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*JOHN HARRISON SURRATT, JR. ~ was accused of plotting with John Wilkes Booth to kidnap U.S. president Abraham Lincoln and suspected of involvement in the Abraham Lincoln assassination. Wikipedia Born: April 13, 1844, Washington, D.C. Died: April 21, 1916, Baltimore, MD Spouse: Mary Hunter (m. 1872–1916) Parents: John Harrison Surratt, Mary Surratt Children: Mary Victorine Scott Surratt Weller Siblings: Anna Surratt, Isaac Surratt

*JOHN HARRISON SURRATT, JR. ~ was accused of plotting with John Wilkes Booth to kidnap U.S. president Abraham Lincoln and suspected of involvement in the Abraham Lincoln assassination. Wikipedia Born: April 13, 1844, Washington, D.C. Died: April 21, 1916, Baltimore, MD Spouse: Mary Hunter (m. 1872–1916) Parents: John Harrison Surratt, Mary Surratt Children: Mary Victorine Scott Surratt Weller Siblings: Anna Surratt, Isaac Surratt

Close up detail of Alexander Gardner's photos of Herold and Atzerott being prepared for their execution for their part in Lincoln's assassination.

Close up detail of Alexander Gardner's photos of Herold and Atzerott being prepared for their execution for their part in Lincoln's assassination.

The 1913 Gettysburg reunion of 53,407 American Civil War veterans was for the Battle of Gettysburg’s 50th anniversary. President Woodrow Wilson’s July 4 reunion address summarized the spirit: “We have found one another again as brothers and comrades in arms, enemies no longer, generous friends rather, our battles long past, the quarrel forgotten—except that we shall not forget the splendid valour.”

The 1913 Gettysburg reunion of 53,407 American Civil War veterans was for the Battle of Gettysburg’s 50th anniversary. President Woodrow Wilson’s July 4 reunion address summarized the spirit: “We have found one another again as brothers and comrades in arms, enemies no longer, generous friends rather, our battles long past, the quarrel forgotten—except that we shall not forget the splendid valour.”

*THOMAS 'Tad' LINCOLN

*THOMAS 'Tad' LINCOLN

Elizabeth Van Lew, the earliest spy on this list, worked for the Union side during the American Civil War. Living in Richmond, Virginia, she was a widowed mother who vehemently opposed slavery.

Elizabeth Van Lew, the earliest spy on this list, worked for the Union side during the American Civil War. Living in Richmond, Virginia, she was a widowed mother who vehemently opposed slavery.

Three men of the Pinkerton Detective Agency, 1880. The man in the middle is William Pinkerton, son of Allan Pinkerton, one of the founders of the agency

Three men of the Pinkerton Detective Agency, 1880. The man in the middle is William Pinkerton, son of Allan Pinkerton, one of the founders of the agency

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