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Re: Quattlebaum Rifle
Posted by: Tana Joe Date: October 28, 1999 at 19:35:09
In Reply to: Re: Quattlebaum Flour by Nancy Sikes of 680

Sorry for the delay in answering your info. Thank you for the further info. Here is more inf on the Quattlebaum Rifle we have found. Hope you enjoy it & it helps.Sorry for the delay in responding.
Found this inf in the Quattlebaum Family History Book by "M.M. Quattlebaum & Amos Sales" What are thought to have been the first percussion-cap locks in South Carolina are introduced by General Quattlebaum & mounted by him on gun barrels of his own make, thus making obsolete the older flint& steel locks. The gun shop operated under lease during the Confederate War & the output went to the Army. (Two of these rifles are now in possession of his decendants. One is owned by Paul Quattlebaum III, a great-grand-son, & one by Furman E Brodie, a grand-son. The first percussion-cap lock was given him by the Chief of the Armory in Washington D.C., to whom he was introduced by President Jackson after a dinner at the White House).
Someone since has come back & advise us that there is a Quattlebaum rifle at the Confederate Museum in South Carolina. I'am still trying to find info on it thru them with no luck. When I get more info I will let you know. Tana

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