Private, Co.D, 3rd Btn Kentucky Cavalry
~ My Morgan's Raiders Ancestor ~

notes for Rice P. Scobee:

b. June 23, 1847, Clark County, Kentucky;
d. 1927, Clark County, Kentucky
parents: Robert Scobee & Lucy Ann Pendlton

The following is taken from Rice P. Scobee's CSA service record:
(**see copies below**)

The Confederate States of America Roll of Honor
in Confederate Museum, Richmond, Virginia.

name: R.P. Scobee
company: D
regiment: Third Kentucky Cavalry
command: Gen. John H. Morgan
age: Fifteen
enlisted: Sept. '62
wounds: one
in prison: Camp Douglas
honorably discharged: May 1865
present address: Winchester, Kentucky

further details:
I was wounded in the Battle of Cynthiana in June 1864, was taken prisoner and sent to Camp Douglas, remained there until Feb. 1865 and then sent in exchange to Richmond, Virginia. I went from there to my Command in West Virginia and surrendered at Mt. Sterling, Kentucky at the close of the war.

R.P. Scobee

Rice P. Scobee's handwritten CSA service record

Special thanks to cousin Susan Swinney for providing a copy of
Rice P. Scobee's Confederate service record.

The background is:
Perthshire District Tartan
this is where the Scobee's (Scobie/Scoby) originated from in Scotland.

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