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Captains METTS & MacRAE Lead Group

The Virginian-Pilot

Norfolk, Virginia

October 29, 1901

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This appears to be the same Captain Walter G. MacRAE who appears in the Ancestry database, U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles. If so, he was born January 27, 1841, and served with the 7th North Carolina Infantry. A more detailed biography may be found under his listing in this database.

A James Isaac METTS may be found in Ancestry's database, U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865. He mustered out of the 3rd North Carolina Infantry, Co. G, as a captain.

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