WHERE DUTY CALLED THEM by EDMUND RAUS

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THE STORY OF THE SAMUEL BABCOCK FAMILY OF HOMER, NEW YORK IN THE CIVIL WAR

Edmund Raus. Softbound, 48 pp. Published 2001 by Schroeder Publications.

A compelling story of three brothers who enlisted in the Federal service and never returned to their northern homes. Tragically, all three failed to survive. They included Willis Babcock, 64th NY, killed in the Wheatfield at Gettysburg; Lucius Babcock, 9th Minnesota, who died at Andersonville Prison; and Willoughby, 3 & 75th New York, who rose to the rank of Lt. Colonel, and suffered a mortal wound at the 3rd Battle of Winchester in 1864. The book includes photographs of all three brothers, as well as the sites associated with them and their familys. Also included are excerpts from Willoughby's letters.

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