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The Last Civil War Funeral: Burying the Third Crew of the Confederate Submarine Hunley

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Author: E. T. Malone, Jr.
Binding: Booklet
Pages: 24
Publication: 2022

Price: $7.00 (includes tax and shipping)

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E. T. (Ted) Malone, Jr., who covered the Hunley crew burial for the Episcopal News Service, is a retired Episcopal priest, illustrator, and local historian who lives in Warrenton, N. C. Also a correspondent for Anglican Communion News Service and the Episcopal Journal in New York, he worked for four North Carolina newspapers before entering the ministry. A U.S. Army veteran, he was an excavation crew member for the State Archaeologist in Western North Carolina, an editor for the N. C. Department of Archives and History, past president of the North Carolina Folklore Society, historian for the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina and chairman for 20 years of its Historical Properties Commission. He is the author of 8 books, including The Episcopal Church in North Carolina During the War Between the States and Dromgoole, Twice-Murdered, the story of the Gimghoul Castle legend of Chapel Hill. His murder mystery, Someone Has Killed the Bishop, is forthcoming in 2023. He is also the author and illustrator of Malone’s New Historical Map of Georgia. (See www.malonesmaps.com) An article about his map-making appeared in the Winter 2022 issue of Georgia Back Roads magazine. During 2021, he served as Worshipful Master of Scotland Neck Masonic Lodge 449. Born in Wilson, North Carolina, he holds degrees from Campbell University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His great-grandfather, Charles Daniel Malone, served in the 1st North Carolina Cavalry, composed of men from Franklin and Warren counties, during the War Between the States.

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