I spent some time reading a fictional book about John Brown and his family. I would like to eventually review that book here.....even if I never finish it. When I do that I would like to add a piece of information to the review that was sent to me by Jean Leeper in March 2014:
In about 1850, Brothers Barclay and Edwin Coppock came with their mother to Iowa, and were recorded in Salem Iowa Quaker Minutes. We do not know if they actually lived at Salem or just passed through on their way to Springdale, Iowa, where they met and joined John Brown and his raiders; Edwin was hung with John Brown in October 1859 at Harpers Ferry and Barclay joined the Civil War and was killed in action. (taken from: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jeanlee/CivilWar.html
Jean sent this to me while we were having a discussion about Quaker families during both the Revolution and the Civil War. I had shared with the Quaker mail list the information about the Warren County, Ohio group that served and did not carry weapons that I talked about on the Homecoming blog in September 2013. I just did not want to loose these thoughts.