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As I’m sure I’ve said before, since childhood I’ve been absolutely fascinated by the gigantic boulders of Devil’s Den. There’s just something powerful and awe-inspiring about this jumble of prehistoric rocks; the more time I can spend there, the better, though even just a glimpse fires the imagination. Here’s a close-up of some of the boulders near the curve in the road which leads past Triangular Field. Even if no battle had take place here, the sheer size and age of the boulders is enough to captivate any and all visitors.
PVT. JOHN L. GRIFFIN
Co. B, 26TH North Carolina Infantry
Born 1833 --- Died July 10/20, 1863 at age 30
Pvt. Griffin enlisted in June 1861. He was married to Martha, with a son George (1854) and two daughters, Mary (1857) and Aurena (1859). After his death at Gettysburg he was buried at Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia.
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