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Old 10-11-2018, 10:40 AM
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Don't forget Abner Doubleday.
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Thanks the all the information. Hope to see a few more "cards" etc.

Anything with Nicholas Young ?

Abner fired the first shot at Gettysburg but he had nothing to do with baseball.
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Doubleday Field is in Cooperstown. Maybe not an official baseball presence but certainly a historical one.
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I believe Dave Birdsall is another Civil War veteran. He is bottom left in this photograph.
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Doug Allison, middle of top row:
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It is too bad that Seymour Studley didn't have a card made. That name plus an OJ card would be a recipe for collectability.

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Awesome team cabinets guys. What a interesting thought. One that never popped up in my own head which is a bit surprising. Thank you for the list. I am looking forward to passing it off to my dad to figure out who served on which side. He lives for civil war history/research. I am hoping for one of them to be a local connection. Could be another Richmond player to get a image of

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Awesome team cabinets guys. What a interesting thought. One that never popped up in my own head which is a bit surprising. Thank you for the list. I am looking forward to passing it off to my dad to figure out who served on which side. He lives for civil war history/research. I am hoping for one of them to be a local connection. Could be another Richmond player to get a image of
Jason — the SABR document I provided a link to gives the details of where each of these guys served, to the extent that it’s known.
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So far we have 7 of the 30 named on a 19th Century "card" etc
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Here is a CdV of William Craver with the Troy Haymakers
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