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By Don Morfe, April 15, 2014
Battle of Mt. Sterling Marker
Kentucky (Montgomery County), Mount Sterling — 177 — Battle of Mt. Sterling
On March 22, 1863, about 300 Confederate cavalrymen under Col. R.S. Cluke captured this city. Taking 438 prisoners, 222 wagon loads of military stores, 500 mules and 1000 stand of arms. Confederate losses: 8 killed, 13 wounded. Union: 4 killed, 10 . . . — Map (db m73853) HM
Kentucky (Montgomery County), Mount Sterling — 1331 — Civil War Robbery / Bank Sues
Civil War Robbery In this building is the Farmers Bank vault, which was robbed of $60,000 as "Morgan's Raiders" were on their last raid through Kentucky. Late the night of June 8, 1864, several of Morgan's men went to the house of J. O. . . . — Map (db m83483) HM
Kentucky (Montgomery County), Mount Sterling — 628 — Battle-June 8, 1864
Early this day CSA forces under Gen. John H. Morgan on his tragic last raid attacked Union camp here under Capt. Edward Barlow. CSA took 380 prisoners and material. $59,000 taken from Farmers' Bank. Leaving a force here under Col. H. L. Giltner, . . . — Map (db m83487) HM

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