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Only Living Confederate Twins, A. M. and Edward Currie.

A. M. and Edward Currie were born at Lumber Bridge, N. C., September 6, 1840, and both now live on the plantation where they were born.

Edward Currie enlisted in June, 1861, in Company F, 24th North Carolina, Ransom's Brigade, was wounded at Sharpsburg and surrendered at Appomattox. He has always been greatly interested in military affairs and was presented a gold-headed cane by the Lumber Bridge Light Infantry a few years ago. One of his twin sons is a Spanish War veteran.

A. M. Currie was first stationed at Fort Moultrie, Charleston, S. C., and was then transferred to Company D, 51st North Carolina. Clingman's Brigade, and won a name for fearlessness under fire, He takes great interests in the social and political interests of his town. He is unmarried.

Their commercial interests are mutual and their home life beautiful.

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, May, 1915.

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