- Biography,
  • Kentucky -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Underground movements,
  • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Underground movements

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 225-228) and index.

    StatementThomas Shelby Watson with Perry A. Brantley ; foreword by James M. Prichard.
    GenreBiography.
    ContributionsBrantley, Perry A., 1949-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE470.5 .W38 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination238 p. :
    Number of Pages238
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18512969M
    ISBN 109780786432806
    LC Control Number2007047036
    OCLC/WorldCa182621395

    - Explore chuck's board "guerrilla wars", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Guerrilla, War and American civil war pins. The year-old guerrilla Marcellus Jerome Clarke, a Confederate captain, was known to wear his hair long and had smooth-faced features. Some thought or alleged that he was the model for or actually "Sue Mundy." Caught by Federal soldiers in Meade County on Ma , Clarke was tried in Louisville and hanged a few days later. All along.

      Sue Mundy*, purported Confederate Guerrilla in Kentucky, likely a man named Marcellus Clark Belle Reynolds, Soldier and Nurse for 17th IL Infantry, Commissioned as a Major Mary Scaberry, acting as Charles Freeman with the 52nd OH Infantry. About this Item: McFarland & Co Inc, United States, Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. In , George D. Prentice, veteran editor of the pro - Union "Louisville Daily Journal" created the persona of Sue Mundy, a Civil War guerilla who was in actuality a young man named Marcellus Jerome Clarke.

      The books by Thomas Shelby ”Bob” Watson (The Silent Riders) and John Sickles (The Legends of Sue Mundy and One Armed Berry: Confederate Guerrillas, ) are referenced in the bibliography. For details on Bill Davison see article in Owensboro, Ky, Messenger-Inquirer, of May 7, (”Southern Soldier’s Final Battle”).   Octo The Civil War rages on in Kentucky, where Union and Confederate loyalties have turned neighbors into enemies and once-proud soldiers into drifters, thieves, and outlaws. Stephen Gano Burbridge, radical Republican and military commander of the district of Kentucky, has Brand: University Press of Kentucky.


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Confederate guerrilla Sue Mundy by Thomas Shelby Watson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The title is somewhat deceptive. The book does detail the life of Jerome Clarke (a.k.a. Sue Mundy), but it is so much more. It is really a book about guerrilla activity in Kentucky in the latter half of the Civil War, especially in Central Kentucky.5/5(8).

I am Thomas Shelby Watson, author of "The Silent Riders" and "Confederate Guerrilla Sue Mundy." I have researched Quantrill's mortal wounding and the Sue Mundy story for 40 years.

If anyone is interested in my comments, I would be interested in theirs. Confederate Guerrilla Sue Mundy book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. InGeorge D. Prentice, editor of the pro-Union Louis 5/5(1). At this time Newspaperman in Louisville, George Prentice, starting following & writing about the Confederate guerrilla who was giving the union troops such a hard time & called him Sue Mundy.

This name attached to Clarke who wore his hair long & other guerrilla soldiers who had been causing both Union forces & civilians in state a lot of trouble.

I had previously invited my friend and fellow guerrilla hunter Perry Brantley and Harold had invited Tom Watson who had teamed up with Perry on the book “Confederate Guerrilla Sue Mundy.” Genealogist David Sengel, Dr.

Kate Jacques and I accompanied by my partner, wife, and navigator Fran Fischer rendezvoused in Anderson County at the. Marcellus Jerome Clarke never dressed as a female. He had a girl friend whose photos appear in my book “Confederate Guerrilla Sue Mundy.” Capt.

William Clarke Quantrill was a Confederate soldier, a better-than-average poet and courted a Nelson County, Ky. girl, but the family said she wasn’t interested in him. Confederate Guerrilla Sue Mundy is not a traditional biography of its subject, Morgan Raider turned bushwhacker Marcellus Jerome Clarke, but rather a meticulously detailed recounting of the guerrilla warfare that raged across large swaths of north-central Kentucky in the latter months of the war.

While "Sue Mundy" is certainly the focus of this. Sue Mundy opens inwhen fifteen-year-old Jerome Clark, called "Jarom," leaves everyone he loves―his aunt, his adopted family, his sweetheart―to follow Cited by: 1.

InGeorge D. Prentice, editor of the pro–Union Louisville Daily Journal, created the persona of Sue Mundy, a Civil War guerrilla who was in actuality a young man named Marcellus Jerome volume offers an in-depth, historically accurate account of Clarke’s exploits in.

Miss Sue Mundy, Confederate guerrilla, is first mentioned publicly in George Printice's Louisville Kentucky Journal on Octo Sometime around the end of the October or the beginning of November, George Shepherd, and about fifty other men, including Jesse James, leave Missouri to. The book was written by Thomas Shelby Watson of Spencer County and Perry A.

Brantley, Glasgow. Sue Mundy was the name pinned to Clarke by a pro-Union newspaper editor for the Louisville Daily Journal. As a Confederate guerrilla, Clarke was anti-Union and anti-Lincoln and terrorized many Kentuckians during the final years of the war.

Types. The concept of a 'people's war,' first described by Clausewitz in his classic treatise On War, was the closest example of a mass guerrilla movement in the 19th general during the American Civil War, this type of irregular warfare was conducted in the hinterland of the border states (Missouri, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, and northwestern Virginia / West Virginia).

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Some of the places we will visit: Frankfort, Fort Hill - Launched in the summer ofGen. John Hunt Morgan's last Kentucky raid ended in disastrous defeat. Sue Mundy opens inwhen fifteen-year-old Jerome Clark, called "Jarom," leaves everyone he loves -- his aunt, his adopted family, his sweetheart -- to follow his older cousin into the Confederate infantry.

— Marcellus Jerome Clarke (aka Sue Mundy, aka Marcus Clark), convicted of guerrilla activity, hanging, Kentucky. Executed Ma Enlisted in the Confederate Fourth Kentucky Infantry in at the age of seventeen, Clarke (or Clark) was a part of Morgan’s Raiders from.

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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Quantrill Raider George Maddox Photo Confederate Guerrilla Civil War at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many. Confederate Guerrilla Sue Mundy by Perry A. Brantley,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.5/5(1).Sue Mundy opens inwhen fifteen-year-old Jerome Clark, called "Jarom," leaves everyone he loves — his aunt, his adopted family, his sweetheart — to follow his older cousin into the Confederate infantry.(47) Unknown Kentucky Confederate guerrillas re-enact Marion and Mundy’s crossing of the Louisville and Frankfort railroad near Smithfield just to keep things thoroughly confusing.

(48) Rebuffed at Georgetown, Captain Bill Marion, Susan Mundy and their guerrillas turn southwest and with Georgetown to their backs they rode towards Midway.