Faced with tough choices as the Civil War raged just outside his front door, Everett Baugh persevered...and he stayed. But why? Why, indeed.
Success isn't always measured in dollars and cents. Sometimes, it is measured in kindness and compassion.
Family members thought that Confederate soldier William H. Baugh was killed in action during the Civil War. If that was true, how did he write a letter to his brother almost fifty years later, and why was he collecting a Union pension at that time?