the effects of C.G. Mitchell, the aged man killed by a
Burlington freight train at Lentner Monday of last week, was
found a record book, nothing similar to which had ever been
seen before in this section. Mr. Mitchell was a survivor of
Co. F, Parsonís brigade of Pindellís batallion of
sharpshooters of the Civil war and the book contained a
complete record of the members of his company. Only five
members of the batallion are now living in Monroe county.
They are W.F. Farrel, Neal Price, Neut Turner, John H.
Powers and Stephen Henry Scobee.Ē
Source: From the files of Neil Block, transcribed by Lisa
Perry; The Semi-Weekly News and Monroe County Star,
Monroe City, Missouri, Tuesday, December 13, 1921 (Page 1).