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Carrier Chrisman Robertson

Obituary of Samuel N. Carrier - Strasburg, Virginia.

Samuel N. Carrier, one of the most devoted members of Stover Camp, U. C. V., of Strasburg, Va., died on February 13, 1920, after a short illness, aged seventy-six years. He served all through the War between the States as a soldier of the Confederacy, enlisting with Company K, 33d Virginia Infantry.

Comrade Carrier was a native of Shenandoah County, Va., and his life had been spent in that county. He was loved and respected by all who knew him, and in his death his Camp has lost a faithful member, always ready to respond to any call of his comrades. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and active in all of its work.

Surviving him are his wife, who was Miss Minnie Chrisman, two sons, and four grandchildren.

[J. W. Robertson, First Lieutenant Commander Stover Camp, U. C. V.]

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, June, 1920.

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