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Posted 2 years ago

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NicoleJere…
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Shown is a $100 Confederate note from February 17, 1864. This note is not particularly rare, but it is from the last month, day, and year that the Confederacy printed money. On the front is socialite Lucy Pickens (known as the "Queen of the Confederacy").

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  1. rlwindle rlwindle, 1 year ago
    Lucy Holcombe Pickens was raised in TN, and grew up in Marshall Texas. She is related to me from my mothers side of the family, Mom was a Holcombe.
  2. mrcolorz mrcolorz, 1 year ago
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  3. NicoleJerelen NicoleJerelen, 1 year ago
    @rlwindle- How neat to be a relative of hers! I love hearing about people's ancestry, being a family tree researcher (:
    @mrcolorz- Thanks! I'd be glad to (:

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